Thursday, August 29, 2013

Jerwood Drawing Prize 2013 - Selected Artists

The artists selected for the 19th Jerwood Drawing Prize (2013) have been announced.

76 drawings by 76 artists (see listing below) have been chosen from over 3,000 entries received for this Prize and associated exhibition. 24 of these were by those entering in the student category.

The Jerwood Drawing Prize is probably the most prestigious prize for drawing in the UK and awards the highest financial prize for drawing (£8,000).  It's certainly the country's largest and longest running annual open exhibition dedicated to drawing in the UK.

This is how the Jerwood Organisation describes it
Selected from original art works, and now in its 19th year in this format, the Jerwood Drawing Prize has established a reputation for its commitment to championing excellence and exploring the boundaries of contemporary drawing practice within the UK.

This competition is a platform for drawing practitioners to showcase their work alongside other leading contemporary artists in this field, and provides those selected with the opportunity to help define the concept of drawing for future generations.
'Experiments in black and white VII' by Neville Gabie
Video and chalk, 32 mins 47 secs
© Neville Gabie
The aims of the three jurors - Kate Brindley, Director of Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art mima; Michael Craig-Martin RA, artist; and Charlotte Mullins, art critic, writer, broadcaster, and Editor of Art Quarterly - was to create an exhibition that explores and celebrates the diversity, excellence and range of current drawing practice in the UK.

Lanugo by Antony Crossfield
Graphite, 51cm x 54.5cm
© Antony Crossfield
The prizes will be announced and awarded to the winning artists at a ceremony on Tuesday 10 September 2013. These include a First Prize of £8,000, Second Prize of £5,000 and two Student Awards of £2,000 each

Protest Crowd, Tokyo 2012 (No. 26, Version 3) by Joy Gerrard
Ink and pencil on paper, 43cm x 56cm
©  Joy Gerrard
The Jerwood Drawing Prize Exhibition will be displayed at Jerwood Space, 171 Union Street, London SE1 0LN from 11 September – 27 October 2013.  The exhibition is free to enter and is open from Monday to Friday from 10am–5pm, Saturday and Sunday from 10am–3pm. Nearest Tube: Southwark, London Bridge or Borough. Twitter: #JDP13 @JerwoodJVA

Jerwood Visual Arts will host a series of evening events to accompany the exhibition. Events are free but must be booked in advance, for more information please check the Jerwood Visual Arts website.

The London exhibition is included in the London Design Festival programme, taking place from 14–22 September 2013.

The exhibition will then tour to venues across the UK including

Artwork (including media and size) and artists selected for Jerwood Drawing Prize 2013

The exhibition this year reflects a great variety of different approaches to drawing from practitioners working across the creative disciplines; from pencil, charcoal and graphite on paper, to drawings on textile, sheet music and wood, in addition to etching, stitching, video work, installation, digitally generated drawing and animation.

See the range of media used to make drawings in the listing of selected artists below.  You can also check out the size of the works produced - and selected.

The selected artworks - and artists are as follows.

  • Click the links in their names to see their artwork on their websites or blogs.  
  • Links in the entry title are to works identified on the artist's site.



Catalogue Name
Entry 1 Title
Entry 1 Medium
Entry 1 Size in cms (h)
Entry 1 Size in cms (w)
Charcoal
51.6
52
Reflection
Graphite
25
32.5
J24M
Pastel
80
60
Watercolour and pen
250
200
Compressed charcoal
235
172
Pencil on paper
42
52
Field
Ink on paper
110
145
Study of a pianist
Pencil
32
41
Paul Bradley
Tokyo Underground Encrypted
Pencil and gouache
82
62
Pimp My Corpse
Ink and acrylic on salvaged MDF wood
36
45
Public Market
Pencil crayon on paper
34
30.5
View Through a Camera Lens (With P. Caulfield)
Graphite on paper
21.5
27
Christina
Lead, pastel, and acrylic on elm wood
7
35
Remaining
Coloured pencil, paper and wood
42
29
Important, Act Now
Scalpel drawing on found envelope
32
23
Lanugo
Graphite
51
54.5
Dance Wallpaper
Pencil on paper
122
117
Inanimation
Moving image, charcoal on paper
Continuous

