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London International Creative Competition

June 9, 2007
by Canadian Architect

LICC invites passionate artists to submit their innovative artwork for inclusion in the LICC 2007 competition. The artworks are juried by a board of internationally esteemed artists, writers, curators, gallery owners and other luminaries of the arts.

Chosen entries will be exhibited in London and published in the annual LICC book, which is distributed throughout the international arts community.

This year’s categories include:

Advertising, Architectural Design , Audio/Music, Environmental Design, Fashion, Graphic Design, Illustration, Installation, Interior Design, NetArt , Painting, Performance , Photography, Sculpture, Textile, Video and Film, Web Design, Writing, Other.

The LICC jury includes: Alfonso Artiaco, Alfonso Artiaco, Naples; Saffet Bekiroglu, Zaha Hadid Architects, London; Pepe Cobo, Galeria Pepe Cobo, Madrid; Tracey Emin, Artist, London; Marcia Fortes, Director, Galeria Fortes Vilaca, So Paulo; Xavier Hufkens, Xavier Hufkens, Brussels; Sarah Kent, Art Editor of Time Out, London; Vera Monro, Galerie Vera Monro, Hamburg; Knut Ormhaug, Senior Curator, Bergen Kunstmuseum, Bergen; Stathis Panagoulis and George Vamvakidis, Directors, The Breeder, Athens; Barbara Polla, Owner and Director of Analix Forever Galerie, Geneva; Rebecca McClelland, Deputy Picture Editor, Sunday Times Magazine, London; Esther Schipper, Owner and Director, Esther Schipper, Berlin; Manon Slome, Chief Curator of The Chelsea Art Museum, New York; and Lisa Wells, Director of Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles.

The deadline is August 15, 2007. The entry fee is 15, and 10 for students. An early entry discount applies for entries submitted prior to June 15, 2007.

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