Clyde & Co Art Award Winners Announced & Auction Launched!

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Clyde & Co are delighted to announce the winners of this year’s Art Awards: Lucas Dupuy (Clyde & Co Art Award Winner) – Book Painting 1 & 2 Christina Kim-Symes (Staff Vote Winner) – Retreat, Glow, Solitude, Pause, Summer in Wimbledon & Longing Zsuzsa Benke (Blank Canvas Commission Winner) – Not Just What You Say,...

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ARTISTIC INSIGHT – ZOE WHEELER

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Flexible PVC is a plastic that appears to be sterile, yet it’s malleability and synthetic colouring with magical qualities of a light active edge entices participants to want to touch and form a relationship with its form. It’s ability to transform into an object that contradicts its industrial conception demonstrates its significance as a material...

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ARTISTIC INSIGHT – CHRISTINA KIM-SYMES

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The paintings ‘Glow’, ‘Retreat’, ‘Pause’ and ‘Summer in Wimbledon’ displayed at Clyde & Co, reflect my time in London over the past three years. Although I love being in the city, at times I find myself pining for the peacefulness of the countryside. I made it my mission to visit as many of the local...

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ARTISTIC INSIGHT – RAPHAEL BARRATT

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These three large oil pastel drawings, completed in May this year, stand at an important juncture in my life and work. A puzzling sense of weight and of nascent, shifting landscapes is a fundamental element in these pieces. The high perspective and organic forms where developed from my observations and memories of the steep rocky...

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ARTISTIC INSIGHT: JORDAN DAWSON

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  Jordan Dawson’s art practice is characterised by hyperreal portraits that explore many different physical forms and traits that are subject to societal judgement. Tattoos, prosthetic limbs, freckles, scars, anorexia and cancer are some of the subject matters that he examines through meticulously detailed pencil drawings.   ‘We live in a deeply superficial world that...

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ARTISTIC INSIGHT – ANTOINE LANGENIEUX-VILLARD

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  Door-window, 2017 – Installation Degree show   My practice forms an investigation of the elements that belong to the picture plan. I consider painting as a mode of construction and as a tool to materialise the dialectic between seeing and touching. I find a narrative in the way a painting has been made and...

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ARTISTIC INSIGHT – LIZ MIDDLETON

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I am a sculptor and stone letterer based in central London. My practice is driven by an attraction to the qualities of stone: its materiality, mass and placement. Through materials like coal, chalk, charcoal, graphite, pigments, paint and stone itself, I explore themes of my practice which include subtle and stark contrasts, the juxtaposition of...

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ARTISTIC INSIGHT – MISBAH SIDDIQUE

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My work exhibited at the Clyde & Co Art Award developed as a way to record certain thoughts into something tangible. I am interested in terms such as affect, which describes a feeling or experience that doesn’t have the right match in words. I try to develop new making skills at the same time as learning more...

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ARTISTIC INSIGHT – LUCY RALPH

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My paintings contain narratives, which I believe have the potential to offer a different perspective and sensitise the viewer to what is beyond the limits of language. Whilst being inspired by great poets of the 20th Century, my paintings connect my own personal experiences, current world affairs and carefully selected objects to create fictional, timeless,...

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ARTISTIC INSIGHT: AMELIA KATE SAMPSON

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Influenced by the concept of the Anthropocene, Amelia Kate Sampson creates artwork with the intention of communicating the degenerative effects on the biosphere resulting from the ‘Great Acceleration’ in human activity during this era. Amelia was born in Buckinghamshire, England in 1992. In 2017 she graduated from the specialist, City and Guilds of London Art...

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