LOEWE Foundation Craft Prize Call for Entries


16 August 2019


CHART 2019

Image from LOEWE FOUNDATION Craft Prize 2019

The Loewe Foundation has now opened submissions to the 2020 LOEWE FOUNDATION Craft Prize. Celebrating excellence, artistic merit and originality in modern craftsmanship, CHART encourages all budding design talents to submit their work. Submissions for the Craft Prize 2020 will be accepted until 30 October 2019.

The LOEWE FOUNDATION Craft Prize was launched in 2016, seeking to acknowledge and support international artisans who demonstrate an exceptional ability to create objects of high aesthetic quality, and provides new ground and support for the winner, who will receive 50,000 Euros. Potential candidates for this year’s edition are invited to study the guidelines and submit work at loewecraftprize.com.

LOEWE FOUNDATION Craft Prize 2020 will take place in Paris at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs. A shortlist of works for the 2020 prize will be chosen by an expert panel composed of artists, artisans, essayists, curators and designers. From these works the prize’s jury, consisting of prominent art professionals—among last year’s prize winner Genta Ishizuka and Creative Director of LOEWE Jonathan Anderson—will select the winning piece. The winner of the LOEWE FOUNDATION Craft Prize 2020 will be announced in Paris in Spring 2020.

The 2019 edition of the prize received over 2,500 submissions from 100 countries across the globe. For this year’s edition, potential candidates are invited to study the guidelines for the Craft Prize and submit work at loewecraftprize.com.


With their joint interest and devotion to developing talent, CHART and LOEWE have a kinship to the world of contemporary arts and crafts. Sharing with CHART a firm dedication to both support and expose emerging creative talent just arriving at the contemporary creative arts scene, the LOEWE FOUNDATION Craft Prize reasserts its longstanding commitment to creativity in all forms and disciplines. As a yearly art event, CHART is enthusiastic about and ardently supports young talent and initiatives dedicated to this goal.


The LOEWE FOUNDATION was established as a private cultural foundation in 1988 by Enrique Loewe, a fourth-generation member of LOEWE’s founding family. Today, under the direction of his daughter Sheila Loewe, the Foundation continues to promote creativity, organise educational programs and protect cultural heritage in the fields of poetry, dance, photography, design and craft.

Image courtesy LOEWE FOUNDATION Craft Prize.