Within the publication, ‘sculpture’ refers to the widest range of styles and techniques. This includes: any artwork predominantly defined – but not limited by – its three-dimensionality made by carving, modelling, casting or constructing; or any artwork including installation, site-specificity, and which may also include some two-dimensional work, temporal/video-based work, sound-based and/or performance work.


DEADLINE: online submissions closed on Thursday, 30 November 2017. Successful artists have been selected and notified.


If your work is selected, confirmation will be sent to you via email by the end of February 2018. If your application has not been successful, we regret that we will not be able to write individually to each applicant. Please ensure that you supplied a correct email address since spam filters, inbox limitations and incorrectly supplied email addresses may mean we cannot ensure all successful applicants receive their confirmation emails. Alternately, a public shortlist will be posted on this site as well as the eventual finalists who are included in the publication.


Successful applicants will be included in the book 100 Sculptors of Tomorrow, they will receive one complimentary copy of the publication (valued at £30-40) and will automatically be considered for inclusion in the exhibition launch or launches with dates and locations TBA.


You warrant that your artwork is your original work and does not infringe the copyright or any other rights of any third party. If your application is successful, you agree to allow your artworks to be reproduced in all editions of the book 100 Sculptors of Tomorrow, including in digital form, and in any language in which it may be published throughout the world, as well as in any related publicity material. You also agree to provide any further information about your work as requested by the book’s editor, Kurt Beers, including though not limited to further images at the specified resolution, a full biography, an artist’s statement, or brief interview.


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