You can still submit your artwork

Hello Karl,

You have until Subday night submit artwork in our magazine contest.

Please read below for all important details regarding both this contest and this magazine.

About The Magazine

Circle Quarterly Art Review is a high-quality art publication. Each issue includes a handpicked selection of remarkable artwork and provides a review of current trends and original practices in all visual arts fields, including painting, sculpture, photography, ceramics, print-making, mixed media, digital media, design, craft and more. Circle Quarterly Art Review magazine is available in two print sizes, regular and pocket and is also fully readable online.

Circle Quarterly is a handbook for the art lover, the professional, the collector. Each new issue reaches an international readership through our dedicated newsletter and print copies are given to visitors at international art fairs. The Fall 2021 issue of Circle Quarterly Art Review will also be emailed to a list of about 65,000 curators, gallerists and collectors. This publication provides a great addition to the artist's resume as well as a practically excellent way to publish your art among great artists.

This is the 7th issue of the magazine and will be published October/November 2021.

About The Contest

Participation Cost: 20Euro per image entry

Through this contest,

  • 60 Artists will be selected for publication in 1, 2, 3 or 4 pages of the magazine
  • 1 Artist on the Front Cover
  • 1 Artist on the Back Cover
  • 60 more artists will be named Contest Finalists and receive unique, named and signed Finalist Certificates


Submit Your Artwork

Please visit the contest page on our website to see all contest details and submission guidelines. Prepare up to 10 images and click on the button below to submit your artwork and participate.


If you have additional questions, please let us know.

Anna from CIRCLE

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