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Bruxelles Art Vue Prize is a unique contemporary art and photography competition, allowing you to gain widespread exposure, have your work published in the Art Vue albums and social media, and win cash prizes along the way. The guest judges are: Ophélie Fourrier and Anja Strelec.
It is an open theme competition. We accept:
- digital art
- 200€ cash prize*
- 3 free publications in one of our upcoming albums
- free e-catalog of the Art Vue Prize for top 30
- free on-line gallery for top 50 and social media features
- a certificate of participation for top 100
*the Art Vue Prize jury may increase the number of prizes based on applications quality
Requirements: please send over maximum of 3 photos, not bigger than 10Mb each. Please put a title of your work in a file name, if applicable.
The participation fee is 15€.
Apply before March 15th!
Ophelia (by her real name Ophélie Fourrier) is a French designer and multi-disciplinary artist.
Founder of The Studio AIA Design and its Fashion Label AIA Wear : A conscious and inclusive fashion and design studio.
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Originally from Lille (North of France), Ophelia started her artistic journey studying visual arts at the St Lucas Institute from Tournai (Belgium) from 2011 till 2013.
During the summer 2013, she specialized herself in fashion following Haute-Couture and fashion design formations and courses in the French and Belgian capitals.
In 2016, ambitious and entrepreneur, she founded and directed the multi-cultural ” Association M.A.P, Loi 1901″ in France, focusing on the promotion of arts, music, and culture.
In 2020, more than ever determined to pursue her career in fashion and design and somehow to engage in social and environmental issues, she created a whole new project :
The Studio AIA Design and its Fashion Label AIA Wear : A conscious and inclusive fashion and design studio.
Anja Strelec (born Varaždin, 1985) is a Croatian director, documentary film maker, TV journalist, photographer and audiovisual artist who lives and works in Brussels.
Anja is a director of several award-winning documentary films shown at international festivals and TV channels in different countries.
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Anja Strelec (born Varaždin, 1985) is a Croatian director, documentary film maker, TV journalist, photographer and audiovisual artist who lives and works in Brussels. In her work, she mostly concentrates on social topics, portraying both individual human stories as well as society as a whole. Her multidisciplinary approach, working with a diversity of visual formats – documentary film, video and street photography – enables multifaceted storytelling.
Anja is a director of several award-winning documentary films shown at international festivals and TV channels in different countries. She exhibited here work at solo and group exhibitions in Croatia, France, Slovenia, Germany, Greece and Belgium.
After graduating TV journalism at the Faculty of Political Science of Zagreb University, Anja obtained a Master ‘s degree both in audio-visual and film production as well as in audio-visual and film directing from French universities Paul Valery III in Montpellier and ESAV (Ecole supérieure d’audiovisuel) in Toulouse.
For the last ten years, besides working as a director and together with her artistic work, Anja has been holding documentary film and audiovisual workshops in Europe, Africa and Asia, most notably for the European Commission and international organisations.
Founder & CEO of the Art Vue Foundation, photographer and painter.
Read more about Aleksandra:
Originally Polish, lives and works in Brussels for over 20 years.
Aleksandra started her artistic career as a photographer, working with many top Belgian designers and models, and also building her street photography collection.
In time, she also turned to painting. Winning awards and having successful exhibitions motivates her to pursue this area of creative activity.
In the beginning of 2021, Aleksandra founded Bruxelles Art Vue, and successfully published 5 collective art albums. She has also curated two important Bruxelles Art Vue Expo’s.
In the beginning of 2022, Aleksandra transformed the existing organisation into the Art Vue Foundation, aiming at further growth to ultimately support and promote activities in the field of culture and contemporary art in Europe and beyond.
Don’t miss our open call for STREET LIFE 2022 album! You may still apply!