The Chelsea International Fine Art Competition
Agora Gallery proudly sponsors the annual Chelsea International Fine Art Competition,
a renowned art contest that is juried by prominent museum curators and art experts.
It is a great opportunity for the juror-selected artists to gain exposure by exhibiting
their work in the famed Chelsea Art Gallery District as well as be part of online
and print promotions.
The Chelsea International Fine Art Competition is open to visual artists from anywhere
in the world and at all stages in their career. In previous years the juror has
selected artists working in painting, sculpture, photography, drawing, mixed media
Entry to The 28th International Fine Art Competition will begin February 12, 2013.
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Our fine art contests are juried by influential voices in the New York art world.
The 2013 competition will be juried by Mr. Anthony Haden-Guest, a British writer,
reporter, cartoonist, art critic and occasional performer, who lives in New York
The awards that will be distributed to juror-selected artists. They include participation
in the renowned Chelsea International Fine Art Competition Exhibition in the heart
of Chelsea, New York, an artist profile, cash prizes and exclusive internet promotion.
These awards, valued at a total of $55,000, are specifically chosen to help artist’s
advance their careers and to maximize exposure to collectors and the New York art
scene. There is a $35 entry fee for up to 5 images; $5 for each additional image.
Art to Heart: Supporting the Children's Heart Foundation
Congenital heart defects are the foremost birth defect in the United States, making
research into diagnosing, treating and preventing them of vital importance. In addition,
families with children affected need information and emotional support as they learn
to deal with this difficult reality and its ramifications. Agora Gallery is proud
to support the Children’s Heart Foundation, which contributes to both of these crucial
areas. As part of our commitment to helping art make the world a better place, Agora
Gallery donates 15% of its proceeds from the sale of artwork from the art competition
exhibition to the CHF.