For the third time Contemporary Lynx and Allegro are organizing an international competition for visual artists of all disciplines. This year’s prize is PLN 80,000 + numerous awards, including publications of distinguished portfolios in the Lynx magazine. According to the Regulations, there is no competition fee.
Please visit the website for further details: https://contemporarylynx.co.uk/allegro-prize
You are invited to join the group on FB entirely devoted to the competition where only interesting content for artists is published:
The applications can be submitted until September 27, 2022!
Allegro Prize 2022, the next edition of the international competition for visual artists, is about to start! The aim of the competition is to support and promote visual artists from around the world. In this year’s edition, the total prize is PLN 80,000. In addition to 3 winners selected by an international jury related to the world of art, an additional Audience Award will also be presented.
More than 3,000 artists from around the world took part in previous editions. Last year, applications from over 90 countries were received, and on the podium there were artists from India, Afghanistan and Poland, who raised important social issues in their works. The Allegro Prize is also a kind of platform where art lovers, curators, collectors and gallery owners from all over the world can learn about new talents, distinguished by a well-known jury. In this year’s edition, applications will be judged by: Joanna Kamm (director of Liste Art Fair Basel), Ksenia Malykh (head of the PinchukArtCentre Research Platform), Slavs and Tatars (a world-famous artistic collective), Anja Rubik (supermodel, philanthropist and founder of the Sexed.pl foundation) ), Dorian Batycka (art curator and writer), and the organizers – Dobromiła Błaszczyk & Sylwia Krasoń (art historians, editor-in-chief of Contemporary Lynx magazine) and Karolina Miszczak (owner of the Collections and Art category at Allegro). Allegro Prize is open to all artists. Everyone, regardless of age or discipline, is encouraged to participate, including those who have not completed their studies in art. We know that substantive support is an important element that allows artists to reach a wide audience. Therefore, apart from financial prizes, other awards will also be given, i.e. the publication of works in the Contemporary Lynx magazine and promotion on social media channels.
This year, the jury will award 3 financial prizes worth PLN 25,000 each, as well as 10 distinctions. In addition, the winners will have the opportunity to present their work in Contemporary Lynx in a special article devoted to their work. This year’s edition was also extended with the Audience Award worth 5,000 PLN. After the shortlist is announced on November 16, everyone will be able to vote for their favorite from among 30 names selected by the jury.
Artists can take part in the Allegro Prize competition by submitting their portfolio at
https://allegroprize.pl/ and www.contemporarylynx.co.uk/allegroprize
till September 27, 2022.
Announcement of the list of 30 artists qualified for the finals: November 16, 2022.
Announcement of the winners: December 6, 2022
Allegro, Contemporary Lynx Foundation
Society of Friends of the Museum of Modern Art,
Society for the Encouragement of Fine Arts,
Academy of Fine Arts. Jan Matejko in Krakow,
Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw,
Academy of Fine Arts. Eugeniusz Geppert in Wrocław,
University of Arts. Magdalena Abakanowicz in Poznań,
Vilnius Academy of Arts,
Academy of Art in Szczecin,
School of Form.
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