Young Masters Art Prize is Now Open For Applications

The Young Masters Art Prize, an International prize celebrating emerging and established contemporary artists who pay homage to the skill and innovation of the Old Masters and art of the past, launches its fourth edition and Call for Artists on the 4th October 2016. Applications are invited until 28th February 2017. The Young Masters Art … Continue reading

Young Masters Introducing Anoush Abrar

Anoush Abrar was born in Teheran and moved to Switzerland at the age of five. He studied at the University of Arts in Lausanne where he has taught photography since 2005 while pursuing an artistic career. In 2015 Abrar received the 2nd Prize in the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2015, celebrated with an exhibition … Continue reading

Young Masters Exhibition Artists: Maisie Broadhead

Maisie Broadhead creates photographs that reinterpret historical paintings concerned with questions of ‘value’. Broadhead’s eye for detail and composition is conveyed through the elaborate set designs, lavish costume, and dramatic narrative. The viewer’s eye indulges in Broadhead’s re-presentation of rich, sumptuous scenes, often with a humorous contemporary touch. By using contemporary and historical elements, the images link … Continue reading

Introducing American video artist, Asya Reznikov

Asya Reznikov was born in Leningrad but moved at the age of five to Boston with her family as political refugees. Since she was the first in her family to learn English, she became both the translator and link with the new culture. In her artistic practice, Reznikov has been developing a poetics around the … Continue reading

Young Masters is pleased to present ‘VEIL’, 2016

Young Masters is delighted to present “Veil” (2016), an installation based on virtual reality (VR) technologies to transport visitors into an alternate gallery space. In an evocative way, the piece invites the visitor to experience the gallery in a new perspective as the technology subverts the traditional gallery experience. “Veil” is the result of the … Continue reading

Announcing Yigal Ozeri : Guest Artist – Young Masters Exhibition Fall 2016

We are delighted to announce that New York City based Israeli artist Yigal Ozeri, will be a guest artist, exhibiting as part of the forthcoming Young Masters Exhibition – Celebrating the Launch of the Fourth Edition of The Young Masters Art Prize.   Best known for his large-scale cinematic portraits of young women in vast … Continue reading

A look inside the V&A ceramic studio with artist Matt Smith

Hear from Matt Smith, V&A Ceramics resident October 2015 – March 2016, about how his visit to the Spode factory in Stoke-on-Trent inspired him to create a new ‘soundscape’, a visual melody singing to the current state of the factory. A collaboration with composer Dimitrios Skyllas has resulted in an aural composition based on this … Continue reading

Young Masters Introducing Jon Carmichael at RonRobinson, LA

“Since I was a child, I had an immense curiosity for the world, the Universe, and our place in it. It wasn’t until photography came into my life that everything began to make sense to me. My wanderlust and curiosity for the world finally had meaning and a purpose.” – Jon Carmichael   Young Masters … Continue reading

Emilie Taylor is interviewed for the the Affordable Art Fair, London

Up and coming ceramic artist Emilie Taylor is one of the most exciting new additions to the Affordable Art Fair this spring and gave a special featured interview for the Affordable Art Fair blog. Her pots, heavily subject-driven and created using heritage craft processes, have received much acclaim and will be shown in Battersea amongst … Continue reading

The Young Masters will present with The Cynthia Corbett Gallery at PULSE NY

We are proud to announce that two of our shortlisted artists have been selected to show with The Cynthia Corbett at PULSE NY, 3-6 March, 2016. Fabiano Parisi a returning PULSE exhibitor and Isabelle van Zeijl is making her debut this year. Fine Art Photographer Isabelle van Zeijl explores the aesthetics of the past to bring … Continue reading