Thank you for your interest in submitting artwork for Artsida 7 and for supporting ACCM’s mission!
The art submission process is in two steps :
- Complete submission form on this website (click button below);
- Email a high-resolution 300 dpi colour image of your artwork to email@example.com. Please put your full name and artwork title in the email subject.
Submission deadline: January 20th 2017, at 11:59pm.
Each artist is allowed to submit a maximum of two pieces for consideration. If you are submitting two pieces, submit each piece separately using this on-line form.
Pieces submitted for the auction must remain available for Artsida until the artist is informed of the Curatorial Committee’s decision in late January 2017. If the piece is no longer available, the artist may submit a substitute piece but the Committee is not obligated to accept it.
The Curatorial Committee will set the estimated market value of submitted artwork, taking into consideration the proof of estimated value provided by the artist upon selection.
The artist agrees to donate their artwork to Artsida, even if the piece is not sold at or above the reserve bid price. ACCM reserves the right to try to sell the piece by other means after the main event, all the while respecting the conditions of sale as established by the artist.
Upon selection, the artist agrees to provide the following documentation before January 31st to Artsida:
- Artist Contract;
- Proof of the estimated market value;
- Download Certificate of authenticity.
The artist may choose to email all 3 required documents during the submissions process, along with the image of the artwork.
We will accept the following two types of proof of estimated market value:
- A copy of an invoice or receipt of sale, preferably recent, of a similar piece of art (of similar medium and format);
- If the artist is represented by a gallery, a copy of the gallery’s official price list for the artist’s works.
The artist assumes the responsibility to deliver the artwork to Artsida before February 10th.
Out-of-town artists must organize and cover the cost of shipping the artwork to Artsida.