The Boomer Art Prize

The Boomer Art Prize

The Boomer Art Prize

Third edition

third edition

You can submit now to the Boomer Art Prize third edition
You can submit now to the Boomer Art Prize third edition

Boomer Gallery is excited to announce the launch of the 5th Edition of our magazine, “Masters of Vision,” through The Boomer Art Prize under the distinguished leadership of Editor-in-Chief, Anthony Fawcett, one of the most revered figures in the art world.

This edition seeks to spotlight the rich tapestry of emerging talent that reflects bold creativity and visionary artistry. “Masters of Vision” is more than just a publication, it’s a celebration of artists from all walks of life. Our mission is to provide a vibrant platform for these artists to display their works, narrate their unique stories, and forge connections with a global audience.

By participating in this prestigious edition, artists will gain unparalleled exposure. Every submission will be thoughtfully reviewed by a panel of esteemed art world experts, including the legendary Anthony Fawcett, whose insights and experience add a profound depth to the judging process. This opportunity is not just about being featured in a renowned art magazine-it’s a chance to elevate your artistic career under the mentorship of a master and to engage with an expansive network that spans the globe.

Join us on this extraordinary journey to explore and honor the creative spirit of art.

Editor in chief

Anthony Fawcett, a legendary art critic who began his career at Vogue at eighteen, has significantly influenced the art world. He brought Man Ray to London in 1969, collaborated with John Lennon and Yoko Ono on the “Acorn Event” and “Bag One – The Erotic Lithographs,” and worked closely with Andy Warhol and Charles Saatchi. Anthony also created the Beck’s Art Sponsorship Programme and Beck’s Futures, the UK’s largest artists’ prize.

Throughout his career, he has worked with and interviewed numerous iconic artists, including Francis Bacon, Andy Warhol, David Hockney, Jean Michel Basquiat, Cindy Sherman, Robert Mapplethorpe, Julian Schnabel, Gilbert & George, Vivienne Westwood, Keith Haring, Brian Eno, and Tracey Emin.

As the founder of Anthony Fawcett Consultants, he represented clients in award-winning art sponsorship programmes, including the Montblanc Arts & Business Award from Prince Charles and the Haagen-Dazs sponsorship of Damien Hirst’s “Some Went Mad, Some Ran Away” show. His other notable collaborations include Texaco, B.P., and Hugo Boss.

He served as a Trustee of the Whitechapel Art Gallery, a board member of the Rambert Dance Company, and currently sits on the Whitechapel Art Gallery Development Board.

As Global Art Curator for Vertu, he launched the Vertu Global Art Commission with Richard Wilson’s “Hold The Line” at The Saatchi Gallery and the Shanghai Gallery of Art. He is now working with Adrian Glew at Tate Gallery on the “Anthony Fawcett Archive.”

Awards and benefits

  • Successful applicants will be featured in Boomer Magazine, available in printed format but also in a digital format available on our website.
    This exclusive edition will be featured in the esteemed “Anthony Fawcett Archive,” joining the ranks of iconic artists like Francis Bacon, David Hockney, Jean Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol, and many more from his 50-year illustrious career.
  • In addition to the global digital presence, the selected artists will be featured in the printed Boomer Magazine, which will be accessible for a full year in the heart of the world-renowned London arts scene. Our gallery is nestled amidst the architectural titans of London, including The Shard and the historic London Bridge. Positioned just a stone’s throw away from these iconic landmarks, the gallery offers artists the opportunity for their work to be immersed in the dynamic cultural energy that fuels this vibrant area.
  • Incomparable Exposure
  • Networking Opportunities
  • Editorial Feature
  • Global Recognition
  • Professional Endorsements
  • Artistic Development
  • Award Certificates
  • Social Media Promotion
  • Media Coverage
  • Increased Sales Potential
  • Long-term Display
  • Permanent Online And Printed Profile
  • Art Market Introduction
  • Professional Portfolio Review
  • Printed Feature
  • Every Artist is Valued: We deeply appreciate the effort and passion that each artist puts into their submissions. To acknowledge this, all applicants will receive a certificate of participation for the open call: “The Boomer Magazine,” regardless of the outcome. This certificate is our way of expressing gratitude for sharing your artistry with us.

