The results are in for Lacey Contemporary’s inaugural international art prize in association with Connect 2 Colour. I am greatly pleased and honoured to announce that my work Niagara Reckless Run is among finalists. The juried competition aimed at promoting contemporary art and discovering new talented artists across the world. With over 600 individual artworks entered into competition, the top 50 have now been selected to feature in a two-week exhibition at Lacey Contemporary Gallery. I would like to thank Lacey Contemporary Gallery, as well as the outstanding panel of judges including Andrew Lacey (Director of Lacey Contemporary), Sally Webb (Director of Connect2Colour), Rebecca Pelly-Fry (Director of Griffin Gallery), Paul Carey-Kent (Curator & Critic featured in Art Review & Artlyst) and Tabish Khan (Art Writer and Critic for The Londonist).
You can see the work of finalists by visiting the exhibition at Lacey Contemporary in London on 12-22 August.