Competitions RE Original Print Juried Exhibition
International Deadline: June 27, 2019 – The National Original Print Exhibition, established by the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers (RE), is an international open submission exhibition celebrating the best of contemporary printmaking.
As an art organisation run by artists, the RE is constantly working to create long-term opportunities for artists and promote printmaking to a wider audience.
- Artists from any country may enter provided they are willing and able to get their work to and from the designated drop off and collection venues
- Any forms of original printmaking are eligible. Reproduction prints are not accepted.
- All artwork must have been made in the past 3 years, dating from 12 March 2016
- There are no limitations on style or subject matter
- The work must have been made by the entrant
- All work must be for sale
- Artists must be 18 or over on Monday 11 March 2019
Works selected will be exhibited at Bankside Gallery, London UK from Wednesday 18 September – Sunday 29 September 2019. Bankside Gallery is situated next to Tate Modern, in the heart of London’s newest cultural quarter.
Numerous cash. publication awards.
Prizes will be awarded at the Private View of the exhibition on Tuesday 17 September 2019 (6 – 8pm), to which exhibiting artists and one guest each are most welcome.
The entry fee is £15 per picture (£8 for students on proof of ID).
Download complete Prospectus for details. Entries must be submitted digitally via the RE’s website. Entries from artists located outside the United Kingdom are very welcome.
These digital submissions are assessed by a panel of judges who can select up to a maximum of 3 artworks for any one artist.
All work must be for sale. Sales and payment will be handled by Bankside Gallery who charge a commission of 45% on picture sales.
Established in 1880, the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers (RE) is Britain’s longest established elected body of professional artists who make prints. The RE’s purpose is to promote and encourage the highest standards of creative and technical excellence in printmaking in all its diverse forms.
Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers
48 Hopton Street
London, United Kingdom