The “London Chinese Art Exchange Exhibition”, initiated by the British Overseas Chinese Artists Association, has been successfully held for six years with the support of major art schools and young artists and designers in the UK, which has caused a good and extensive academic and social effect. In order to better understand the trajectory of the current “London Chinese Art Exchange” art development, discover potential art and design youth, and expand the “London Chinese Art Exchange” art and design talent exchange platform.
British Overseas Chinese Artists Association
June 30, 2021
Lee & Man Gallery, London
May 25, 2021
Time for the announcement of the exhibition results
June 20, 2021
June 30, 2021 from 10am to 6pm
Exhibition end time
July 15, 2021 from 10am to 6pm
Grand Prix Scale
The London Chinese Art Exchange aims to promote international contemporary art.
The Twin Art Grand Prix was founded in London in 2017 by the British Overseas Chinese Artists Association and art enthusiast Jimmy Lek,
and the Grand Prix attracted applications from 15 Chinese cultural and social organizations and over 5,000 artists in London.
The exhibition is open to all 2D and 3D art, such as: painting, mixed media, drawing, pen drawing, watercolor, collage, printmaking, photography, digital art, sculpture, ceramics, installation art, and video art.
Open to all artists, aged 18 years or older
image .jpg format, it is recommended that the image between 2-4MB
Submission includes, title, date, medium and size of the work, sale price
2D works including the outer frame should not exceed 150×150 cm maximum, and sculptures should not exceed 50x50x50 cm (sculptures need to be marked with several editions)
Only 1 image can be submitted per entry (entry name: last name + first name + entry name)
All submitted works need to be available for sale, and the organizing committee will charge 50% of the sale price as commission.
40 pieces of works will be selected for the exhibition in the Grand Prix
2 rounds of judging for the grand prize competition, the first round of online judging, the first step of judging through the submitted pictures of the works, the first round of selected works to participate in the exhibition, the exhibition began, the second round of award selection, through the site works picture, the jury selected the winning works.
The artist is responsible for all insurance and shipping costs of the work to be exhibited.
The judging chart consists of seven judges.
Chan Kok Hua (SG) is a renowned collector of Chinese paintings in Singapore, founder of Qiu Zhai Art Studio (Qiu Zhai Art Centre) and Sin Hua Gallery.
Dr Pwee Keng Hock (SG): Partner of Utterley Art Singapore and Southeast Asian art collector
Milenko Prvacki (SG): Senior Fellow, LaSalle College of the Arts, Singapore.
Billy Mork (SG): Founder of Immagini Gallery, Singapore and Founder of Xedition Art Fair, Singapore.
Dr Michael Pritchard FRPS (UK): Head of Education and Public Affairs, Royal Photographic Society
Lisa Gray (UK): Founder and curator of FLUX Exhibition
Isabel Langtry (UK): Principal of Hampstead College of Art.