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London Contemporary Art Prize 2017

From 26 January to 26 February 2017

London contemporary art

London contemporary art

Londres - United Kingdom

Presentation

London Contemporary Art Prize 2017

London Contemporary Art kickstarts the New Year with its biggest and most diverse show to date. The exhibition showcases 21 National and International artists who demonstrate the very best in creative process, craftsmanship and technique. The selected finalist artists exhibiting are: Nicholas Offer, Will Teather, Simone Zewnik, Tammie Hildreth, Veit Schmidleitner, Joel Clark, Tess Barbato, Tania Askar, Rupert Burt, Jake Grewal, Irina Samobrod, Adrian Marden, Gina Soden, Glenn Fitzpatrick, Emma-Leone Palmer, Charlie Wayne, Ben Buckley, Davide Monciatti, Nicolas Noverraz, Tobias Wiethoff and Tim Tate

The first prize and the overall winner of the competition will be announced on the night. There will also be a Public’s Choice Award which will be open to all members of the public submitted through a ballot box in the gallery. The votes will be tallied at the end of the show on the 26th February.

This is not a show to miss...

London Contemporary Art has created a platform for artists to showcase their work in the heart of London and has brought together a unique blend of talents from all around the world. Carefully selected from over 800 applicants, we have endeavoured to present a diverse show displaying a broad range of techniques, mediums and philosophies.

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  • 32 Store Street
    WC1E 7BS , Londres
    United Kingdom
    00442075802118

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