Jerwood Printmaking Today Prize
are delighted to announce the five shortlisted artists for the Jerwood
Printmaking Today Prize: Prudence Ainslie, nominated by Rabley Gallery;
Nick Archer, nominated by Long & Ryle; Lisa Chang Lee, nominated by
the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers; Sophie Charalambous, nominated
by Rebecca Hossack Gallery; and Calum McClure, nominated by Glasgow
Print Studio. The winner will be announced soon.
shortlist was selected from a wide range of prints reflecting the
diversity of printmaking today. The panel of judges was chaired by Anne
Desmet RA and included Philippa Hogan-Hern (Jerwood); Leonie Bradley
(Printmaking Today); Catherine Daunt (British Museum); and Helen Rosslyn
"It was a pleasure and an honour to chair this prize for a second year. The standard of submissions was, again, very high with memorable prints from young early-career artists and by mid-career artists coming new to printmaking. Works were wonderfully diverse ranging from the intensively figurative to pure abstraction and some bold sloganeering. There were Monoprints, Multi-layered Woodblocks, Screenprints, Etchings, Stone Lithographs and any number of Mixed-Media and experimental processes. Reducing our collective shortlist to just five artists was difficult, yet that difficulty reflects the strength and vitality of the art of print and the increasing numbers of galleries which support it."