Sunday, January 25, 2009 Competition: London Calling at Scream London

myartspace is sponsoring a competition juried by a world class panel from The Tate Modern, The Hayward Gallery, and the Barbican Gallery all in London. Fifty finalists will be selected and three winners will have their work represented at the Scream London in June 2009. Located in the heart of the West London art district, Scream is just a moment away from Sotheby's, Cork St and the Royal Academy, and rubs shoulders with some of London's most established art galleries in the traditional hub of the capital's art market.

Scream is run by Tyrone Wood as curator. Scream is focused on contemporary art. The Scream Team has quickly developed a reputation as being an innovative gallery. Scream has exhibited works by Robert Indiana, Matty Small, Ingrid Baars, Rene Ricard, David Montgomery, among other artists. Notable guests and patrons have included Tracey Emin, Claire Danes, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Beverly Knight, Meg Mathews, and Ronnie Wood of The Rolling Stones. is a social networking site for the art world.

Competition Snapshot:
-Deadline for registration and submission is May 15, 2009.

-Competition is open to myartspace members. Membership is free.

-The early registration fee is $25. After March 31, 2009 the registration fee will be raised to $50. Register early and save.

-Up to 20 images in a myartspace gallery can be submitted.

-Jury panel includes Vanessa DesClaux from the Tate Modern, Tom Morton from the Hayward Gallery and Francesco Manacorda from the Barbican Gallery

-Fifty finalists will be selected and announced by the jury panel.

-Three winners will have their art represented at Scream Gallery London, in June 2009. Winners to be announced on May 31, 2009.
On you can network and connect with artists, art collectors, art dealers, and other individuals who are focused on the visual arts.

myartspace, the premier online venue for the contemporary art world, is sponsoring a Juried competition. We want to represent three contemporary artists at a venue in London, England during June 2009. The competition, like others from myartspace, will have world-class jurors reviewing the work of the submissions. Fifty finalists will be selected and three winners will have their work represented at the show.

Info about is a social art site for the art world. With over 50,000 members, and more than two years of history, myartspace has been a key force in the art industry at availing opportunity for its rapidly growing community. Membership to is free, and members can upload an unlimited amount of art work, music, video and audio narration. Myartspace galleries can be embedded on other websites-- one goal of the site is to provide tools that artists can utilize in order to promote themselves online. Members can also utilize the New York Art Exchange (NYAXE) --, an eCommerce platform for buying and selling art online. New features are regularly implemented as the community continues to grow at an alarming rate.
The New York Art Exchange connects art buyers to art sellers. provides art competitions involving jurors from the Tate Modern, Whitney Museum of American Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and other prestigious institutions. The site also provides a free to enter art scholarship competition that is open to undergraduate and graduate art students throughout the world. The 2008 myartspace scholarship competition involved $16,000 in cash prizes. $8,000 was split between three undergraduate winners and another $8,000 was split between three graduate winners.
*2008 Undergraduate and Graduate myartspace Art Scholarship Winners:
*Past winners of art competitions: is home to one of the largest collections of online interviews with artists, art critics, gallerists, and other art world professionals-- with over 500 interviews with artists such as Michael Craig-Martin, James Rosenquist, Sylvia Sleigh, Sarah Maple, Christian Schumann, Julian Stanczak, Aidan Hughes, Thornton Willis, Mark Ryden, Susan Crile, Wafaa Bilal and many others.
*Myartspace Blog
*Interview Archive

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