Artlyst Photo Special: Anthology 2015 At CHARLIE SMITH London

CHARLIE SMITH LONDON announces its fifth edition of the annual juried exhibition Anthology. Selected and curated by internationally respected art world professionals, Anthology is a multi-disciplinary exhibition that reaches out democratically to artists worldwide. Presented at the CHARLIE SMITH LONDON gallery in Shoreditch, London, the exhibition will continue to be a key barometer of emerging and established talent.

Sally Kindberg, Messier 31 (Or Andomeda Galaxy) Extended Version 2015, photo P A Black © Artlyst 2015

Consisting of ten finalists selected from 900 applicants, the exhibition runs until 15 August 2015. The cash prize of £2,000 was presented to one winner by CHARLIE SMITH LONDON. This year’s winner was artist Beatrice Haines with her evocative table sculptures, who will also be profiled by State Media and Artlyst.

Image: Gary Colclough, Aftermath 2012, photo P A Black © Artlyst 2015

This year’s artists are: Darren Coffield, Gary Colclough, Michal Cole, Beatrice Haines, Henry Hussey, Sally Kindberg, Oliver McConnie, Flavia Pitis, Christos Tsimaris, Lisa Wright.

Michal Cole, Human Condition, 2014, photo P A Black © Artlyst 2015

The 2015 jury members are Kurt Beers (Beers London), Paul Carter-Robinson (Artlyst), Christine Coulson (Private Collector), Zavier Ellis (CHARLIE SMITH LONDON / THE FUTURE CAN WAIT) and Mike von Joel (State Media). Previous winners of the prize are Tom Ormond, Eric Manigaud, Robert Crosse, Florian Heinke and Ben Woodeson.

Beatrice Haines, Sanatorium 2012, photo P A Black © Artlyst 2015

Beatrice Haines, Sanatorium 2012, detail, photo P A Black © Artlyst 2015

Anthology – CHARLIE SMITH London – until 15 August 2015

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