Amanda McCavour, Poppies, 2018
Young Masters Art Prize 2023
Deadline June 11, 2023
Cynthia Corbett Gallery

The 6th edition of Young Masters Art Prize encourages contemporary artists to look back to the art of the past and art history to inspire their work, whether through technique, concept, theme or medium.

We are looking for artists who show originality, skill and imagination in response to the art of the past. You can interpret this as widely and creatively as you wish.

For artists working in Ceramics there is a dedicated Young Masters Maylis Grand Ceramics Prize, which runs concurrently with the Young Masters Art Prize.

Shortlisted artists will be featured in an exhibition in central London in October 2023, and in a printed catalogue.

All shortlisted artists will be invited to the Prize Giving ceremony, and featured on our website, in our email newsletters, and on our Instagram page.

Our mission is to support emerging artists from across the world, bringing their work to a wider audience through a triennial Art Prize and a regular program of touring exhibitions and fairs as well as maintaining a vibrant online presence that showcases our wide network of hundreds of talented artists. This global visibility and support can be career-making and life-changing, with opportunities for sales, exhibitions, gallery representation, press, and much more.

Artpil periodically publishes submitted announcements of outside opportunities we do not administer. We recommend researching further prior to submitting, especially if entry fees are required.
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    Oct 20 – Nov 18, 2023
    Berlin, Germany

    Martyrs is a double premiere: Salvatore Siciliano’s first solo exhibition and JERGON’s first curated painting exhibition. Siciliano’s works exude his background as a choreographer and connoisseur of the pulsations of bodies, their tensions, their power, and their potential. These bodies are always excessive, always beyond themselves, coming together in a subversive encounter between the figurative and the abstract, between drawing and painting, between joy and sacrifice. (more…)