Contemporary British Painting Prize

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The Contemporary British Painting Prize is now accepting applications. From the submissions 12 artists will be invited to bring three works chosen by the selectors to form The Contemporary British Painting Prize: Group Show 2017 taking place at the Stables Gallery, Orleans House, Richmond Museum, London from August to October 2017. A prize winning painting will be selected from the exhibited works. The winning artist will receive a solo exhibition at The Herrick Gallery, London; a critical essay on their practice and a £2,000 purchase prize of their winning work. There is a submission fee of £18.

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Expires: April 30, 2017


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