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 exhibition participation along the way. The guest judges of the Spring 2022 edition are: singer and designer Brigitte Stolk, and communication guru and culture promoter Boro Milovic.
It is an open theme competition. We accept:
- digital art
- Top 5 works will be exhibited for 2 weeks in Brussels at G3 art contemporain gallery 2nd – 15th of July 2022*
- 3 free publications in one of our upcoming albums
- free e-catalog of the Art Vue Prize for top 30
- social media features
- a certificate of participation for top 100
Note: the Art Vue Prize jury may increase the number of prizes based on applications quality.
*winners will need to deliver and collect their work from the gallery, or arrange the shipment
Requirements: for this open call 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 May the 8th!
Brigitte Stolk is a Belgium-based singer and fashion designer. A multi-faceted artist, who’s been compared to Aalyiah, Tamia, and Janet Jackson. She’s been described in a
French national newspaper as “the feline who turned into music” (Patricia MailleCaire).
Read more about Brigitte
Brigitte Stolk has always been a dreamer ever since she was a child, and she realized at an early age that music would play an important part in her life. Spending her spare time writing songs, composing melodies, and singing either at home or at school.
She was born in Burundi, but the family moved to the Netherlands. There she studied languages but it was becoming obvious that she couldn’t stay away from the music scene. Once she got her Diploma in translation (ISTI, Brussels), she immersed herself in the music world and decided to study Jazz music (which she did at the jazz studio of Antwerp). She has been in a number of gospel choirs, was the female vocalist for Hip Hop bands in Belgium, The Netherlands, and France, and performed as a solo artist in the country’s trendiest clubs, festivals, radio, and television shows. In 2002, her first single “I’m sorry” was released, under the moniker “SWEET B”. She followed this with a full-length album release “Solid’air (2004), and singles “Cum 2 mee” (2006) and “IT’S XMAS” (2008). In 2009, “Cum 2 mee” was chosen as the original soundtrack by French film producer Alain Zirah for his series “The Kat Ladies”.
Her music has been promoted and heard on radios in Europe and the US and Canada. Brigitte Stolk is now signed to one of the world’s leading independent record labels, Blue Pie Records, where she will distribute her music to the world.
Boro Milovic is a Brussels-based communication strategist. Originally from Montenegro, he has been living in Belgium for the past 15 years. He is the founder and editor-in-chief of WeLoveBrussels – one of the most prominent inspiration platforms in the EU capital. He works on numerous projects collaborating with diverse local & European institutions and associations.
Read more about Boro:
Back in 2005 he founded Montenegrina – the biggest culture & arts portal in Montenegro.
His interests revolve around digital media, creativity, innovation and cultural diplomacy. Throughout the years, Boro curated works of numerous photographers and artists giving them a platform to reach a wider audience. He has been a speaker on topics of innovative digital communication, inspiring change through creativity, community engagement and place branding.
Aleksandra Rowicka, the 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 6 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.
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