The Red Mansion Art Prize was established to promote artistic exchange between China and the UK. The art prize is open to students from seven long-standing colleges (The Royal College of Art, Royal Academy Schools, The Slade, Goldsmiths, Central Saint Martins College of Art, Chelsea College of Art and The Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art). Each college shortlists six students from which the Red Mansion panel of judges selects seven winners, one winner from each college.
The judges of the 2013 Red Mansion Art Prize were Tessa Jackson (Chief Executive, INIVA), Stephanie Rosenthal (Chief Curator at the Hayward Gallery), Alison Turnbull (Artist) and Nicolette Kwok (Director of The Red Mansion Foundation).
The winners of the 2013 Red Mansion Art Prize are:
GHAZALEH AVARZAMANI - Central Saint Martins
TOM RAILTON - Chelsea College of Art & Design
SUNG EUN CHIN - Goldsmiths College
CAROLINE ABBOTTS - The Royal Academy Schools
ABIGAIL SIDEBOTHAM - The Royal College of Art
JAKOB ROWLINSON - The Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art
IMRAN PERRETTA - The Slade School of Fine Art
During the summer of 2013 the winners travel to China for one month where they are given studio space and the opportunity to live and work alongside local artists. Flights, accommodation and living expenses are provided by the Red Mansion Foundation.
The 2013 exhibition dates: Monday 15th – Tuesday 23rd April, including Saturday 20th April
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