SUNNY ART PRIZE EDITION III - EXHIBITION CATALOGUE
The complete catalogue with all the participating artists of the edition III of the Sunny Art Prize. Order now and get the catalogue for the edition II for free!
The Sunny Art Prize provides a unique opportunity for pioneering artists of the 21st century to raise awareness on current world affairs through our printed publication. The exhibition catalogue immortalises work of creative talent from all over the world. Each shortlisted artist and their work are rigorously selected by a panel of world-leading art historians, art museums, and gallery professionals to provide the public with the finest artists the world has to offer. All catalogues of the Prize are also collected by prestigious libraries such as at Oxford University, UAL and the Slade School of Art for new generations of artists to study.
The diversity of the shortlisted artists guarantees innovation and fresh approaches to contemporary art practices from 3D work, ceramics, and installations to paintings, sculpture, and video art. This catalogue is an excellent opportunity to explore some of the most thought-provoking issues of contemporary life ranging from colonialism, consumerism, climate change, wildlife extinction, mental health, and war.
Order now and receive a complimentary tote bag in fine black cotton with gold embossing from us (bag size 38 x 30cm).
Format: Linen hardback cover (silver embossing)
£35.00 (ex. VAT)
PRIZE WINNER SOLO EXHIBITION CATALOGUE
CHRISTOPHER COOK | GOLDEN AGE
Limited edition of 50 copies.
The Golden Age exhibition catalogue includes recent works by critically acclaimed British artist Christopher Cook, first prize winner of the 2019 Sunny Art Prize. In his current extended series of graphite works on paper, Cook deconstructs and reinterprets 17th century Dutch Still life to reflect on colonialism, capitalism and social conflict. The catalogue includes an extended contextual essay by Dr. Jeanne Nuechterlein, art historian and curator of Making a Masterpiece at York Art Gallery, in which Cook’s work was featured alongside works from York’s permanent collection, and on loan from the National Gallery, London. Cook’s innovative technique and radical imagery has been collected by world-leading institutions, including the British Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art New York, and Yale Center for British Art.
Format: 44pp colour, linen hardback cover (gold embossing). Order now and receive a complimentary tote bag in fine black cotton with gold embossing from us (bag size 38 x 30cm). ISBN 978-0-905807-33-1
£10.00 (ex. VAT)