SELECTED ARTWORKS (INTERNATIONAL)
JESUS BRICENO-REYES THE COOK
DONGWEI (SHIRLEY) CHEN THE TALE OF THE MECHANICAL TURK REVISITED
SARAH DUYSHART UNFOLDING VESSELS 1
LINDA FARDOE FECUNDITY
EDO FUIJKSCHOT OVERTURE
SARAH KNILL- JONES SKULL I
MELISSA LING CONVERT
VICTORIA HUNTER MCKENZIE TASHA BROUGHT VS GUINNEPS
ALEX PASCUAL MESSY KITCHEN IN GLASGOW
ANNA PLAVINSKAYA WEATHER ALERT
MAAIKE REIMART GIRL
GABRIELA VARGAS TELAYA THE UNDERDOGS
EMMY WAN FLEE FOR PEACEFULNESS
HANNAH WINKLEBAUER FROM THE SERIES ‘PRIVATE STRUCTURES’
AVIS HSINYU WU UNTITLED 2210
The Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize is supported by the Trinity Buoy Wharf Trust and is led by its founding Director, Professor Anita Taylor, Dean of Duncan of Jordanstone Colllege of Art & Design at the University of Dundee and Director of Drawing Projects UK.
The Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize project, was founded in 1994 by Anita Taylor and Paul Thomas as the Rexel Derwent Open Drawing Exhibition and known from 1996 until 2000 as the Cheltenham Open Drawing Exhibition supported by a private benefactor, Westland Nurseries, The Summerfield Trust, CHK Charities and the Rootstein Hopkins Foundation. More recently, the exhibition was known as Jerwood Drawing Prize with significant support from Jerwood Charitable Foundation from 2001 until 2017. The 10th anniversary special exhibition Drawing Breath that toured from London to Sydney, Singapore, Newcastle and Bristol was supported by the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, the Henry Moore Foundation and HongKong Land. The Drawing Prize project celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2014, with the exhibition, Drawn Together: Artist as Selector, curated by Anita Taylor for Jerwood Gallery, Hastings. The Trinity Buoy Wharf Trust became the principal benefactor in 2018.
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Trinity Buoy Wharf Trust: In 1998 the then owners, London Docklands Development Corporation (LDDC), set up the Trinity Buoy Wharf Trust with a 125-year lease to hold the land and their vision in trust for the people of London, while the freehold was passed to the LB Tower Hamlets. The TBW Trust holds a 125-year lease from LB Tower Hamlets and Urban Space Management in turn has a 124-year lease from the Trust. The terms provide for 25% of the Wharf’s income to be paid to the Trust to use for promoting arts activity in the area. To date the Trust has supported and funded a wide range of arts projects and organisations. Trinity Buoy Wharf is a thriving centre for the arts and creative industries with a rare community of over 500 like-minded people enjoying the unique riverside location. Free from overdevelopment, the site’s fascinating history can still be seen in the buildings, installations, and residents including the Prince’s Foundation Diploma Year, The Big Draw and the permanent installation of Jem Finer’s Longplayer in the last remaining lighthouse in London.
Professor Anita Taylor, Director of the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize and Drawing Projects UK, and Dean of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design at the University of Dundee in Scotland where the Drawing Prize project is currently hosted. She was previously Executive Dean of Bath School of Art & Design at Bath Spa University [2013-19] Director & Chief Executive Officer of the National Art School in Sydney, Australia [2009-13]; Dean of Wimbledon College of Art and Director of The Centre for Drawing, University of the Arts London [2006-09]; Vice Principal of Wimbledon School of Art in London [2004-06]; Head of Painting, then Deputy Head of Art, Media and Design at the University of Gloucestershire [1991-2003]. She is founding Director of the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize [1994-present] and Drawing Projects UK, which was established in 2009 to deliver the Jerwood Drawing Prize and other curatorial drawing projects, public engagement programmes, research and publishing. Drawing Projects UK established a Centre for Drawing & Contemporary Art in Wiltshire in 2015 with facilities that include galleries, studios, a project space and a programme of exhibitions, drawing sessions and drawing discussions. A second Drawing Projects UK Centre for Drawing, Contemporary Art & Design is planned to open in Dundee in 2023.
Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design is the creative heart of the University of Dundee and offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes in a range of subjects across the disciplines of Architecture & Urban Planning, Communication Design, Contemporary Art Practice, Design & Making. World-renowned for its high-quality teaching and research and alumni, many of whom are some of the finest architects, artists and designers across the globe. Dundee is the only UNESCO Creative City of Design in the UK, with an array of leading cultural organisations and creative industries including V&A Dundee, situated on the River Tay on the East coast of Scotland.
Parker Harris is the Project Manager of the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize. Parker Harris is one of the leading visual arts consultancies in the UK, creating and managing a range of contemporary visual arts projects, nationally and internationally. Clients include trusts and foundations, SMEs, multinationals, charities, arts organisations and individual artists.
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