Anthology 2017 at Charlie Smith London

Private View & Prize Giving: Thursday 03 August 6.30-8.30pm

CHARLIE SMITH LONDON | 336 Old St, Shoreditch, London EC1V 9DR

 336 Old Street, London EC1V 9DR, United Kingdom | +44 (0)20 7739 4055 | direct@charliesmithlondon.com | www.charliesmithlondon.com | @CHARLIESMITHldn  Wednesday–Saturday 11am–6pm or by appointment  ANTHOLOGY  Open Call Prize Exhibition  PRIVATE VIEW Thursday 03 August 6.30-8.30pm  EXHIBITION DATES Friday 04 August – Saturday 19 August 2017  GALLERY HOURS Wednesday-Saturday 11am-6pm or by appointment   CHARLIE SMITH LONDON announces its seventh edition of the annual juried exhibition Anthology.  Ten finalists will be exhibited  at CHARLIE SMITH LONDON in August 2017 and one winner will receive a £2,500 cash prize and will be profiled on Artlyst. The  winner announcement will take place during the private view on August 3rd .  Selected and curated by internationally respected art world professionals, Anthology is a multi-disciplinary exhibition that reaches  out democratically to artists worldwide. The 2017 jury is Kate Bryan (Art Historian, Curator, Broadcaster), Matthew Collings (Artist,  Writer), Faye Dowling (Curator, Editor, Producer), Zavier Ellis (Gallery Director, Curator, Collector) and Bert Moore (Collector).  The 2017 finalists are:  Tae Eun Ahn  Helen Bermingham  Claudia Carr  Graham Crowley  Luigi Francischello  Giulia Lanza  Steve Moberly  Margaret O’Brien  Lorella Paleni  Jay Rechsteiner  Presented at the CHARLIE SMITH LONDON gallery in Shoreditch, London, the exhibition will continue to be a key barometer of  emerging and established talent, and will continue to provide unforeseen opportunities to artists. Previous winners and finalists  have enjoyed notable success as a direct result of their inclusion in Anthology, having been curated into significant exhibitions;  placed in prominent private collections; and represented by CHARLIE SMITH LONDON.  Previous winners are Tom Ormond (painting), Eric Manigaud (drawing), Robert Crosse (video), Florian Heinke (painting), Ben  Woodeson (sculpture / installation), Beatrice Haines (installation / mixed media) and Eva Masterman (ceramic / sculpture).  Please contact gallery for images and further information

336 Old Street, London EC1V 9DR, United Kingdom | +44 (0)20 7739 4055 | direct@charliesmithlondon.com | www.charliesmithlondon.com | @CHARLIESMITHldn

Wednesday–Saturday 11am–6pm or by appointment

ANTHOLOGY

Open Call Prize Exhibition

PRIVATE VIEW Thursday 03 August 6.30-8.30pm

EXHIBITION DATES Friday 04 August – Saturday 19 August 2017

GALLERY HOURS Wednesday-Saturday 11am-6pm or by appointment

 CHARLIE SMITH LONDON announces its seventh edition of the annual juried exhibition Anthology.  Ten finalists will be exhibited

at CHARLIE SMITH LONDON in August 2017 and one winner will receive a £2,500 cash prize and will be profiled on Artlyst. The

winner announcement will take place during the private view on August 3rd .

Selected and curated by internationally respected art world professionals, Anthology is a multi-disciplinary exhibition that reaches

out democratically to artists worldwide. The 2017 jury is Kate Bryan (Art Historian, Curator, Broadcaster), Matthew Collings (Artist,

Writer), Faye Dowling (Curator, Editor, Producer), Zavier Ellis (Gallery Director, Curator, Collector) and Bert Moore (Collector).

The 2017 finalists are:

Tae Eun Ahn

Helen Bermingham

Claudia Carr

Graham Crowley

Luigi Francischello

Giulia Lanza

Steve Moberly

Margaret O’Brien

Lorella Paleni

Jay Rechsteiner

Presented at the CHARLIE SMITH LONDON gallery in Shoreditch, London, the exhibition will continue to be a key barometer of

emerging and established talent, and will continue to provide unforeseen opportunities to artists. Previous winners and finalists

have enjoyed notable success as a direct result of their inclusion in Anthology, having been curated into significant exhibitions;

placed in prominent private collections; and represented by CHARLIE SMITH LONDON.

Previous winners are Tom Ormond (painting), Eric Manigaud (drawing), Robert Crosse (video), Florian Heinke (painting), Ben

Woodeson (sculpture / installation), Beatrice Haines (installation / mixed media) and Eva Masterman (ceramic / sculpture).

Please contact gallery for images and further information