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.
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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.
A four-strong shortlist for this award that supports early career moving image artists has been chosen from a longlist of 150 submissions.
The five nominees for this year’s Max Mara prize for UK-based women artists have been announced by the Whitechapel Gallery.
Now in its sixth year, the ten shortlisted artists for the annual Film London Jarman Award reveal the broad range of experimental filmmakers working in the UK.
Three painters and an art historian named as the jury of the UK’s most coveted painting prize as its call for entries goes live.
Four UK artist-museum partnerships vie for the Contemporary Art Society’s £60,000 Annual Award with strong proposals that focus on artistic responses to collections and archives.
Five talented emerging makers unveil the results of their £7,500 Jerwood Makers Open commissions this week in London. We talk to the Director of the Jerwood Charitable Foundation and two of this year’s selected makers about the project.
Five projects have been selected for research and development phase of Jerwood Open Forest.
The Marmite Prize for Painting IV has been won by Brian Cheeswright.
This year’s BP Portrait Award has been won by Susanne du Toit for her painting of her eldest son, Pieter.
Anish Kapoor, Grayson Perry and Thomas Heatherwick all receive honours in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
Outside In, a project created by Chichester’s Pallant House Gallery to help people who are often excluded from the art world, has triumphed at The Civil Society’s Charity Awards 2013.
London-based artist duo Broomberg and Chanarin scoop the £30,000 Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2013 for their imaginative reworking of Bertolt Brecht’s 1955 War Primer.
Sarah Ball’s painting of a 1920s New York girl gang member wins her the title of Welsh Artist of the Year 2013.
The William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow, which reopened last year after a £5million redevelopment, has won the Art Fund’s £100,000 Museum of the Year prize.
Turner Prize nominee Tino Sehgal has been awarded the Golden Lion for best artist at the 55th Venice Biennale.
The sixth annual Liverpool Art Prize has been won by Tabitha Moses, who also picks up the People’s Choice Award.
The septuagenarian feminist artist Margaret Harrison has been announced as the winner of the Northern Art Prize 2013.
Karen MacKinnon has been appointed Director of the Artes Mundi international visual arts exhibition and prize.
Artes Mundi, the Cardiff-based biennial international art award with a top prize of £40,000, is open for nominations for the 2014 edition.
The artist-led Standpoint Gallery announces the winner of this year’s Mark Tanner Sculpture Award during an exhibition that celebrates ten years of the prize.
Canerows, bowel movements and a pile of bricks win the fifth Creekside Open run by Art in Perpetuity Trust, Deptford.
Tino Sehgal, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, David Shrigley and Laure Prouvost have been announced as the shortlisted artists for this year’s Turner Prize.
The Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2013 has opened at The Photographers’ Gallery in London and offers the most expanded view of what photography is, or can be, since its inception.