YOUNG MASTERS ART PRIZE EXHIBITION - PART 2 - OPENING
SOON AT SPHINX FINE ART
The Young Masters Art Prize Part 2, opens at Sphinx Fine Art on the 14th October and runs until 31st October, with the exclusive Private View on the Wednesday 15th October 2014, 6-9pm.
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Young Masters Art Prize Part 2
14 - 31 October 2014
Sphinx Fine Art
125 Kensington Church Street, London, W8 7LP
Opening hours: Monday - Friday, 10am-6pm;
Saturday 11am-4pm; Sunday closed
Nearest Tube: Notting Hill Gate
YOUNG MASTERS ART PRIZE EXHIBITION OPENS AT THE LLOYDS CLUB
Alice Palmer's bold knitted tapestries, David Wearing an Apron of David and Traffic Cone, Duke of Wellington 2,
are now on display at The Lloyds Club in London.
The Young Masters Art Prize was established by gallerist Cynthia Corbett in 2009. This year the shortlist has been selected from over 300 applications and the winner will be selected by a panel of judges comprising art historian and journalist, Godfrey Barker (Head Judge); Secretary and Chief Executive of the Royal Academy of Arts, Charles Saumarez Smith; Founder of Sphinx Fine Art, Roy Bolton; international collector, Werner Grub; Founder and Director of Fluff PR, Ben Austin; and Associate Director of the Young Masters Art Prize, Daisy McMullan.
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Young Masters Art Prize Part 1
16 September - 05 December 2014
The Lloyds Club
42 Crutched Friars, London, EC3N 2AP
by appointment Mon - Fri, 9.30am - 11.30pm & 3.30pm - 5pm
Friday's 3.30 - 6pm (last appointment 5.30pm)
Nearest Tube: Tower Hill
ALICE PALMER DRESS FEATURED AT THE 'KNITWEAR CHANEL TO WESTWOOD' EXHIBITION
A garment from Palmer's 'Vertigo' collection features in the 'Knitwear Chanel to Westwood' exhibition, curated by Sandy Black, Professor of Fashion and Textile Design and Technology at London College of Fashion.
The garment (bottom left) was inspired by the silvery and grey clothes worn by Kim Novak in the Alfred Hitchcock movie 'Vertigo'. It is displayed in the 'Visionary Knitwear Design' section of the exhibition.
'Inspirational vintage fashion knitwear from the 20th century. Highlights include 1920s Chanel jersey, 1930s woollen swimwear, 1970s Bill Gibb and conceptual garments from 1980s and 90s designers Comme des Garçons, Vivienne Westwood and Julien MacDonald. An exciting combination of famous names and visually exciting pieces, the exhibition charts the influence of art movements Pop, Punk and Deconstruction alongside new knitwear technologies and design innovation..'
Fashion and Textile Museum
83 Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3XF
19 September 2014 – 18 January 2015
Tuesdays to Saturdays, 11am – 6pm
Thursdays until 8pm
Last admission 45 minutes before closing