The Contemporary British Painting Prize 2017 catalogue features the work of the 12 finalists and includes an introduction by Robert Priseman. Read the essay A Moral Life: Place and Memory on the work of Narbi Price (the 2017 prize winner) written by Nicholas Usherwood. … Read More
The Stables Gallery, Orleans House, Riverside, Twickenham, London TW1 3DY25 August – Sunday 22 October 2017 ARTISTS: Michael Ajerman, Jake Clark, Jadé Fadojutimi, Louise Giovanelli, Juliette Losq, Cara Nahaul, Simon Parish, Narbi Price, Alli Sharma, Joan Sugrue, Molly Thomson and Helen Turner. WINNER: Narbi Price. The twelve shortlisted artists were selected by … Read More
Westminster Art Library: 31 July – 5 August 2017Solo exhibition by Ruth Philo These paintings explore walking and paint. The slow physical act of walking the ground and the equally physical act of making a painting: sourcing pigments, stretching canvas, … Read More
Works by members of Contemporary British Painting selected by Anna McNay25 July – 5 August 2017 Despite, and perhaps because of, the global, mass and social medial world in which it exists, contemporary British painting is and remains something complexly personal, … Read More
Paintings by Jules ClarkeWestminster Reference Library Exhibition Space: 3 July – 8 July 2017 As part of an ongoing series of solo shows featuring artists from the Contemporary British Painters group, Jules Clarke will be showing new work from 3-8 July. The … Read More
Curated by Marco Cali – The Crypt: 1 July – 28 September 2017Artists: Amanda Ansell, Emily Ball, Simon Carter, Keith Murdoch. Read a transcript from the panel discussion.Download a pdf catalogue. Over the last few years, Contemporary British Painting has staged … Read More
A catalogue to accompany the exhibition Drawing into Landscape curated by Marco Cali. Artists: Amanda Ansell, Emily Ball, Simon Carter, Keith Murdoch. Download the catalogue.
Essay by Andy Parkinson In 2017 the exhibition Colour: A Kind of Bliss brought together six British painters concerned with different approaches to the use of intense energy and luminous qualities of colour. Through varying densities of paint and chroma, … Read More
Essay Terry Greene Abstract art emerged from the United States of America in the 20th Century and has continued to evolve and flourish in 21st Century Britain. Explore some of Terry Greene’s ideas on this subject in his essay “Some … Read More
Marguerite Horner talks about winning an award in the 2017 National Open Art awards for her painting of the Eritrean church in the 2014 Calais Jungle refugee camp.
Essay by Dr Judith Tucker To accompany the exhibition “Contemporary Masters from Britain: 80 British Painters of the 21st Century”, Judith Tucker of the University of Leeds explores the role of the tactile and ‘real’ work of art in an … Read More
Exhibition by Julian BrownWestminster Art Library: 3 – 8th April 2017 Julian Brown was born in 1974 and trained at The Royal Academy Schools. Of his paintings Julian says ‘The imagery in my work is very heavily influenced by childhood visions and the … Read More
Curated by Lucy Cox and Freya PurdueThe Crypt: 5 April – Friday 30 June 2017 Julian Brown | Lucy Cox | Jeff Dellow | David Manley | Andy Parkinson | Freya Purdue “Colour is a kind of bliss . . … Read More
Susie Hamilton: Have you always painted the human ﬁgure? When did you start painting the fragmented figure? David Lock: Yes, although at Reading Uni I went through a period of abstraction, but during my MA at Goldsmiths the figure came … Read More
Rearranging Curves by Amanda AnsellWestminster Reference Library: 30th January – 4th February 2017 Amanda Ansell was born 1976 in Sudbury, Suffolk and studied at the Norwich School of Art and Design (1995-1998) and The Slade School of Fine Art (1998-2000). This … Read More
Curated by Charley PetersThe Crypt: 18th January – 24th March 2017 Lisa Denyer | Ian Goncharov | Phil IIlingworth | Sarah Longworth-West | Lee Marshall | Laurence Noga | Playpaint | Clare Price Panel discussion Saturday 18th March 2-4pm: Painter, … Read More
A catalogue to accompany the exhibition Merge Visible curated by and essay by Charley Peters. Artists: Lisa Denyer, Ian Goncharov, Phil IIlingworth, Sarah Longworth-West, Lee Marshall, Laurence Noga, Playpaint and Clare Price. Download the catalogue.
’30 x 30 x 34′ CBP Group Show 2016Curated by Wendy Saunders and Paula MacArthur.The Crypt: 8 November 2016 – 4 January 2017 The 2016 group show ’30 x 30 x 34′ is an exhibition of small works by 34 artists from Contemporary British Painting … Read More
Solo show by Matthew Krishanu and curated with Anneka French.Westminster Reference Library: 27 October to Saturday 05 November 2016 Expatriates is a solo exhibition of paintings of English expatriates in India and Bangladesh. The portraits are shown alongside fragmentary landscapes … Read More
Group Painting Exhibition Hosted by ArtHelixNYC: 20 – 23 October 2016 Contemporary British Painting is pleased to present Slippery & Amorphous, a group painting exhibition hosted by ArtHelix at the 2nd Bushwick International Exposition in Brooklyn, New York. Featuring the … Read More
The Contemporary British Painting Prize 2016 catalogue features the work of the 15 finalists and includes an introduction by Robert Priseman. Read the essay Painting the scene of the self on the work of Cathy Lomax (the 2016 prize winner) written by Nicholas Usherwood. … Read More