A jury of experts composed of some of the top minds in contemporary art will debate, review, and score each application:

Anthony Fawcett: Esteemed art critic and historian known for his extensive collaborations with globally-renowned artists. His illustrious career boasts of interactions with icons such as Jean Michel Basquiat, John Lennon, Yoko Ono, and Andy Warhol, and his guidance in the “Anthony Fawcett Archive” project with the Tate Gallery.
Tabish Khan: An art critic specialising in London’s art scene, Tabish is the visual arts editor for Londonist. He regularly contributes to Culture Whisper and writes for FAD’s “What’s Wrong With Art?” series. Furthermore, his dedication to supporting artists is displayed in his trustee roles at ArtCan and City & Guilds London Art School.
Constantin Cosmin: An internationally acclaimed visual artist, curator and founder of Boomer Gallery. As an editor at Boomer Magazine and a featured artist on Artsy, Constantin offers a unique perspective to the panel, drawing from his extensive firsthand experience in the art world.

What is the selection process of the Boomer Art Prize?

All submissions will be reviewed individually, and from the total number of submissions, the jury will vote and select  50 artists to be published in the magazine.

General info

  • Artists of any country, age, and background can apply.
  • Each artist who applies for this competition will receive a certificate of participation via email.
  • Previous applicants are welcome to apply again.
  • Each of the selected artists will receive a digital copy.
  • Anyone can order the printed version via our website starting with September 18th 2024.
  • You can submit works that have been previously exhibited or published.
  • There are no thematic limitations.
  • There are no size limitations
  • You can apply with a minimum of 3 works and a maximum of 7.
  • Include one image of yourself in the studio or a portrait image of yourself.
  • If you are one of the winners, it is up to the Editor-in-Chief to select which of your images will be published.
  • Include one image of yourself in the studio or a portrait image of yourself.
  • Please note: Individual notifications for competition results will not be sent. Visit our website on 6th of September 2024 for the announcement of results.
  • If you wonder what one of our magazines looks like, please click HERE to see a previous edition. And HERE is an example of a printed copy from one of our previous editions.

Important dates

  • The open call will run from June the 6th, 2024, until August the 28nd, 2024.
  • The 50 winners will be announced on the 6th of September, 2024.
  • The magazine will be published on September 18th, 2024.

Entry fees for The Boomer Art Prize

For a nominal fee of only £39, you can submit three of your works to this grand opportunity. We understand the value of your artistic contribution, and we want to ensure that this opportunity is accessible to all passionate artists. Each additional work beyond the initial three carries a minimal cost of just £12. Rest assured that every penny from the submission fee goes towards supporting the administrative costs that make this grand event possible.

Submission info

Eligible media, but not limited to: paintings, sculptures, photography, installations, prints, textiles, illustrations, digital art, poems, AI-assisted art, etc.

Submission procedure

Artists are required to:

  • Complete the online form.
  • Submit up to 7 images in digital format (max. 5 MB file size).
  • Pay a non-refundable application fee.
  • How can I make a submission to The Boomer Art Prize?

Follow the instructions below.

Application form

Thank you for considering participation in our groundbreaking art event! Please fill out the form below, attach your artwork files, and click “Submit”. We can’t wait to experience your creativity.

Submission Guidelines:

  • Ensure all fields are filled in English using Latin letters.
  • Name your files as ‘Artist Name_Title of the Artwork’.
  • Upload files only in the following formats: .JPG, .JPEG, .PNG, .TIFF.
  • For optimal display, ensure the maximum dimension of your image (length or width) does not exceed 2000 pixels.
  • Each file must not exceed 5Mb.

Biography or Statement:

  • Maximum 160 words.
  • Must be in English.

Number of Artworks to Submit:

Number of Artworks to Submit:

Create an impression with your exceptional work. You can submit between 3 to 5 pieces. The first 3 artworks can be submitted for a fixed price of £39. Every additional piece beyond the initial three carries a minimal cost of just £12, fostering a broad representation of your artistic range.

If you are submitting video art files, please complete the form for each piece. For the first submission, upload an image representing your video. At the bottom of the form, kindly provide a link to your video or videos.

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Take Your Art to the Next Level

Take Your Art to the Next Level

This is more than a competition; it’s an opportunity to showcase your art on a global platform, to network with renowned artists and experts in the field, and to give your creative career a significant boost. Thank you for stepping forward to share your unique artistic voice. We eagerly anticipate seeing your work.

For any inquiries kindly contact us at [email protected]

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