The largest and longest-running annual open exhibition for drawing in the UK, presented in collaboration with Bath Spa University.
Selected from original drawings, the Jerwood Drawing Prize has established a reputation for its commitment to championing excellence, and to promoting and celebrating the breadth of contemporary drawing practice. The exhibition provides a platform to showcase the work of UK-based drawing practitioners, from student to established, and as a project helps to define a wider understanding of the role and value of drawing in creative practice.
Farina Alam, Nathan Anthony, Rachel Bacon, Jo Barber, Amelie Barnathan, Deborah Boyd Whyte, Nici Bungey, Caroline Burraway, Lewis Chamberlain, Jade Chorkularb, Kelly Chorpening, Małgorzata Dawidek, James Eagle, Kristian Evju, Kate Fahey, Mike FitzGerald, Gillian Foot, Christopher Fry, David Gardner, Sue Gilmore, Gill Gregory, Nicola Grellier, Heather Hancock, Michael Hancock, Summer Howard, Julia Hutton, Bruce Ingram, Adriana Ionascu, Lottie Jackson-Eeles, Anna Sofie Jespersen, Ben Johnson, Helen Jones, Tae Yeon Kim, Samuel Little, Jude Lunn, Penny McCarthy, Shona McGovern, Richard McVetis, Catrin Morgan, Eleanor Morgan, Craig Morris, Marion Piper, Messua Poulin-Wolff, Tyler Reed, Raji Salan, Annie Samuel, Solveig Settemsdal, Martyn Simpson, Helen Thomas, Kevin Tole, Thomas Treherne, Kazuya Tsuji, Vandana, David Winthrop, Aishan Yu.
Tuesday, 13 September 2016, 5-7 p.m.
Jerwood Visual Arts / Jerwood Space, 171 Union Street, Bankside, London SE1 0LN
Exhibition: 14 Sept. – 23 Oct. 2016
The Edge, University of Bath, Claverton Down, Bath BA2 7AY
Exhibition: 4 Nov. – 16 Dec 2016
The Turnpike Arts Centre, Leigh, Lancashire
Exhibition: 14 Jan. – 11 Mar. 2017
Arts University Bournemouth Gallery, Willisdown, Poole, Dorset, BH12 5HH
Exhibition: 30 Mar. – 27 Apr. 2017
In 2016 works have been selected for inclusion by Glenn Brown, artist; Stephanie Buck, Director of Kupferstich-Kabinett at Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden; and Paul Hobson, Director, Modern Art Oxford.