Dentons Art Prize 7.0

Winner

Liqing Tan

Special Commendations

Liz Elton and Gilda Jabbari

Staff Prize

Phoebe Corker-Marin and Hannah Brown

Judges

Mark Titchner, Artist

Elizabeth Neilson, Director, Zabludowicz Collection

Patrick Morey-Burrows, Art Source

Phoebe Corker-Marin, Diving Venus, 2018

Phoebe Corker-Marin, Diving Venus, 2018

Shortlisted Artists

Dentons, the global law firm is delighted to announce the shortlist for the seventh biannual Dentons Art Prize.

The firm is collaborating with curator Niamh White and artist Tim A Shaw to host this £5,000 prize for the most exciting emerging contemporary artists working today.

The Dentons Art Prize will be awarded in 2019 by an independent jury of top art world professionals. Past panels have included high profile artists Richard Wentworth, Mark Titchner, Susan Hiller, Anna Barriball and Michael Landy, gallerists Neil Wenman, Simon Lee, Hannah Barry and Maureen Paley, collectors Valeria Napoleone and David Roberts and curators Ziba Ardalan (Parasol Unit) and Natasha Hoare (Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art). 
Previous winners of the Dentons Art Prize include Cherelle Sappleton (6.0) Katharine Lazenby (5.0), Alzbeta Jaresova (A/W17), Paresha Amin (S/S17), Alexandra Lethbridge (A/W 16) and Aimee Parrott (S/S16). 

In conjunction with this award, Dentons also celebrates one artist with the “Staff Prize”. This will be awarded to the most popular artist as voted by Dentons’ London employees. 

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Exciting cities remind you how very different spaces can be at different times of day and how they can be put to a diversity of uses. 

What fun if walls had ears. 

I found it so compelling to be in Dentons’ offices one evening and imagine a week’s footfall and debate, whilst realising that so much ambitious art had been both a foil and a witness.

What a great scheme this is, what a great conversation for all the participants to find themselves as players…
— Richard Wentworth, Artist  Judge of the S/S17 Dentons Art Prize