Ruth Borchard Self portrait prize

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Abstract

The Ruth Borchard Self-Portrait Prize celebrates contemporary British and Irish self-portraiture. It offers a unique opportunity for both established and emerging artists to compete for a £10,000 prize, the chance to be included in a curated, four-month exhibition at Piano Nobile Kings Place and, opportunity for their work to be purchased by the Ruth Borchard Next Generation Collection – the UK’s only collection of self-portraits.

For 2019, the winner of the £10 000 prize will be selected by a prestigious panel of judges including Sean Rainbird (Director of the National Gallery of Ireland), Professor Deborah Swallow (Director of the Courtauld Institute of Art), Air Chief Marshall Sir Stephen Hillier (Head of the RAF), Martin Gayford (art critic and writer), Marc Steene (Director of Outside In) and 2017 prize winner, Benjamin Ogbebor.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationPiano Nobile, Kings Place, London
PublisherPiano Nobile, Kings Place, London
Size1
Publication statusPublished - 29 Apr 2019

Keywords

  • Painting
  • Painting and the Digital
  • Painting Exhibition

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    Tyler, P. (Author/Creator). (2019). Ruth Borchard Self portrait prize. Exhibition, Piano Nobile, Kings Place, London.