WHEN WAS THE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS?
The open call application process closed for entries on 30 November 2017.
WHEN WILL SUCCESSFUL ARTISTS BE NOTIFIED?
All artists who have been selected for inclusion in the publication have now been notified. If you have not heard from the 100 Sculptors of Tomorrow team then unfortunately your work has not been chosen.
WHAT WILL I GET IF MY WORK WAS CHOSEN?
Successful applicants will have their work featured in the Thames & Hudson book 100 Sculptors of Tomorrow, to be published in Spring 2019. They will also receive one complimentary copy of the publication (valued at £30-40) and will automatically be considered for inclusion in any exhibitions planned around the book and its launch.
CAN YOU TELL ME MORE ABOUT THE PUBLICATION?
For reference, please refer to 100 Painters of Tomorrow, authored by Kurt Beers and published by Thames & Hudson in 2014. Similarly, this book will feature texts giving essential biographical information on each artist and will be full-colour illustrated with approximately 300 pages.
WHO IS ON THE JURY AND WHAT IS THEIR ROLE?
Artists’ submissions will be judged by an international jury featuring some of the most prominent names in contemporary art. Please refer to the jury tab on this site to review.
WHAT DOES ‘INTERNATIONAL’ MEAN?
Selected artists do not live ‘internationally’ or in a major centre. International refers to ‘our job’ in locating artists from the largest cities, to the most obscure corners of the world, and everyone everywhere in between.
CAN I CONTACT THAMES & HUDSON, KURT BEERS, OR BEERS LONDON?
No. All queries must be sent through firstname.lastname@example.org