2011 Results - The Chelsea International Fine Art Competition
2011 Chelsea International Fine Art Competition Results
Agora Gallery is delighted to announce the 2011 Chelsea International Fine Art Competition
results. The competition is well-known for involving prominent art experts and curators
from world-renowned museums in the jurying process. As such, it represents an excellent
way for artists to keep their work in the minds of important figures in the art
world. "Entering competitions takes energy, courage and strong belief in oneself
and anyone who simply enters competitions is a winner,” says Agora Gallery Director
Angela Di Bello, who has vast experience of the art circuit. The competition was
juried by Ms. Elisabeth Sherman, curatorial assistant at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
Please note: Ms. Sherman is not affiliated with Agora Gallery in
any manner. Agora Gallery and its employees had no input or influence in the selection
2011 selected artists
Participation in a Collective Exhibition:
Goseong Choi, Juancho Arregui Lopez, Marisa Ollero, Lyn Ashby, Beth Kamhi, Andreas
Tschersich, Christian Weber, Vlad Antonov, Panagiota Bakouti, Len Bernstein, Olivia
Coffey, Alfredo De Matteis, Mark Hedengren, Yohei Kichiraku, Emma Topping, Chloe
Vallance, William Tarnowski, Carlo Piemonti, Jorge Rivas, Filip Matic, Judi Lederman,
Jessica Houston, Sarah Intemann, Mio Garcia, Romulo Goncalves, Petra Fohringer,
Matthew Condron, Matthew Allen, Ilse Bormann, Barbara Groot .
Annual Internet Exposure on ARTmine:
Nadia Garcia Porras, Cheng Halley, Yiyun Chu, Marcus Günther, Antonia Sanke, Masumi
Review in ARTisSpectrum Magazine:
Monetary prizes were awarded to the following artists:
$500 to Angie Zielinski, $300 to Trey Gossett and $200 to Carmen Celentano
While Agora Gallery is the sponsor and organizer of the competition, the 2011 competition
was juried by Ms. Sherman, curatorial assistant at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Ms. Sherman is not affiliated
with Agora Gallery in any manner. Agora Gallery and its employees had no input or
influence in the selection process.
the 2011 Signed Minutes of Decisions.
To view the results of the 2010 competition click here