• Cynthia Corbett Gallery is proud to announce a major comeback of the Gallery and its not-for-profit international art initiative Young Masters Art Prize to South Kensington, where the Prize was started in 2009. The Gallery will be in residence in the quirky and eclectic The Exhibitionist Hotel (8-10 Queensberry Place, South Kensington, London, SW7 2EA) and The Gainsborough Hotel (7-11 Queensberry Pl, South Kensington, London SW7 2DL) from 10 October 2022 until 10 January 2023. This is an initiative in collaboration with Vestalia Chilton, curator of The Exhibitionist and Director of Kensington + Chelsea Festival, Kensington.

     

  • The Exhibition co-curated by director Cynthia Corbett and curator Daisy McMullan is focused on new work that responds to the Young Masters theme of celebrating innovation and skill in response to the art of the past. The artists included come from across the world offering a variety of perspectives on the wider, global canon of past masters. Much of the work addresses urgent themes such as climate change, gender identity and creativity from a post-Covid perspective.

  • This eclectic exhibition comprises work in a range of media, including painting, photography, ceramics, collage and digital. It is a fresh new look at the Young Masters theme, in a world that is changing faster and more drastically than ever before.

     

  • The Young Masters Art Exhibition comprises work by: Rosie Emerson, Jemima Murphy, Elaine Woo MacGregor, Miranda Boulton, Annette Marie Townsend, Jason Kattenhorn, Ramon Omolaja Adeyemi, Jane Ward, Xanthe Burdett, Alison Mulroy, Stephannie Cartwright, Maria Diletta Rondoni, Camilla Hanney, Olga Morozova, Zoe Weisselberg, Ryan Barrett, Freya Nash, Andree Adley, Valerie Bernardini, Ronan McGeough, Kate Quinlan, Margo Selby, Felix Chesher, Anietie Ekanem, Darren Ball, Jasmine Su, Juanyan Gardner, Inger Sif Heeschen, Michelle Heron, Adele Howitt, Ashley January, Amy Robson, Viktoria Kurganskaia, Glynis Lamond, Dawn Langley, Katherine LubarSaeRi Seo, Kristin Sjaarda, Viet Ha Tran, Sarah Mark/ Typing Threads, Andrea Tyrimos, Edgar Ward, Anja Wülfing, Yusun Won, Molly Wu, Tobi Eniafe, Eniafe Gbenga, Ara Deinde, Mils Bridgewater,  Laura Tanner, Kate Braine, Eve de Haan.
  • This is an exhibition to raise funds for the Young Masters 6th Edition planned for June 2023 as well as a showcase of fresh and emerging talent, with a Young Masters Benefit Jazz Concert to take place on 14th December 2022.