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2020 BEAUTIFUL BIZARRE ART PRIZE / ART / ART PRIZE

Beautiful Bizarre Art Prize: 2020 Jury Panel Announced

We are proud to announce the 2020 Beautiful Bizarre Art Prize Jury Panel comprising influential figures in the art world, including corporate arts champions Joshua Zika, Founder of INPRNT, Ofer Alon, Founder of Pixologic, and Aaron Baker, Licensing Manager of iCanvas; individual arts philanthropist, Yasha Young, Founder of Yasha Young Projects, Co-Founders of Beautiful Bizarre Magazine Danijela Krha Purssey & Richard Purssey; Gallery Directors Kim Larson & Bradley Platz of Modern Eden Gallery, Rachel Parsons, Gallery Director of public museum gallery, New England Regional Art Museum, and four high profile contemporary artists Hannah Yata [Traditional Art Category Judge], Rafael Grassetti [Digital Art Category Judge], Kate MacDowell [Sculpture Category Judge], Ellen Rogers [Photography Category Judge].

Read more about each of our esteemed Jurors on the Jury Panel page.

Grand Prize Winner receives US$10,000 + prizes!

The 2020 Jury Panel together provides a broad and in-depth expertise across all Beautiful Bizarre Art Prize Award Categories.

2020 Beautiful Bizarre Art Prize Award Categories

Enter the Beautiful Bizarre Art Prize

What is the Beautiful Bizarre Art Prize?

The Beautiful Bizarre Art Prize is an annual international art prize that celebrates diversity and excellence in the representational visual arts, in all static mediums including Traditional Art media, Digital Art media, and Photographic media; and all styles from realism and hyperrealism, to pop surrealism and lowbrow. The Prize seeks to inspire creatives from around the world to pursue a life and career in the arts, and to help careers grow through financial support of their practice and increased exposure of their work to galleries, collectors and media globally.

Over US$35,000 in cash & prizes to be won!

The Beautiful Bizarre Magazine Art Prize is a non-acquisitive art prize which provides an amazing opportunity for traditional and digital 2D + 3D artists and photographers to:

Check out the full list of Prizes

Thank you to the artists who have already entered! We will begin sharing some of the great entries received in 2020, along with some noteworthy entries from the 2019 Beautiful Bizarre Art Prize with our 980,000+ social media followers across all our socials platforms shortly. Stay tuned.

Lastly, the March issue of Beautiful Bizarre Magazine hits the stands in 2 weeks – pick up a copy to read all about the Winner of the 2019 Beautiful Bizarre Art Prize, Annie Murphy-Robinson and the 2019 Beautiful Bizarre Art Prize, Sculpture Award 1st Prize winner Akishi Ueda and their practice, along with 40 other incredible and inspiring creatives from across the globe.

Ceramic sculpture by Kate MacDowell

If you have any questions about the Beautiful Bizarre Art Prize, check out the Frequently Asked Questions, or contact us at artprize@beautifulbizarre.net.

Entries Open: 1 February 2020

Entries Close: Midnight 17 July 2020 [Sydney Australia Time]

The Beautiful Bizarre Art Prize is administered by Beautiful Bizarre Magazine.

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About Author

Danijela Krha Purssey is an entrepreneur, and the Editor-in-Chief and Co-Founder of Australian based international contemporary art magazine, Beautiful Bizarre Magazine. She is deeply passionate and committed to her vision to help shift the paradigm in the global contemporary arts industry regarding what is defined and accepted as contemporary art.

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