Lauren Down | Friday 13 May, 2011 18:42
Sculpture by Leah Capaldi, Courtesy the artist, Catlin Prize and the gallery
The Tramshed, 32 Rivington Street, Old Street, EC2A 3LX
Celebrating fresh and exciting works by talented artists who have just graduated the Catlin Art Prize finds itself in its fifth year and at a new venue. The Tramshed will be showcasing works by notable alumni such as Sarah Lederman and Brigitte Williams alongside this year’s shortlist: Leah Capaldi, Darren Harvey-Regan, Juliette Losq and Noemie Goudal whose delicate and beautifully composed photographs are quite simply stunning, making her a favourite for prize whose winner will be announced on May 18 at the gallery. A real springboard for talent, this is an absolutely unmissable chance to catch the greats of our generation before they official become the ‘greats’. 19 – 22 May. www.thetramshedevent.co.uk
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