ANTHOLOGY-Submission deadline: JUNE 15TH

5 Aug 2011 – 20 Aug 2011

Regular hours

11:00 – 18:00
11:00 – 18:00
11:00 – 18:00
11:00 – 18:00

Cost of entry

£10 + £2 VAT for Art Entries, viewing admission Free

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£1,000 Prize Juried Exhibition, hosted by CHARLIE SMITH london. Please email 'anthology@charliesmithlondon.com' for details and applications. The Jury consists of, Zavier Ellis (Chair): the Director of the Hoxton gallery CHARLIE SMITH london. He is also co-founder of the museum scale show for emerging artists The Future Can Wait and has curated exhibitions internationally including in LA, Naples, Rome, Berlin, Klaipeda and London. Known as an acute talent spotter he has identified and exhibited a number of important young artists from art college including David Blandy, Oliver Clegg, Tessa Farmer, Sam Jackson, Monica Ursina Jäger, Annie Kevans, Nika Neelova and Douglas White. Zavier is also a practicing artist and has most recently exhibited at Paul Stolper Gallery in London and Museum der Moderne in Salzburg. Paul Carey-Kent: a freelance art critic whose writings can be found at paulsartworld.blogspot.com. Paul was Editor at Large for Art World magazine 2007-09, and now reviews for ARTnews, ArtUS, ArtLystà‚ and The Art Newspaper. He also frequently writes for contemporary galleries. Paul aims to visit every significant show in London, and writes a column for the Saatchi Online Magazine recommending his top ten exhibitions to see each month. Paul has a BA (Hons) in Philosophy from Oxford University and an M Phil in Poetry from the University of Glamorgan. Roy Exley: a freelance art critic and curator who has written for prestigious publications including Art Monthly, Art Review, Contemporary, Flash Art, Art Press (Paris), Blueprint, Camera Austria, Portfolio, Creative Camera and Art World. Since 2000 he has curated eleven exhibitions in London and Paris and has been a judge for the Photosynkyria Biennaleà‚ in Thessaloniki, Greece, and twice for the BOC Young Artists award. As a visiting lecturer specialising in contemporary photography, he has worked at a number of British Universities. à‚  Werner Grub: a London based German collector who has been collecting art in all mediums for more than 20 years. Werner's substantial collection has been gathered from galleries and artists across the globe. Taking a proactive approach to his interest, he enjoys providing connectivity within his international network where appropriate. Werner is a founding partner at the independent merchant bank Richmond Park Partners LLP. AND Edward Lucie-Smith: an internationally known art critic and historian who is also a curator, a published poet, an anthologist and a practicing photographer. He has published more than one hundred books in all, chiefly but not exclusively about contemporary art. Edward is generally regarded as the most prolific and the most widely published writer on art in the country. A number of his art books, among them Movements in Art since 1945; Visual Arts of the 20th Century; A Dictionary of Art Terms and Art Today are used as standard texts throughout the world.


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