100 Painters of Tomorrow will highlight burgeoning artists who are showing the world that painting is not slowing down. Initiated by editor-curator Kurt Beers and publishers Thames & Hudson, the publication hopes to find the 100 most exciting painters at work today. Each artist will be featured in a book that displays their pieces as well as biographical information. Altogether, the work will serve as a snapshot of the best talent across the globe. Artists are invited to submit their work until March 15.

The open call is extended to anyone anywhere who uses paint as their primary medium. There also isn't an age limit, however there is a requirement for each artist to have been recognized professionally within the last five years through their education, gallery representation, or in the production of a significant body of work. Learn more about the rules by visiting their website.