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Young Masters Art Prize 2014, launched by Cynthia Corbett in 2009 is now open for applications

Wednesday, January 29th, 2014

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Young Masters Art Prize 2014, launched by Cynthia Corbett in 2009 is now open for applications. Artists, working in any medium and from anywhere in the world, are invited to submit applications from the 15th January 2014 until 30th April 2014. The shortlisted artists will participate in two exhibitions, at Sphinx Fine Art and at the Lloyds Club, London between September and December 2014. The exhibitions will also feature previous winner Lottie Davies as a guest artist. A judging panel will award three Prizes; an overall Prize of £1,500 and two highly commended Prizes of £500 each, kindly donated by the Artists€™ Collecting Society. The winning artists will also be invited to exhibit in a showcase of their work in an international location as part of the Young Masters International Tour in 2015.

The third edition of the Young Masters Art Prize also sees the launch of the inaugural Young Masters Maylis Grand Ceramics Prize. The Prize of £1,500 has been donated by James and Maylis Grand and will be awarded to an artist who shows exceptional command of the medium of ceramics alongside an awareness of the art of the past and the heritage of ceramic craft.

The Prize was founded in 2009 by respected gallerist, Cynthia Corbett, who launched the prize in order to celebrate artistic skill and innovation.

Corbett Projects presents Young Masters at Sphinx Fine Art (8-23 Oct)

Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013

The Cynthia Corbett Gallery presents YOUNG MASTERS  at SPHINX FINE ART from  8th to 23rd October . Innovation is hugely important but it rarely comes from nothing. The Young Masters Art Prize looks for artists who combine innovation with awareness of the Old Masters and the art of the past. ‘Old Masters’ in the meaning of the prize refers not just to Europe but also to wider, global artistic traditions. By drawing attention to the legacy of the Old Masters in contemporary art, the prize opens up a wider dialogue about our present-day artistic culture and its relationship to the past. This prize is unique in shedding light on the way artists use their awareness of the past to come to terms with the present.

For more information contact the Cynthia Corbett Gallery

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