Imitate Modern is now accepting art submissions: Here’s everything you need to know
What a year it has been for us, and it’s only March! With an abundance of exciting changes coming up for our gallery (stay tuned…) We are proud to announce that we will now be considering art submissions from you. Imitate Modern prides itself in cultivating talent, discovering artists and trends that creates an atmosphere to produce innovative, impeccable and sometimes controversial works of art with a story. Next week,we will be travelling to New York with John Paul Fauves; accompanying his artwork is his incredible story and individuality, this is exactly what we are looking for.
We love to see our artists grow and develop into the powerhouses they are meant to be. Whether that means solo exhibitions, to pop up shows like Natasha Caruana’s 21st Century Love Affections last month, or simply championing their own accomplishments such as Tyler Shields triumph at Sotheby’s. We will always represent experimental and exciting artists that aim to stimulate, provoke and captivate globally. Our artists are not just coming with a canvas or photograph, they are coming with a story. If you think you’ve got what it takes – read on!
How do I submit my work?
1. Who are you…
Before anything, include a biography. Tell us about yourself, your story, inspiration, achievements, style – we want to get to know your personality. But keep this short, we want to see more than we read!
2. Social Media is a PLUS…
Include all of your active social media platforms links. The more visual, the better i.e Instagram, however platforms like Twitter might let us get to know you better, too.
3. Make it Official…
Having a professional online portfolio is advised. As advantageous as Instagram is; having an official website or portfolio is also ideal. This does not need to be elaborate, but it does need to be clear, and essentially include all of the information that we are requiring from you here.
Please include all of the information to email@example.com with the subject: ‘ARTIST SUBMISSION.’
We look forward to seeing your work.
By Stephany Winnie Malcolm