Susan Absolon | Sinead Aldridge | Jacqueline Alkema | Amanda Ansell | Tony Antrobus | Damaris Athene | Katie Beth Avey | Tom Banks | Sarah Barker Brown | Titus Barker | Tina Bechert | Helena Benz | Jo Berry | Kelly Best | Karl Beilik | Fiona Birnie & Kevin Broughton | Yvette Blackwood | Helen Blake | Helen Booth | Donna Brewins-Cook | Claire Brewster | Manuel Brillaud & Jade Hidden | Charlotte Brisland | Louise Bristow | Elise Broadway | Orlanda Broom | Phillipa Brown | Stephen Buckeridge | Megan Burns | John Busher | Max Cahn | Jill Campbell | Hannah Campion | John Carroll | Francisco Centofanti | Corinne Charlton | Minyoung Choi | John Clarke | Ronnie Cook | Sarah Cooney | Paul Crook | Gordon Dalton | Rhiannon Davies | Gabriel Di Mauro | Lucy Donald | Nathan Down | Tom Down | Tamara Dubnyckyj | Sarah Dudman | Zachary Dutton | Jenny Eden | Garry Edmiston-Taylor | Frances Edmonds | Kelly Ewing | Jane Fairhurst | Philip Flanagan | Susan Francis | Pippa Gatty | Richard Graville | Jason Gregory | Oliver Guyon | Adam Hennessey | Christopher Holloway | Laure Hudson | Mew Jirasirikul | Andy Jones | Graham Jones | Lucia Jones | Jarik Jongman | Bernadette Kerrigan | Catherine Knight | Catrin Llwyd | Paula MacArthur | Alice MacDonald | Christopher Marsh | Eilish McCann | Michael McCormack | Rachel McDonnell | James Moore | Anthony Morris | Ruth Murray | Sylwia Narbutt | Max Naylor | Rolina Nell | Philip Nicol | Elvire Oddy | Mahali O’Hare | Amy Owen | Susanne Lund Pangrazio | Wu Peiwen | Nadja Plein | Rhodrin Rees | William Reinsch | Geza Ricz | Tim Ridley | Luke Roberts | Ed Saye | Lee Shott | Jayne Anita-Smith | Tomos Sparnon | Danilo Stojanovic | Mircea Teleaga | Molly Thomson | Hannah Turner-Duffin | Avis Underwood | Monica Perez Vega | Ziling Wang | Jan Williams
Launched in 2012, beep (biennial exhibition of painting) is a contemporary painting prize drawing artists from all over the world, taking place every 2 years, beep supports imaginative and vibrant practice in contemporary painting.
Beep this year returns with an expanded programme of satellite painting led exhibitions, residencies and symposiums around the main prize show in partnership with Swansea galleries and educational organisations.
The judges this year for the main prize show are celebrated artists Andre Stitt & Sue Williams. The winner will receive £1000 and a solo exhibition with elysium gallery. There is Welsh artist prize of £200 sponsored by the Friends of the Glynn Vivian & a peoples prize of £200 selected by the visitors to the show.
Swansea College of Art, Dynevor Campus, De-La Beche St, Swansea, SA1 3EU
www.beeppainting.com | open Tues – Sat 11am – 5pm
Image: Rhiannon Davies, Twats in Coats, 2018
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