The International Art & Work Awards 2010, which celebrate the union of corporate art and architecture, are open to international entries
Founder Peter Morris said: ‘In the past 25 years we’ve moved on from abstract hard-edged architecture of the 60s, gradually art and architecture have come together again.’
A jury chaired by former RIBA president Jack Pringle will judge the competition.The international competition is accepting re-entries from the earlier UK-only competition.
The deadline for entries is 9 July.The short list will be announced in late August and the winners unveiled at the World Architecture Festival (WAF) in Barcelona, from 3 to 5 November.
Visit www.artandworkawards.com to register for a free account, to enter the awards or to buy tickets for WAF.
The categories are:
Art commissioned for a specific site in the working environment: open to companies, architects, interior designers, developers and artists
Buildings designed to display works of art: open to architects and designers
Corporate art programmes and collections: open to companies with art programmes, art consultants and foundations with collections
Outstanding contributions to art in the workplace: open to nominations by architects, artists, corporations or property developers