Overall Winner - Jürgen Wolf & Judge Charles Saumarez Smith
  • Young Masters Art Prize 2014 taking place across two venues Fall 2014

    The Lloyds Club

    42 Crutched Friars, London, EC3N 2AP

    Opening hours: by appointment Monday - Friday, 9.30am - 11.30pm & 3.30pm - 5pm. Fridays 4 - 6pm (last admittance 5.30pm)

    appointments celia@thecynthiacorbettgallery.com

    Nearest Tube: Tower Hill

    Sphinx Fine Art

    125 Kensington Church Street, London, W8 7LP

    Opening hours: Monday - Friday, 10am-6pm; 

    Saturday 11am-4pm; Sunday closed

    Nearest Tube: Notting Hill Gate

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Overall Winner - Jürgen Wolf & Judge Charles Saumarez Smith

Young Masters Art Prize 2014 – Winners Announced

Juergen Wolf and Matt Smith announced as winners of the Young Masters Art Prize and Young Masters Maylis Grand Ceramics Prize 2014   Read The Independent Article “Young Masters Art Prize 2014: Juergen Wolf and Matt Smith named winners” German artist Juergen Wolf was named the winner of the Young Masters Art Prize 2014 at a prize … Continue reading

Sun Ae Kim

Sun Ae Kim on her work…

What is it about Young Masters that you are most interested in? I am interested in how Young Masters celebrates the art history in contemporary art and the importance of the Old Masters’ influence on young artists. Can you explain to us what your work is about? My current studio practice investigates contemporary narratives of … Continue reading

Matt Smith, Feast Part I, 2014, Ceramic and found silver plate stand, 42 x 56 x 23 cm

Matt Smith on his ceramics…

What is it about the Young Masters project that you are most interested in? The context – both the spaces where the work is being shown and also the other works, both contemporary and historic that are being shown alongside the Young Masters selected pieces. I was also interested in – and delighted by – the … Continue reading

Jo Taylor, Ensemble i, 2014, porcelain, 31x32x15cm

Jo Taylor tells us more about her ceramics…

What is it about Young Masters that you are most interested in? The concept of mixing old & new; to be able to celebrate source material and acknowledge this influence in contemporary art. Can you explain to us what your work is about? I am influenced by decorative ornament seen in plaster ceilings, wrought iron … Continue reading

Jane King

Shortlisted ceramist Jane King on her work…

What is it about the Young Masters project that you are most interested in? I am excited to have the opportunity of articulating the influence on my work of ceramics practice from the mid C20th (California 1960s/ expressionism v the Finish Fetish group). Researching this period during my MA was truly the starting point for … Continue reading

Andrew Deem

Ceramist Andrew Deem on his work…

What is it about the Young Masters project that you are most interested in? As a recent graduate from the Royal College of Art, I was initially drawn to the Young Masters as another opportunity to show work completed during my graduate degree. The more I researched, I found it had direct relevance to my … Continue reading

Sophie Harris-Taylor

Sophie Harris Taylor tells us about her photographs…

What is it about the Young Masters project that you are most interested in? I think that all art and expression is led by and the result of things which have gone before, it’s rare that this is so openly embraced and celebrated.  For me it has an extra significance since my work is so … Continue reading

Dem No Know

Shortlisted artist Robert Hodge on his work…

What is it about the Young Masters project that you are most interested in? I was really interested in the works considered to be” master paintings” are how to re- appropriate them to my current situations and modernize them while keeping integrity and having a bit of fun.The Young Master’s program mission really was parallel with … Continue reading

Nick Simpson

Nick Simpson on his work…

What is it about Young Masters that you are most interested in? An artist cannot help being aware of those great artists that went before, and whether consciously or sub-consciously, that must have an effect upon their working practice. Young Masters gives contemporary artists a golden opportunity to acknowledge this and bring their own work … Continue reading

Jongjin Park

Ceramist Jongjin Park about his work…

What is it about Young Masters that you are most interested in? Young Masters is a big opportunity for me to exhibit my work and engage with ceramics, which are highly valued in the UK.  One of the reasons that I wanted to study in the U.K. is to experience British ceramic culture. Can you … Continue reading

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