Exhibitions

The Young Masters Art Prize was first launched in 2009 by London-based American gallerist, Cynthia Corbett. The Young Masters Art Prize is a unique not-for-profit competition, which aims to give international recognition to emerging and newly established artists who are inspired by the Old Masters. Open to both international and UK-based artists, through the publicity that the exhibition and prize offers, this competition aims to encourage and nurture the artists evolving careers.

Young Masters Art Prize 2009 – the inaugural exhibition resulted in the joint winners Hector de Gregorio and artist duo Ghost of a Dream

An excerpt of the Young Masters Art Prize 2009 toured internationally in 2009–10 to Art Miami, FL; Art First Bologna (Ghost of a Dream); and Scope Basel. Also, a solo exhibition of the work by Lluís Barba was presented at the Courtauld Institute as part of the excerpt of Young Masters Revisited from 30 October – 31 October 2010

Young Masters Revisited 2010 – exhibited in the autumn at the Old Truman Brewery and Sphinx Fine Art from 7 October – 4 November 2010.

Young Masters@ SPHINX 2011 – an interim show that ran from 8 October – 5 November 2011 exhibiting new and emerging artists alongside their Old Master predecessors in Notting Hill at Sphinx Fine Art.

Young Masters@ SPHINX 2012 – part one of the 2012 Young Masters Art Prize that ran from 9th October – 26th October 2012 showing the shortlisted artists alongside the Old Master works at Sphinx Fine Art in Notting Hill.

Young Masters@ SPHINX 2013 – the final stop of the Young Masters Tour 2013 that ran from 8th October – 23rd October 2013 showing the previous year prize winners with shortlisted and newly graduated artists alongside the Old Master works at Sphinx Fine Art in Notting Hill.

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