Online Contemporary Art Magazine

Artist Submissions (closed)

Deadline 9th March 2017


Showcase and interview:

Floorr Magazine is currently accepting submissions from emerging artists. Works created in all media are accepted,  If your submission is successful you will be interviewed, showcased and archived on our website, as well as promoted on social media. Please see the "Submission Guidelines" and click the "Submit" button to apply.

Special Guest/Guest artist:

This is not related to submissions, it will be down to the editors discretion and can not be applied for. Please do not apply for this feature, this is invite only.

Issue 9 guests are: Sophie Hall Director of Flowers Gallery, Andy Wicks Director of Castor Projects, artist Barry Reigate and emerging artist Clare Price.

Submission Guidelines:

Submission fee must be paid to be considered for online publication. Please do not send images within your email, all images must be sent via wetransfer.com

In order to be considered for an artist interview, please send the following information in an email to: submit@floorrmagazine.com with order ID number and last name as the subject line. (For example: 00300 Pablo Picasso). Images should be sent via Wetransfer.

  1. Artist name, website, CV, artist statement.
  2. 4 - 8 images of your work, as jpegs, image size should be no bigger than 6mb each and must be at least 1400px wide on the shortest side. Please send to submit@floorrmagazine.com using WETRANSFER.COM (free version)
  3. Please name the images with the following: Title, year, media, dimensions. For example: Title_of_work_2016_Oil on canvas_80x80cm.jpg
  4. £10 submission fee (see button below)

(Please only enter 1 quantity, otherwise you will be charged more than once)

Unfortunately we reluctantly had to put our price up from £8 to £10 submission fee. This is due to our web host recently adding a transaction charge to each payment, plus the payment gateway transaction fees on top. We were left with no alternative but to raise the submission fee. Floorr is artist run and aims to be affordable, the money goes towards the running costs of the site. Thank you.