Young Masters Presents: Jo Taylor, Lucille Lewin and Tessa Eastman at The Arts Club | VIDEO

To coincide with London Craft Week 2018, The Arts Club will be hosting Young Masters Art Prize ceramicists Jo Taylor, Lucille Lewin and Tessa Eastman. In conversation with the Crafts Council UK’s Daniella Wells and collector and curator Preston Fitzgerald – these three contemporary makers discuss their practices and offer an insight into their processes of making. The discussion will be recorded as a…

Andy Burgess ‘Mid-Century Perspectives’ An Exhibition at the Tucson Museum of Art | Video

Mid-Century Perspectives: Paintings by Andy Burgess and Objects of Modern Design, presented by the Tucson Museum of Art is open to the public till 22 April 2018. “Andy Burgess brings a unique perspective and interpretation of mid-century architecture in the Southwest,” said Dr. Julie Sasse, Chief Curator, and Curator of Modern, Contemporary, and Latin American…

The Future is Female: After Nyne Meets Cynthia Corbett & Isabelle van Zeijl

  For a very special edition of the After Nyne Magazine Podcast, Claire Meadows meets Cynthia Corbett, revolutionary gallerist and founder of the Young Masters Art Prize, and Isabelle van Zeijl a highly commended artist whose work became the face of the 2017 edition of the Prize. The trio discuss the history of the prize, what…

Mayfair Art Weekend | Young Masters: Unpacking Gender in the Contemporary Art World – Video

To coincide with the inaugural Young Masters Emerging Woman Art Prize we will present a talk to celebrate and discuss gender issues around art. The panel discussion will be moderated by Susan Mumford, Founder, Association of Woman Art Dealers, and will include Jean Wainwright, Art Historian, Critic and Professor of Contemporary Art and Photography at…

Historical Icons of Beauty | New Photographic Project by Isabelle van Zeijl in Mirror Mirror Magazine

Isabelle van Zeijl’s fascination for blending traditions, history, symbols, and craftsmanship lead her to the designs of award-winning, Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen. Van Herpen expresses the character and emotions of women, extending and enhancing the shape of the feminine body. She mixes craftsmanship, using old and forgotten techniques, with innovation and materials inspired…