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Artists Wanted to Live Free in New York City
BROOKLYN, NY.- This competition is about your story, your images and the power they hold. From Salvador Dalí to Cindy Sherman the self has been the subject of most all the art world’s greats. The self-portrait transcends medium, style and period, existing in the vast space between the personal and prophetic. Everyone has a story. Tell yours!

The panel of judges including actor Steve Buscemi, director/producer Chris Weitz, Guggenheim Curator Helen Hsu and Flavorpill Founder Sascha Lewis will select one portfolio of self-portraits for The Grand Prize:

• Six months of FREE living at The Edge in New York City or $7007 cash
• An art-star reception in New York City
• International publicity

The public will also cast their vote and the highest rated portfolio will receive The Gawker Artists People's Choice Award:

• $1,000 in cash
• An art-star reception in New York City

Gawker Artists publicity push reaching hundreds of thousands of people through the Gawker Network

This is your moment to be discovered, send your best work:

Submit before the 31st for the chance to have your work seen by thousands of people at our New York City New Year's Eve Bash!

Closing date for the competition will be January 14, 2010 at 11:59 p EST.

Submission fee, $10 per image.

New York City | Competition of Self-portraits | Helen Hsu | Sascha Lewis | Steve Buscemi | Chris Weitz | Gawker Artists |

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December 29, 2009

Museum of Macedonia Displays 9,800 Artifacts Excavated at Archaeological Sites in 2009

Metropolitan Museum Celebrates the Holidays by Opening on "Holiday Monday"

Important Americana to be Sold at Sotheby's in New York

National Gallery of Modern Art Presents "Bhutan: An Eye to History"

AIPAD Photography Show to be Held March 18-21 in New York

Marc Camille Chaimowicz Creates an Environment at Vienna's Secession

Fred Tomaselli Painting Purchased by Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

NYS Museum Exhibition Focuses on the Great Depression

New Book Includes William Klein Never-Before-Seen Fashion Pictures

Exhibition Discovers Valley's Black Population in Slavery and Freedom

Exhibition Invites Artists to Examine Issues of Social Justice in the Future

Von Lintel Gallery to Show "Library of Dust: Photographs by David Maisel"

New Hampshire's 'Old Man' Memorial Plans Fall on Hard Times

Schuylkill Center presents a Juried Gallery Exhibition on Birds and their Habitats

First Solo Show at Lori Bookstein Fine Art for Varujan Boghosian

Elsewhere to Host Annual Convention of Artists, Collaborators on December 30

Artists Wanted to Live Free in New York City

Mission San Luis's New Cultural Center Promotes Hispanic Heritage

Flemish Tapestries, Italian Nativity Scene Highlight Museum's Holiday Offerings

First Edition of the Marrakech Art Fair will Take Place October 9 to 11, 2010

Most Popular Last Seven Days

1.- First solo exhibition by the American artist Mickalene Thomas in Belgium opens at Galerie Nathalie Obadia

2.- Israel accidentally finds ancient mosaic that served as pavement for a courtyard in a villa

3.- The address of Johannes Vermeer's the Little Street discovered by Rijksmuseum curator

4.- The nine lives of Russia's Hermitage cats that root out unwanted guests: Rodents

5.- Robbers make off with masterpieces by Rubens and Tintoretto from museum in Verona

6.- 17th century letters at Museum of Communication reveal refugees 'sense of loss'

7.- New museum dedicated to the artist Mu Xin opens in Zhejiang Province, China

8.- Who are the most prolific art collectors in the US today?

9.- Rubens House brings newly discovered study for a portrait by Van Dyck to Antwerp

10.- "The Nude in the XX and XXI century" curated by Jane Neal opens at Sotheby's S/2 London

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