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ART TAKES PARIS

Calls | July 31, 2013 |

ART TAKES PARIS

Artists, Paris is Calling You.
This November, exhibit your work in an internationally publicized solo show at Galerie 66 in the heart of Paris.

You’re invited to submit your best work to Art Takes Paris for a chance at $10,000 and your own exhibition, and an international publicity campaign promoting your work to over half a million people.

Click here to participate: http://www.arttakesparis.com/?f=atp13_il2

From November 6 – 13, 2013 the Grand Prize artist and his/her work will be presented in Galerie 66. Paris’ 7th arrondissement is the most prestigious area of the city for emerging contemporary art and home to over 150 local galleries and museums, trafficked by thousands of art goers a day. Learn More >>

more. http://www.arttakesparis.com/?f=atp13_il2

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