karyn mannix contemporary
has been bringing a dose of Love & Passion
to the Hamptons for 17 years now. The annual art exhibition will take place virtually in 2021 - fittingly with the theme of Unmasked
"What is different this year is the fact that it is digital for safety reasons," Karyn Mannix
, karyn mannix contemporary founder, noted.
Mannix is currently accepting applications for works to be featured in this year's "Sign of the Times Inspired Art Show." Love & Passion
is open to all art forms, including sculpture, with the exception of video creations. Poets and writers who have a piece that fits on one page may also submit their prose to be considered.
For the 2021 iteration, Mannix hopes to see a few new faces in the mix, and all the talented Love & Passion
regulars, of course. "I am looking for more voices to be heard. I would really like to get new artists involved," she relayed.
Paul Dempsey's Pan-dining. (Courtesy Photo)
to enter is Sunday, January 31, and Love & Passion: Unmasked
will be on display from Monday, February 8 through Sunday, February 28.
"I think with all the isolation, fear and anger that has grown in this country (and world) people have a lot to say and that what this platform is for," Mannix said. "Not to spew hatred and divide…but to unite. We can all agree…we all need Love & Passion
right now. And if we personally don't we know someone that does."
Artists may submit up to three works. There is a $35 submission fee for one work, $45 for two works, and $50 for three works. For more information email email@example.com
with the subject line of Love & Passion.
For more information about karyn mannix contemporary, visit www.karynmannixcontemporary.com.
Nicole is the Editor-in-Chief of Hamptons.com where she focuses on lifestyle, nightlife, and mixology. She grew up in the Hamptons and currently resides in Water Mill. www.hamptons.com