From Phoebe Boswell’s drawings exploring states of diasporic consciousness to Tamsin Relly’s reflections on the increasingly shifting global climate and Natasha Malik’s miniature paintings featuring intimate inner landscapes that explore female identity, each artist works in a variety of media and tackles a wide array of concerns.
Dentons is committed to supporting promising artists as they progress in their careers and values the vibrant, discerning and responsive insights on both local and global culture they provide.
As part of the initiative, the shortlisted artists are given access to expert pro bono legal advice from Dentons and their artwork is offered for sale.
The winners will be announced later in 2016.
“Following the success of our inaugural Art Prize earlier this year, we are delighted to be kicking off this second award with a shortlist of hugely talented artists. Showcasing and supporting emerging artists working in the UK is one way that we continue to demonstrate our commitment to the community, and we hope the art on display will provide inspiration to our staff and clients.”
Lucille De Silva, Dentons Partner
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