Deadline: Feb. 9, 2015 – G25N’s First Semi-Annual (no theme) Group Exhibit Announces a call to artists/photographers for a “Semi-Annual Open Group Exhibit” at G25N’s online gallery that will consist of ten artists/photographers’ work.  Submission deadline: 02/09/15 (Midnight EST).

Artists/Photographers are invited to submit work from now through February 9, 2015. There is no limit on the number of entries; the curator and judges will choose 2 to 5 images from each of the ten selected artists/photographers that will be in the group exhibit.

Theme and Selection: There is “no theme” for this exhibition it is open to all subject matter. The curator and judges will select work based on the uniqueness of the vision conveyed, the quality of execution and how clearly the artist’s individual technique/style is presented in each work. Entries must be two-dimensional artwork created in any medium such as painting, drawing, digital, collage, photography, etc. The work can be expressed from realism to abstraction.

About: Gallery 25N was established in 2002 and has partnered with in a joint mission to provide emerging and established artists with exposure through extensive marketing of their work and accomplishments. These competitions and gallery exhibits help support the free “”, without any advertisers.

Exhibit: Opens February 26, 2015 at G25N’s online gallery. This is a Group Exhibit consisting of ten Artists/Photographers selected from the entries with the curator’s selection of 2 to 5 images from each artist. The exhibit will be featured on G25N’s website for 6 months

Awards: & will co-market the ten artists and their artwork in the exhibition worldwide in the following ways.

•    Invitations: Electronic invitations for the online exhibit’s opening will be sent to the combined clientele lists of and These lists exceed 12,000 recipients.

•    Press Release: Extensive press release announcements will be sent out for the opening. The press releases will provide an international buzz about the exhibit and the artists’ work.

•    Event Listings & Calendars:  The group exhibit will also be promoted in numerous online event listings. These event listings not only provide timely promotions of the exhibit they also provide ongoing social media marketing.

•    Social Media Marketing: The exhibition, artists and their artworks will be marketed through, Artist Website Pro and Gallery 25N’s social media-marketing network via LinkedIn, Pintrist, Tweeter, GooglePlus, Facebook, etc.

•    Art Market Newsletter: The Artists and the exhibition will be featured in Artist Website Pro’s “Art Market News” with over 16,000 subscribers in the art market place worldwide. Subscribers consist of art buyers, fine art galleries, corporate art buyers, exhibit curators, fine art agents, architects, property developers, interior designers and art lovers.

•    Online Presence: The exhibit will remain live and featured on G25N’s online gallery for 6 months, with back links to the artists’ websites.

•    Video Marketing: A video will be created of the artists work in the exhibit and published on Gallery 25N’s website, YouTube Channel and Social Media outlets.

Entry Fee and Submissions
Entry Fee: $35 for 4 entries and $10 for each additional entry.  There is no limit on the number of additional entries that can be submitted for the curators’ consideration.

Payments: All credit and debit cards are accepted through PayPal.


Prospectus Link:

Art Call: G25N’s First Semi-Annual (no theme) Group Exhibit

Call for Artists : International Contemporary Artists Exhibition Paris 2013

EWNS Art Project calls for entries to its 2nd Annual International Contemporary Artists Exhibition in Paris.  Artists wishing to submit their work for consideration for the ICAE 2013 please read and follow the guidelines below:

• Exhibit Dates:  Fall/Winter 2013   – TBD
• Location:  Gallery / Art Space,  Paris  + Online showcase
• Theme :   Artist’s choice/ All subject matter will be considered
Deadline for Submission:  December 21,  2012

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►Open to all artists from around the world, 18 yrs of age and older.
►Eligible media : Painting, drawing, photography, digital art, sculpture, ceramics, glass, textiles, mixed-media.
►Media not accepted : Giclee prints, video/film and live performance pieces.
►All work must be original, and executed by the artist (preferably made in last two years) No reproductions accepted.
►Digital art must be original artwork that is created exclusively on a computer, and must be signed. Original, limited edition prints of digital art will be permitted, and must be signed and numbered as part of an edition.
►Photographs must be signed and numbered and must be the artist’s original image. Artists are encouraged to identify clearly whether a photographic print is produced digitally or through a traditional photographic process (silver print, Polaroid, dye-transfer, etc.).
►All work must not have been used for any commercial purposes.
►All work must be for sale with price indicated.(keep in mind that EWNS Art Project receives 30 per cent commission of works sold).
►A coherent set of artworks, executed in a contemporary way.
►Resident artists & artists who previously submitted artwork must resubmit.
►Artists must submit a minimum of 3 images per medium that best represents their work and pay a non-refundable entry fee of 30 euros minimum (via PayPal)
►Each artist can participate in multiple categories, with a maximum of 10 pieces/category (to be submitted separately).
►Dimensions & weight: Maximum size limitations 40″ in or 100cm in any direction, Maximum weight limitations 110lbs / 50 kg).
►EWNS will not accept items for hanging using saw-tooth hooks or inadequate wiring. All framed works must be properly wired for display.
►Publishers, galleries, agents, and collectors may not submit artwork on behalf of artists.
►Entries must be submitted via email.

Prospectus :

‘Abstract is Real’ International group exhibition ***Deadline Extended***


EWNS Art Project is currently accepting submissions for its upcoming online exhibition: Abstract is Real. Eligibility: Open to artists 18 years of age or older from around the world who submit artwork in the following media: painting, drawing, photography, digital, … Continue reading