Our Exhibitions

We Promote Artistic Excellence

Our mission is to promote under-recognized artists to a world-wide audience. Over 30 years Manhattan Arts International has been responsible for promoting thousands of artists from around the world, working in different styles and media, through its curated art programs and theme exhibitions.

We attract thousands of visitors to our exhibitions due to our ongoing promotion world-wide through this website, email marketing newsletters, and the daily use of several social media platforms.

We choose at least 30 artists for these exhibitions. We give cash awards, promotion, publicity and other special awards.

 As a result the exhibiting artists gain higher visibility on the Internet and increased traffic on their own websites. Read Artists’ Testimonials.

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Next Call For Artists – “HERStory”

Since the year 2000 Manhattan Arts International has been presenting exhibitions devoted to “HERStory”. Details for the 2017 exhibition will be announced soon. To be among the first to learn about this call for artists visit this page or  subscribe to our free email newsletter.

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Current Exhibition – “New Beginnings”

R. Geoffrey Blackburn, "Indian Summer", Oil on Linen, 28" x 36".
R. Geoffrey Blackburn, “Indian Summer”, Oil on Linen, 28″ x 36″.

This exhibition is on view through February 27, 2017. Banner image: Painting by R. Geoffrey Blackburn, First Place Winner.
LEARN MORE ABOUT “NEW BEGINNINGS”.

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Previous Exhibitions

hpa-top3An Online Exhibition of 49 artists from around the world. Their art and artist’s statements were presented, July 20, 2016 – September 20, 2016.  Art by the top three winners are shown above: Bren Sibilsky, Carol Scott and Jane Caminos. LEARN MORE.

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Susanne Buckler, Vagina Dialogs/ Love is More Important Than Sex/Triptych, Inkject on silk and paper, 17” x 22". Larger sizes available.
Susanne Buckler, Vagina Dialogs/ Love is More Important Than Sex/Triptych, Inkject on silk and paper, 17” x 22″. Larger sizes available. She won the First Place Award in HerStory.

“HERStory 2016”,  March 20 – May 20, 2016. This exhibition featured 50 women artists from around the world. Art images and artist’s statements were presented.  Susanne Buckler won the First Place Cash Award.
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Hamish Blakely, Sweet Dreams, painting
Hamish Blakely, Sweet Dreams, oil, 31″ x 45″.

“New Beginnings”, December 20, 2015 – February 20, 2016.
This exhibition featured 47 Artists and displayed a diverse array of styles and mediums expressing transformation, rebirth, dawn, new direction, metamorphosis.  Art images and artist’s statements were presented. Hamish Blakely won the First Place Cash Award and Featured Artist Award.

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Camille Eskell
Camille Eskell, First Place winner in “Hot Topics – Bold Expressions” exhibition.

“Hot Topics – Bold Expressions” in Nature & Human Nature, August 17-October 17, 2015. This exhibition featured 50 artists from around the world. It included 30 Award of Excellence Winners and 20 Award of Merit Winners.  Camille Eskell won the First Place Cash Award and The Featured Artist Award.
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Our mission is to reward and promote Artists from around the world in our curated online art gallery programs, juried exhibitions and social media networks.