Images should be high resolution jpegs (300 dpi recommended) and no more than 1MB in size.
Images of two-dimensional work should exclude the frame.
For film/video/performance works please include a link to view or download your entry, rather than an image.
For three-dimensional work please either take an image against a plain background or provide a short video. Videos must be uploaded to YouTube, Vimeo or your own website, and a link provided via the entry form.
The entry system permits one image file or link per work. If you are entering a sculpture or installation which cannot be fully represented in one image, you may upload a composite image file to include additional angles, or submit a short video instead of an image.
Collaborations or collaborative works are works which fulfil all other eligible submission criteria except that they are produced by more than one artist.
Collaborative artworks will be listed according to the surname of the first named artist (all artists names should be listed).
Each collaborative work submitted counts as one of the two permitted works for each artist involved.
This is a purchase prize and all works entered must be available either for purchase by The Ingram Collection as prize winners, or during the selling exhibition immediately following the prize announcements. A 20% commission will be charged on works sold during the exhibition or as a result of an introduction made through the Ingram Prize. You must factor this commission into the price of your work.
Prices must include the frame if the work is framed.
We do not specify any size limitation on entries, but ask artists to highlight any particularly large or heavy works, giving an approximate weight if possible.
Selected finalists must be able to arrange delivery of their work to the exhibition venue on Tuesday 16 November and collect unsold works on Saturday 27 November. We regret that we cannot provide storage outside of these dates.
Paintings, prints and works on paper should ideally be framed.
We will take the utmost care of all exhibited work, but we cannot provide insurance of individual works. Selected finalists are advised to make their own arrangements in this regard.
The organisers of the Ingram Prize and Parker Harris hold personal data provided by entrants. This information will be used solely in conjunction with your entry for the Ingram Prize. Data pertaining to those whose work is not selected will be held for up to 12 months, after which this information will be destroyed. In registering, entrants agree that if selected for the Ingram Prize their contact details will be retained by the organisers of the Ingram Prize and these will be added to the mailing lists for the Ingram Prize and Parker Harris, from which is it possible to unsubscribe at any time.
Copyright of all works remains the property of the artist.
Selected finalists accept and agree that all shortlisted works may be photographed and/or reproduced for: the catalogue, press, publicity, promotion and advertising of The Ingram Prize and/or its activities and/or its exhibition (including its online version of the catalogue).
Selected finalists accept and agree that artist biographies and work descriptions, submitted as part of their entry, may also be reproduced for: the catalogue, press, publicity, promotion and advertising of The Ingram Prize and/or its activities and/or its exhibition (including its online version of the catalogue).
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