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Calling All Artists + Designers, You’re Invited…

Calls | September 12, 2012 |

Where will YOU be when the heavy hitters of the art world are in Miami this December?

SCOPE Art Show, Artists Wanted and See // Exhibition invite you to join the 3rd annual Art Takes Miami 2012, an international search for creative talent, skill and vision that will present one visionary in an exclusive, featured booth at SCOPE Art Show during the hottest art event of the year.

Miami is Calling You. Submit Your Best Work Today: http://www.see.me/arttakesmiami/?f=atm2012_il1

More artists will be exhibited than ever before through the 1,001 Artists Project which will present select participants in a special display at SCOPE Miami 2012.

The Grand Prize Selected Artist Will Receive:

+ $10,000 Cash: Includes a $5,000 production allowance for SCOPE Miami and a $5,000 cash grant
+ Presentation in an Exclusive Booth at SCOPE Miami 2012: You and your work will be presented alongside the top players in the art world, showcasing your talent to galleries, buyers, critics and curators from all over the globe
+ A Luxurious Miami Getaway: Accommodations at the luxurious Delano Hotel in the center of the action on South Beach during Art Basel
+ International Exposure: Press and publicity to hundreds of thousands of viewers promoting your exhibition at SCOPE Art Show

Plus, special prizes for:
The People’s Choice and Category Awards, along with special features, inclusion in the 1,001 Artists Project, and Art Takes Miami Limited Edition Catalog.

Learn More: http://www.see.me/arttakesmiami/awards.php?f=atm2012_il1

Meet the Jurors:

+ Alexis Hubshman: Founder of SCOPE Art Fair
+ Mollie White: SCOPE Show Director
+ Daria Brit Shapiro: SCOPE Public Relations Director
+ Eva Frosch: Curator and Co-Founder, Frosch & Portmann Gallery
+ Max Bergius: Editor and Founder, Art Wednesday & AWE Magazine
+ Heather Dell: Director, Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery
+ Karen Newman: Curator, Open Eye Gallery
+ Sara Friedlander: Contemporary Art Specialist, Christie’s

With over 45 art fairs spanning more than a decade, SCOPE has solidified its position as the premier showcase for international emerging contemporary art. Renowned for presenting the most innovative galleries, artists and curators, SCOPE Art Shows in Miami, Basel, New York, London and the Hamptons have garnered extensive critical acclaim, with sales of over $200 million and attendance of over 425,000 visitors.

Want a piece of it? Register today: http://www.see.me/arttakesmiami/?f=atm2012_il1

Presented by SCOPE Art Show, Artists Wanted + See // Exhibition

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