Lab.16 art contest is a call for submissions open to all kind of artists.
Works allowed in the art competition are: drawings, paintings, sculptures, photographs, graphics, mix media and video. A great opportunity for the artists, which can win a cash prize, have the chance to exhibit the artworks in October 2020 in Rome and much more.
5000,00€- collaboration award for a new Malamegi collection- artwork acquisition award- cash prize?- monographic book prize
The following types of works are admitted: Painting, Sculpture, Photography, Mixed media, Digital, Video, Graphics, Net art, other (all visual works that can be reproduced through a picture are allowed).
The contest is addressed to professional and amateur artists, graphic designers, painters, photographers, etc. from all over the world.
Extended deadline : 22 July 2020 You can find all the information about the contest on the official website: www.lab.malamegi.com Prize details:
ARTWORK ACQUISITION AWARD Malamegi Lab will acquire one among 12 final artworks. This artwork will become part of the Malamegi Lab’s private collection. The award has a maximum purchase value of € 2000,00.
COLLABORATION AGREEMENT Malamegi is raffling the creation of a new collection of works by the selection of one artist among the 12 finalists of the contest. The collaboration will enable the artist to develop an entire collection of his works that will be advertised and presented to all buyers of the commercial network.
CASH PRIZE At the end of the collective exhibition, to an artist among the 12 selected will be awarded a cash prize of € 1,000. The award will be given based on the quality and originality of the work on display. The winning work will remain property of the artist. The prize is a contribution to the development of art and artist's aesthetic research.
MONOGRAPHIC CATALOGUE A monographic book will be dedicated to one of the finalists. The monography will be curated by Malamegi Lab with the support of final exhibition's curators. The book will be edited, developed, printed and distributed at Malamegi Lab expenses. Apart the copies in distribution, another ones will be added for the artist's personal use. The monograph will be printed in about 100 copies, of which 20 will be left to the artist. The distribution of monographs will be curated by Malamegi on behalf of its best customers and collectors.