Art Gemini Prize exhibition installation 2018

The Art Gemini Prize 2018

The sixth ArtGemini Prize Finalist’s Exhibition

25 – 29 September 2018

Menier Gallery, 51 Southwark Street, London SE1 1RU

 

Art Gemini Prize exhibition installation 2018

Art Gemini Prize exhibition installation 2018

 

The ArtGemini Prize is a celebration of international contemporary art by emerging and established artists from around the globe. It is an independent competition open to all artists around the world.

This year the finalist’s exhibition will be held in the prestigious Menier Gallery in London between the 25th and 29th of September 2018.  The exhibition features artwork selected by an expert panel of judges who include leading arts sector professionals. This year’s judging panel includes; Isabel H Langtry, Dr Michael Pritchard, Arturo Garcia de las Heras, Oliver Norris, Daniel Komala and Chiara Williams. Prize winners will be announced during the finalist’s exhibition.

 

Art Gemini Prize winner 'Trepidation, 2013' © Daniel Enyon

Art Gemini Prize winner ‘Trepidation, 2013’ © Daniel Enyon

 

Since 2012, the ArtGemini Prize has championed and promoted contemporary art from around the world. The prize receives more than 900 entries from over 30 countries. The aim of the prize is to promote global creativity and excellence and to showcase a wide range of work by emerging and established artists.

‘ArtGemini Prize recognises cross-cultural traditions and is open to artists of every persuasion, reaching a global audience on a respectable platform and judged by professionals of high standard and repute.’ – Artist Nivedita Pande, India

‘It truly felt like an international exhibition and had a coherent selection of artists with sympathetic styles.’ – Artist Perdita Sinclair

For more information please visit;

https://www.artgeminiprize.com/

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