The Fida x IMM Summer Fashion Arts Exhibition Miami 2021
(taking place during Miami Swim Week 2021)
All submitting artists can submit up to 5 pieces of work. The selected artists will be invited to exhibit their work in the Summer Fashion Arts Exhibition in Miami (5th July - 5th August 2021).
Held at the prestigious Istituto Marangoni building, designed by Shulman + Associates, which sits near the southeast entrance to the Design District, where tenants include Hermes, Tiffany & Co., Tom Ford, Louis Vuitton and Cartier.
The deadline for entries will be 4th June 2021 at 11pm EST (U.S)
Successful entries will be notified on Monday 7th June, by email.
Artwork will need to be sent to Miami and received at no later than 28th June 2021.
The theme title for this year’s summer exhibition is ‘Ultramarine’.
"You can be as creative and as abstract as you wish to respond to the exhibitions Title. Look to designers and artists who have been inspired by colour, water or even the sky." Exhibition Co-Curator
As this is an exhibition, you will be required to send your artwork to Miami, so please see the details below before you pay for and submit your entry.
Fida offers a free entry to all of it's members
By taking part you agree that, if selected:
You will supply the original artwork or a print of the selected artwork, in a black frame (any style or size).
You will package and send your original or printed artwork to Miami, to arrive no later than 28th June 2021. You will be expected to pay for any packaging and postage costs incurred. Please use a service that insures your item for the full value and choose a tracked/signed for service, where possible, as Fida cannot accept responsibility for any items lost or damaged in transit.
All artworks will be available to buy at the exhibition.
You will notify Fida of the price of the artwork, which will be added to the exhibition price list.
The buyer will pay for delivery costs.
The artist will receive 50% of the price (before VAT) once sold.
30% of sales will go to the Marangoni Scholarship fund.
You will pay for the return postage if the artwork is not sold.
Fida will offer a limited edition of 50 prints on www.fidaworldwide.com for all artworks shown during the exhibition, with 50% of the price (before VAT) going to the artist.
More information about where to send the artworks and other details will be supplied, if selected.
Entry to the Fida Fashion Arts Summer Exhibition 2021 Please see below an outline of the Entry process
If you would like a chance to see your work displayed in the world’s largest open-submission exhibition, this is the place to get started. Just follow our three simple steps:
First time entrant?
1. Pay your entry fee
You can enter up to 5 pieces of work, for a minimum fee of £30 per, which covers our administration costs. You can pay this online by credit or debit card.
2. Send images of your artwork to email@example.com
What happens next?
The first round of selection is made from digital images of artworks, from which the judges will shortlist the entries.
If you are successful we will notify you by email and ask you to deliver your artwork to the Miami Campus.
Cost and deadlines
The entry fee is non-refundable.
You must pay your fee and submit your digital entry, including images of your artworks. If selected you will need to be sent to Miami the artwork and it MUST be received no later than28th June 2021.
Maximum size: 594 x 420 mm (A2) 300 dpi RGB
please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location of Show:
Miami Design District, Florida | 2016
Located at the entrance to Miami’s Design District, at the intersection of Interstate 195 and NE 2nd Avenue (the district’s N-S main street), the Billboard Building exploits its location to maximum effect. The project combines a 3-story 1920s commercial building with a slender addition that rises more than 90 feet. The addition embraces the old building, with the wrapper forming a billboard that faces the highway corridor on one side, and an art-wall that faces the district on the other. The architectural integration of the two buildings contrasts the ornate stucco façade of the original, with the transparent, scenographic qualities of the tower.