Liane Lang, Agnes in the Hairshirt, 2015, (detail) C-Type Photographic Print, 50 x 40 cm, (19 3/4 x 15 3/4 in.) Edition of 10.
#YoungMastersTour@roslarts continues till 8 Sep 2017. Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 11am-5.30pm & weekends by appointment.
LOCATION: Royal Over-Seas League, 5 Park Place, London SW1A 1LR
The Young Masters Tour Exhibition at Royal Over-Seas League celebrates artists who pay homage to the skill and traditions of the past. The not-for-profit ethos of the Young Masters Art Prize aligns with ROSLarts which also aims to support emerging talent and offers opportunities early into the careers of international, young creatives. Many entrants of the prize, past and present exhibit and boast variety in medium and subject as well as artists varying in age and experience.
Sitting alongside these works is the work of more established talent represented by The Cynthia Corbett Gallery and exhibited internationally, further adding to the diversity of the work on the show. The exhibition offers new works of contemporary art that take inspiration from the past, displayed in the grand setting of the historic clubhouse that is open to all visitors to come and enjoy.
Pierre Soulages, master of "ultra-black", has one of the most enviable track records to date with a price index up 484% since 2000 ($100 invested in 2000 would be worth an average of $584 today…). At 97, Pierre Soulages is France’s most expensive living artist. One of the first artists to start producing monochromes, Soulages made his first black paintings in the late 1940s. Two works by Pierre Soulages currently available #artinvestment#artsy#artnet#artblog#artnews#artlover#artcollection#artcollector#artcontemporain