Review of the Young Masters Exhibition at Sphinx Fine Art by Spoonfed

Thank you to Kate Weir for a great review of the Young Masters Exhibition at Sphinx Fine Art on Spoonfed. We are incredibly pleased as always for the wonderful reception that the Young Masters Art Prize and its Artists receive: “The prize is the brainchild of gallery-owner Cynthia Corbett and a selection of works from … Continue reading

Success for Young Masters Frieze Week Private View at Sphinx Fine Art

The exhibition brought together renowned old master paintings with the contemporary artworks placed amongst them, including works by previous years’ prize winners, shortlisted artists and newly graduated artists heavily inspired by their historical counterparts.The exhibition reflects both the relevance and contemporaneity of old master paintings and their influence on the new generation of artists, and perfectly … Continue reading

Frieze Week Private View at Sphinx Fine Art

Frieze week has finally arrived in London, and to coincide with Frieze the final stop of the Young Masters Tour 2013 is almost underway! The private view of the final Young Masters Tour 2013 exhibition will be hosted at Sphinx Fine Art in Notting Hill on Tuesday 15th October from 6pm – 9pm.  The exhibition … Continue reading

Young Masters Graduates at Sphinx Fine Art 2013

We are thrilled to welcome a group of newly-graduated artists to the last stop of the highly successful Young Masters Tour 2013, at Sphinx Fine Art this October. The exhibition will be curated by Daisy McMullan, (MA Curating, Chelsea College of Art and Design), curator of the Young Masters Art Prize 2012. Fresh out of … Continue reading

New Young Masters artist George Morris tells us about his work

New Young Masters artist George Morris tells us about his work, career and plans for the future. Can you explain to us what your work is about? Gesture is central to my practice.  Works I make investigate the physical, social and conceptual condition of gesture. The significance being the potential for a single emblematic movement … Continue reading

Charlotte Bracegirdle at Hite Art Institute, University of Louisville

Between 3 October and 10 November, 2013, Charlotte Bracegirdle (shortlisted for the Young Masters Art Prize, 2009) will be at the Hite Art Institute at the University of Louisville. Charlotte Bracegirdle’s small paintings depict direct scenes from Old Master paintings. She paints on images that already exist: all reproductions, digitally mass produced in books, postcards or prints.  The … Continue reading

Young Master, Nina Fowler at Sphinx Fine Art, 2013

Greatcoat Films have produced a short film about the work of Young Master artist, Nina Fowler, interviewing her on the ideology behind her works in her studio in London. The film was made for the Truscott Arts Programme (TAP), to coincide with their current exhibition of Nina Fowler Print. Nina Mae Fowler (b. 1981, London) studied at … Continue reading

Lottie Davies exhibits at Dong Gang International Photo Festival, 2013

Lottie Davies continues to impress. Currently, work from her memories and night mares series is part of a group show at the Dong Gang International Photo Festival, in South Korea which runs until the 22nd of September 2013 at the Dong Gang Museum. This show is curated by Louise Clements and Joanna Yang, and is titled: ‘The Constructed View: uk … Continue reading

Interview with new Young Masters Artist, Cyrus Mahboubian

We are pleased to announce a new artist to the Tour 2013, photographer Cyrus Mahboubian.   We took some time to ask him some questions about his work, ideas and his involvement with the Young Masters project.  YM: Can you explain to us what your work is about? CM: All photography is to some extent … Continue reading

Maisie Broadhead, selected for Jerwood Makers Open, 2013

Congratualtions to 2009 shortlisted Young Masters Art Prize artist, Maisie Broadhead, who has been selected for the Jerwood Makers Open 2013. Maisie presents a series of re-workings of Renaissance painter Paolo Veronese’s series ‘Allegory of Love.’ Her work draws upon her own personal experience and the use of contemporary objects to interpret these four different facets: Scorn; … Continue reading