|This is our second International Erotic Art Competition. The prize will be £300 ($450 / EUR 350)|
Dates: August 8th-September 30th 2014
1. Preliminary selection on line after close.
2. Successful applicants will be notified by e-mail or telephone, mid to late October 2014.
3. Final outcome: one winner, one runner up and three judges favourite’s.
All winning artists will benefit from reviews written about their work by the judges. The winners where possible will be encouraged to meet the organisers. The overall winner will receive a cheque payment of £300. Nationality and location will not affect the selection of winning works.
4.The judge’s decision is strict and final.
Last year's competition
- If you are not a member, sign-up.
- Upload between one and five photos of your artwork in JPEG, GIF or PNG format. Try to keep the width 1024 pixels or less.
- Select an artwork previously uploaded onto this site of any medium and your close ups will be included.
- Write a short description about your work, the materials used, the dimensions and why you did it in 300 words or less in the description box.
- The cost per artwork is £15.00.
- The prize is £300.00.
- The competition will open after 2014-Aug-01 08:00
- The judging will start after 2014-Oct-31 08:00
- The judging will finish after 2014-Sep-30 08:00
- To enter Click Here
For some twenty years Dr. Josie Pearse has been both living up to and playing down her persona as Angel Strand, Black Lace writer. Black Lace was the first erotic imprint written by women for women. Angel's writing was transgressive for it's time. Her heroines were adventurous in and out of the bedroom, both feminist and self-sabotaging; her eroticism part of life, part of relationship. The women who wrote for Black Lace were accused by the Daily Mail of perverting British womanhood and yet Undressing The Devil, Josie's novel set in Cowes, was number three in The Sun's top ten beach reads the same year.|
Outside being Angel, Josie is an autoethnographer, and regularly speaks on aspects of her life as an orphan. She wrote her PhD at Cardiff, entitled Writing and Not Writing on the Cusp of Life and Fiction. She lives in London.
Alexandra has worked at a number of major London galleries including White Cube and Marlborough Fine Art.
She combines her experience in top-class galleries with work for an arts consultant and freelance art advisory work for various property developers in London.
She has a BA degree from the University of Bristol, a Masters degree from University College, London and a GDL Law degree from BPP, London.
Alexandra Warder founded the contemporary art platform, Bosse & Baum, in 2013, with Lana Bount
Lana graduated with a BA History of Art before completing an MA in Curating the Art Museum at the Courtauld Institute of Art, London.
She has worked at several blue-chip galleries in London and organisations like Contemporary Art Society. She is currently working part-time as Research Curator at Calvert 22, UK’s only non-profit organisation dedicated to supporting the cultural production of Russia and Eastern Europe.
Lana Bountakidou founded the contemporary art platform, Bosse & Baum, in 2013, with Alexandra Warder. They curate site-specific exhibitions and public art projects across a range of unusual spaces in London, supporting emergent practitioners of art.
For more information about Bosse & Baum and upcoming exhibitions please visit Bosse and Baum