Contemporary British Painting profile now online.

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Established in 2013 by Robert Priseman in partnership with Simon Carter, Contemporary British Painting seeks to explore and promote current trends in British painting through group exhibitions, talks, publications, an art prize and the donation of paintings to art museums.

We are currently working with Westminster Art Library on a series of monthly reading groups held on the first Thursday of each month, a new three museum annual prize just for painters and a programme of intimate group shows which explore ideas around the relevance of painting in the digital age at the crypt, St. Marylebone (just a 4 min walk from Baker St. tube). St. Marylebone is where Lord Byron was baptised, as well as being the burial place for George Stubbs and Allan Ramsey, setting for one of Hogarth’s ‘Rakes Progress’ paintings and on permanent display is a painting by former President of the Royal Academy Benjamin West (1738-1820).

Our members represent some of the most exciting emerging and award winning painting in the UK today and include European Sovereign Painters Prize winner Susan Gunn, Pollock-Krasner awardee Kelly Jayne, East London Painting Prize winner Nathan Eastwood, John Moores Prize winner Nicholas Middleton, British Academy awardee James Quin, Birtle Prize winner Simon Burton, Venice Biennale exhibitors Marguerite Horner and Phil Illingworth and Griffin Prize exhibitor Matthew Krishanu.

Many thanks to Robert Priseman, The Advisory Group and photographer Douglas Atfield.
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