Where We Live is an artist-curated exhibition that brings together a group of painters whose work arises out of a sustained attention to a specific place or locality over a long period. The exhibition aims to put a focus on … Read More
The long list for the Contemporary British Painting Prize 2021 is now available to view online at Cohort.art. Huge thanks to Matthew Davis and Fred Thackeray-Vincent for putting this together. You can view the exhibition here.
Artist of the Month December 2021: Sam Douglas, selected and interviewed by Paul Newman for CBP. Sam Douglas works in a tradition of British visionary landscape painters of the past such as Samuel Palmer, Graham Sutherland, and Paul Nash. Like many of his … Read More
Susan Absolon The motifs in Susan Absolon’s paintings are hard to pin down. They avoid declaring their origin or context, and sit somewhere on the path between the figurative and the abstract. Her fluency is in making paintings that can’t … Read More
And the winner is… We are thrilled to announce that the winner of the 2021 Contemporary British Painting Prize is Susan Absolon, and the Highly Commended Award winner is Hannah Murgatroyd. Our congratulations go to all of the short listed … Read More
Artist of the Month November 2021: Ruth Calland, selected and interviewed by Paul Newman for CBP. This month CBP talks with Ruth Calland on her curated group show Darkness at Noon on at the APT gallery in London and about her practice in … Read More
A catalogue to accompany the exhibition ‘Darkness at Noon’ curated by Ruth Calland and with essays by Nick Medford and Stephanie Moran is available to download. If you would like to purchase a hard copy (£10 including postage within the UKA4) … Read More
We are very pleased to announce that the first of two exhibitions for the Contemporary British Painting Prize 2021 will open at Huddersfield Art Gallery on 6 November 2021. The finalists are: Susan Absolon | Tony Antrobus | Roland Hicks … Read More
A group exhibition curated by Ruth Calland and co-selected with Mimei Thompson for Contemporary British Painting. APT Gallery, 6 Creekside, Deptford, London SE8 4SAPrivate view: Thursday 4th November 6pm – 9 pm.Exhibition dates: 4 to 14 November 2021 Artists: Karl … Read More
Supernature brings together five painters who make paintings that could be considered, in part, a contemplation of mankind’s relationship with nature, calling into question what we actually mean when we talk about ‘nature’. In an age where this relationship appears … Read More
Artist of the Month October 2021: Molly Thomson, selected and interviewed by Paul Newman for CBP. Molly Thomson’s work concerns the performance of the painting as an object, using the conventional painting panel as a springboard for action and a vehicle for thought. … Read More
Artist of the Month September 2021: Narbi Price, selected and interviewed by Paul Newman for CBP. For September’s artist of the month feature Narbi Price discusses his Lockdown series and his painting practice in general. Narbi Price’s work involves journeys to specific … Read More
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Membership Membership to Contemporary British Painting is by invitation only, to painters working in the United Kingdom. Membership is reviewed annually and new members are considered through nomination by current members. CBP members are eligible to nominate new members based … Read More
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Artist of the Month August 2021: Amanda Ansell, selected and interviewed by Paul Newman for CBP. CBP: Looking at these small, square, and perfectly formed abstract paintings they give the impression of a painted equivalent to an aspect of a natural environment; … Read More
Artist of the Month July 2021: Marco Cali, selected and interviewed by Paul Newman for CBP. Marco Cali is a UK artist and curator with teaching experience and a parallel interest in writing, cinema and theatre. ‘My practice looks at two aspects of … Read More
The ‘everyday’ or the ‘banal’ has been a source of intrigue for artists for centuries, from Vermeer’s Little Street, through Hammershøi’s empty rooms and Hopper’s filmic landscapes, to the American photorealists of the 1970s and Shaw’s contemporary Midlands housing estate. … Read More