The postmark deadline for the MFA issue of New American Paintings is October 31.
The postmark deadline for the Southeast regional issue of New American Paintings is December 31.
Q: What is New American Paintings?
A: First published in 1993, New American Paintings is bimonthly juried exhibition in print. Each regionally-focused edition features the work of forty painters. Working with curators from the nation’s top museums, we review the work of more than five thousand artists a year and publish the best we find.
Q: Who reads New American Paintings?
A:New American Paintings’ readership is made up of thousands of collectors, art world professionals, artists and art enthusiasts. We also have an international subscriber base of individuals who are interested in discovering emerging American painters.
Q: Where can I find New American Paintings?
A:New American Paintings can be found on newsstands of fine bookstores and museum shops nationwide (Barnes and Noble and Borders are our largest retailers). You can also purchase subscriptions and single editions from our website.
Q: Who is chosen to be featured in New American Paintings?
A: We have split the United States into six regions (Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, Midwest, West and Pacific Coast). For each of these regions, we conduct one competition a year in which artists residing in that region may submit slides of their work to us for consideration. Working with curators from major museums throughout the United States, we review the entries and select 40 artists for each book.