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Stream and Sell Your Work Globally on Loupe

Loupe   /   Deadline: 03/31/19

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LOUPE® (loupeart.com), currently live on Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Android TV and the web, is a streaming art gallery with a connected marketplace. Ranked #1 Lifestyle App on Apple TV around the world, Loupe brings fine art to any residential, commercial or public setting allowing users to "turn on" instant atmosphere and inspiration. The pioneering art player offers channels of streaming art for personal entertainment and purchase. Our expertly curated art playlists offer stunning, high-resolution artwork, brought vividly to life on high definition televisions and monitors. Viewers inspired to own any of these works can effortlessly order fine art prints and originals from the loupeart.com/shop.

We are looking for fresh content to populate our curated art channels with an opportunity to sell and showcase your work globally. Learn more about being a Loupe artist at: http://info.loupeart.com/for-artists/

Location

Atlanta, GA

Fees

Free

Requirements

Submission Requirements:
• Artist Bio, CV and Statement
• Link to online portfolio
• Five images of your strongest work

Evaluation Criteria

We welcome artists who work in all styles and mediums including photographs of sculptures, street art, motion art or other multi-dimensional installations. Artist selection begins with qualifying an image on it's technical merits and evaluating according to aesthetic attributes with our curation team. The imagery ultimately has to live comfortably amongst our expanding menu of genres and visual themes, while also following our streaming specifications.

Contact Information

Nicole Kutz
170 Boulevard SE Bldg H406
Atlanta, GA 30312

P: 6782343535
W: loupeart.com
E: nicole@loupeart.com

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