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10 Sep 2013

Young Masters Tour- Sphinx Fine Art

Derrick Santini, Seven for a Secret

Young Masters Tour- Sphinx Fine Art
The Cynthia Corbett Gallery


8th Oct – 23rd Oct
Opening Hours:
Mon – Fri 10am – 6pm Sat 11am – 4pm, or by appointment
Private View:
Tues 15th October, 6pm – 9pm

Cynthia Corbett
+44 (0) 20 8947 6782

Sphinx Fine Art
125 Kensington Church Street,
London W8 7LP

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We are delighted to announce that once again the Young Masters Art Prize will be exhibiting at Sphinx Fine Art.

This year the exhibition forms the final stop of the highly successful Young Masters Tour 2013. The exhibition will be curated by Daisy McMullan, (MA Curating, Chelsea College of Art and Design), curator of the Young Masters Art Prize 2012.

Exhibiting artists will include the winner of the Prize 2012 Lottie Davies, runner-up Georgia Dodson and shortlisted artists, Charles Moxon, Fabiano Parisi, Christoph Steinmeyer, Derrick Santini, Nina Fowler and selected artists including Elise Ansel, Jamie Lumley, Aileen McEwan and Nicole Etienne, with many more to be announced.

The Young Masters Art Prize has a long standing relationship with Sphinx Fine Art, whose beautiful Old Master Gallery in Kensignton Church Street has hosted exhibitions combining their stunning collection of Old Master pieces with the innovative, contemporary works of the Young Masters artists. This inspiring show will juxtapose a diverse approach to the art of the past by global, emerging artists with works by well known Old Masters, including Turner, Brueghal, Hals and Teniers.

The Young Masters Art Prize is a unique, not-for-profit biennial competition open to international and UK-based artists who combine skill and innovation with awareness of the Old Masters and art of the past. It aims to give global recognition to artists in the early stages of their career.

The Tour 2013 follows the second edition of the Prize in 2012.