The finalists for this year’s Catlin Art Prize have been announced. Now in its seventh year, the exhibition showcases the work of nine UK artists who graduated within the last year. Each of the selected artists receives a bursary to support the development of a new body of work, with the overall winner receiving a prize of £5,000. This year’s exhibition will be held at Londonewcastle Project Space, London in May.

The Catlin Art Prize 2013 finalists are: Steven Allan (Royal College of Art); Fatma Bucak (Royal College of Art); Juno Calypso (London College of Communication); Robert Crosse (Slade School of Fine Art), Nicky Deeley (Royal College of Art); Bee Griffith (Goldsmiths); Terry Ryu Kim (Slade School of Fine Art); Conall McAteer (Central St Martins); and David Ogle (Lancaster University).

Participating artists were selected from The Catlin Guide 2013, a nationwide survey of recent art school graduates.

The judges are former Turner Prize nominee Dexter Dalwood, art gallery director Ceri Hand, and collector Valeria Napoleone. The winner of the £5,000 first prize will be announced at a private ceremony on 22 May. A Visitor Vote prize of £2,000 will be announced towards the end of the show

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