Exeter Contemporary Open 2019

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Deadline Monday 17 June 2019

Fee £15/£20

We are now inviting submissions from UK artists for the 2019 Exeter Contemporary Open.

Application deadline: Monday 17 June

The exhibition will run from 20 September – 10 November 2019 and is open to contemporary visual artists working in any media including; painting, sculpture, photography, print, drawing, video, mixed and digital media. Artists should make submissions that reflect their current practice and the selection panel will particularly be looking for work that addresses current themes and concerns in contemporary practice.

This year’s panel will include critic and curator Sacha Craddock and artist and 2006 Turner Prize nominee Mark Titchner as well as Phoenix Gallery Curator Matt Burrows.

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