Wave II
Laser drawing
53
72
The Mast
Ink, florescent pigment and oil on paper
60
80.5
Pencil on paper
26
32
Emma Douglas
Cato lived for 8025 days
Watercolour and pencil on paper
152
152
“They looked like silver birds. The sun was shining on them...”
Silverpoint on gesso on board
39
114
Frames of the Mind III
Pen on paper
23.5
32.5
Apocalypse (My Boyfriend Doesn’t Care)
Ink on paper
183
150
The Wrench
Pen, pencil and charcoal
90
110
Experiments in black and white VII
Video and chalk
32 mins 47 secs

Protest Crowd, Tokyo 2012 (No. 26, Version 3)
Ink and pencil on paper
43
56
Untitled 2
Pen on paper
29.5
43.5
Furrow No. 1
Earth and charcoal on paper
84
64
A pause in the segue
Artificial grass, acrylic paint, bolts and washers
200
76
Imagery Imaginary, volume four
Mixed media concertina
14
200 (Variable)
Bernini and Other Studies: Book II, Plate XXIII
Ink on paper
37.5
45.5
Olivia Jones
Vessel I
Laser engraving and pencil on paper
68
98
Untitled
Ink on colour book
43
33
Nanako Kawaguchi
Camouflage (Alice)
Acrylic and ink on tracing paper
52.5
42
Pencil, charcoal and moving image projection


Cut / Glazed
Monoprint
94
129.7
Gary Lawrence (winner in 2011)
Saint Stansted (and Other Stuff)
Biro, gel, felt, pens, oil pastel on paper
197
245
Chelsea Girl
Found fragment on ink on paper
35.5
30
Study of Pieter Bruegel
Ink and acrylic on paper
38
30
Animation
1 hour 47 mins

Watercolour, pen and pencil on paper
88
123
Basin
Indian ink on watercolour paper
69
94
Samara, Zimmy and Sophie
Charcoal and paper
156
131
Jolly Fascists
Watersoluble graphite on paper
49
59
Air dies elsewhere
Graphite and graphite powder
88
63
Georgia Mota
City as an organism
Charcoal, chalk on paper, tracing paper
29.7
42.7
A Place in Mind
Acrylic and ink on paper
83
82
Enclave (ii)
Pencil on paper
50
250
Ink on paper
31
43
Granite Resonance
Indian ink, posca acrylic, varnish and gloss
83
83
Tessellation I (restricted)
Stitch
65
55
Bolas II
Video
25 mins

Charcoal on paper
70
90
The Pool, Tide Going Out
Pencil on lens tissue on paper
44
61
Charcoal
30
40
Casper N
Drawing on textile
25
25
Machine for Making Yellow (Part One)
Wire, plastic, rubber, dowel and beads
80
140 x 200
Monotype with pencil on reverse
140
105
Scott Robertson
Chin Up
HB pencil on paper
30
21
iPad Drawing: Virtual Dérive
iPad drawing animation
1 hour 14 mins 42 secs
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Ralph’s Room
Two plate etching
34
39
The Round I
Graphite, pencil and olive oil
33.5
41
Graphite and pencil on paper
50
65
Edward Smith
Untitled
Steel
48
30
Martin Sundram
8 (CH. 1 - CH. 9)
Pencil and paper
138
107
Pastel
157
152
Days of Fire
Oil paint on primed paper
57
42
Silenziare (After Andrew Catlin)
Graphite on paper
43.5
33.7
Untitled I
Pencil on paper
50
70
Anthropology I
Charcoal on paper
121.4
90.7
Interior (Utopia)
Digital video
7.25 mins

Reversed Portrait
Graphite on paper
42
29
Fantasia
Pen on sheet music
31
23.5
Notes Series “Liminal Space 22”
Mixed media, graphite on board
38
38


'Christina' by Jane Bustin
Lead, pastel, and acrylic on elm wood, 7cm x 35cm
© Jane Bustin

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