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FreshPaintMagazine in London!

FreshPaintMagazine would like to announce the launch of a new edition, which will be published and distributed in the US and UK, starting October 2015. Featured artists will be offered a great opportunity to become recognized on an international level.

We are pleased to announce an open call for the new international edition, celebrating the art scene in the US and UK. Both emerging and established artists and writers are welcome to apply with works in any medium, with a focus on or reference to painting or writing.

The October 2015 issue will be distributed in London, New York and Philadelphia in select galleries and art centers. Published artists will be promoted through our international digital and print distribution, as well as by extensive exposure through social media.

DEADLINE: August 31, 2015

HOW TO APPLY: Please submit via the entry forms.


FreshPaintMagazine is pleased to announce an open call for the online Blog.

Published artists and writers will be promoted through our website, as well as by extensive exposure through social media.

Galleries and museums: we welcome announcements and reviews of your current and upcoming exhibitions. Please send installation views and existing photos of the artist’s work as well as relevant information to be featured on our website.

HOW TO APPLY: Please submit via the entry forms.

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Call for Artists

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Call for Writers

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