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REA International Art Fair: Open Call for Artists

Marta Wiktoria Bryll 31 March 2021 min Read

Are you an artist looking for a way to showcase your creations? REA! ARTE just published an open call for artists to take part in their 2nd edition of the REA International Art Fair.

Information about the Art Fair

The second edition of REA’s International Art Fair will take place September 3-6, 2021 at the Fabbrica del Vapore in Milan, Italy. The fair is dedicated to emerging artists and will focus a spotlight on 100 selected artists.

The exhibition has no thematic constraints. Instead, it has eight categories: Painting / Drawing, Photography, Video, Performance, Sculpture, Mixed Media, Digital Art, Street Art.

REA Art Fair open call
Open call poster for the REA Art Fair. Press materials.

The curatorial committee will then select the successful artists after all applications have been received. The names of the 100 artists who have been selected will be announced on June 1st, 2021. As a result, those artists will get the opportunity to participate in the REA International Art Fair, and to compete for the ReA Art Prize. In addition, the winners of the ReA Art Prize will participate in a 2022 group exhibition in Milan.

The selected artists and fair participants will also come into direct contact with art dealers and collectors. Their role is to help them with further sales on the art market.

How to Apply

In order to apply, head to the fair’s open call page. But note: the deadline for applications is 15th May 2021.

The curatorial committee will make the selection of the artists after the collection of all applications.

What is REA?

REA! ARTE is a non-profit association based in Milan, Italy managed by a group of female entrepreneurs in the art industry. by 10 confident women. REA!’s mission is to support emerging artists with representation, expertise and visibility.

Learn more about the enterpreneurs behind REA Arte in our interview with the group.

REA Art Fair open call
REA! Arte group photograph. Press materials.

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