Rachel Busby has won the £1000 overall award at The Exeter Contemporary Open 2013.
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Svetlana Fialova has been awarded the £8,000 First Prize at Jerwood Drawing Prize 2013.
Nine artists have been selected for the Devon-based open, which this year attracted submissions from across the UK and as far afield as Spain, USA and Japan.
A portrait of Glasgow gallerists Toby Webster and Andrew Hamilton, an ‘urban burka’ fashioned from a pair of training shoes, and a woodcut reflecting on the death of a grandparent are among works shortlisted for £30,000 prize.
As White Cube’s Open Cube show opens to the public, we ask whether an exhibition where all but one of the artists lives and works in London is really ‘an international group show’?
The Marmite Prize for Painting IV has been won by Brian Cheeswright.
A shortlist of 46 artists has been selected from international submission for the South West-based open.
Canerows, bowel movements and a pile of bricks win the fifth Creekside Open run by Art in Perpetuity Trust, Deptford.
Stuart Middleton awarded £10,000 prize for his work Jump!
a-n+AIR members feature among 71 artists selected for this representational painting prize.
With prize money totaling over £10,000, the four winners of the Salon Art Prize 2012 have been announced.
Three artists share £1,500 prize fund.
£1,500 up for grabs in Bristol’s hottest open exhibition prize.
Three artists share prize money totalling £8500 in this year’s ING Discerning Eye exhibition.
Another day, another open exhibition – but is the inaugural Zeitgeist Open doing things differently?
Shortlist for £10,000 MOSTYN Open award includes international selection.
a-n publishes new guides to open exhibitions, from the dual perspectives of an artist and a curator.
Congratulations to Martyn Cross who was awarded the Angelika Open 2012 prize of £1,000 and solo show during a preview ceremony on Friday night.
Previewing this weekend “a high profile open outside of London – organised by artists for artists”.
East Midlands Visual Arts Network launches a series of events on the hot topic of the open exhibition.
32 artists shortlisted for the fourth edition of the alternative art prize ‘run by painters for painters’.
Painters Joy Wolfenden and Holly Frean win top prizes.
The six artists shortlisted for this year’s £30,000 Threadneedle Prize, chosen from the 153 works featured in the exhibition, have been announced.
We talk to John Moores Painting Prize 2012 winner Sarah Pickstone, the prize’s patron Peter Blake, and judge George Shaw.
Olivier Larivière has won the £1,000 Exeter Contemporary Open 2012 award.