Cork Street Open Exhibition Winter Show 2013

Cork Street Open Exhibition Winter Show 2013

The Cork Street Open Exhibition is the UK's fastest growing independent open exhibition filling two large galleries in the heart of Mayfair, in London's art dealing centre.

Every summer since 2008, established and emerging artists from the UK and around the world have featured in the annual Cork Street Open Exhibitions held in Mayfair to raise the profile of contemporary artists and benefit a selected children’s charity. The Cork Street Open Exhibition was inspired by the Big Issue’s tributes to Anita Roddick in late 2007, and by an article written by founder and then editor John Bird, in which he discussed his enthusiasm and appreciation for contemporary art, and his love of the galleries in Cork Street. The Exhibition, in which thousands of artists compete for substantial prizes. After a two-stage, juried selection process the final selection of approximately 200 works is comprised of paintings, original prints, photographs, sculpture, prints and graphic art and is hung in salon style over an eight day period. Cash and materials prizes are awarded by the judges in a number of categories. The 2013 charity is Crisis, the national charity for single homeless people. They are dedicated to ending homelessness by delivering life-changing services and campaigning for change. Tickets can be purchased via the website for the Private View fundraiser for Crisis taking place January 17th. The Cork Street Open Exhibition runs 18-25 January at 28 Cork Street, London W1S 3NG. For more information visit our website or email [email protected]


18 Jan 2013 - 25 Jan 2013

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