Contemporary Arts Trust open to all students at UK Art Colleges; £8000 worth of prizes.
Showcasing the outstanding art graduates of 2017, selected from across the country
The National Original Print Exhibition Contemporary Arts Trust prize 2018 was awarded to Julie Dean for her bold woodcut composition “Port of Liverpool from Salthouse Quay”.
In our 250th year, Grayson Perry RA takes the helm to coordinate the world’s longest running and largest open-submission show
The winner of Contemporary Arts Trust Prize at the Whitechapel Open exhibition is Alexis Teplin for her textile installation which was immediately striking, even before the performance, written by herself, which brought the whole work into a third dimension seamlessly. The costumes and the backdrop blended in an infinite exchange.
The Alice Batkin Contemporary Arts Trust Prize for the most promising emerging Portrait Painter was awarded to Shaun McGovern for “Jess and Hayden”.
One of the UK’s most important private collections of the very best British artists of the twentieth century, including Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud, Barbara Hepworth and David Hockney.
A glimpse into the art and culture of early America through the reassembled collection used at Harvard for teaching and research.
Highlights from the Gallery’s outstanding twentieth- and twenty-first-century collection.
Scottish artists’ response to the great movements of European modern art.