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Standpoint Gallery is an independent, artist-run project and exhibition space with charitable status. Standpoint aims to act as a platform for emerging artists outside the commercial gallery system, to support the diversity and vibrancy of artistic production, to promote excellence and commitment in the artist as maker, and to provide an arena for artists' networks and professional development. An integral part of Standpoint is the community art studio, providing a safe environment for the delivery and enjoyment of art education workshops.
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The Mark Tanner Sculpture Award is unique in its combination of offering both financial support towards the production of new work and a solo exhibition to an exceptional emerging sculptor. We seek to reward outstanding and innovative practice in the field of sculpture and are particularly interested in work that demonstrates a commitment to process and materials. Read full listing…
Standpoint Futures residencies are designed to be flexible and responsive to the project, practice and desired outcomes of individual participants. This residency is particularly suited to artists who want to gain intensive feedback on their work, expand their networks and explore opportunities in the London art world, as well as realise a specific project, or test new ideas or practice methods with advice and support.
Artists will go to Standpoint for 4 weeks, during which time Standpoint implements a tailored set of meetings with artists, thinkers and curators of the highest calibre. Standpoint's aim is to give as much input into an artist’s work and career in the time we have, to make the most difference to their future practice and career. Through engaging in London's art scene and being in a new context, artists can develop ideas and contacts that will develop their practice, expertise and opportunities.
Standpoint Futures residencies award artists free studio and accommodation during their residency plus the advisor and mentoring meetings. Any additional costs i.e. materials, travel and living expenses must be covered by the artist. Artists must be able to commit to this before interview and your participation must not be subject to a funding application.Read full listing…
Call for entries for yearly award with a total value of £10,000. £6,000 goes direct to the artist for the production of new work, £4,000 towards the resulting solo exhibition in September 2009 at Standpoint Gallery. Selection is by panel. This year's guest selector will be Rachel Whiteread. Read full listing…
Now the largest sculpture prize of its kind in the UK, the Mark Tanner Sculpture Award offers £10,000 towards the production of new work and a solo exhibition at Standpoint Gallery to an exceptional emerging sculptor based in Greater London. Read on…