We would like to thank the following sponsors and partners for their generous ongoing support of Young Masters:
The Artists’ Collecting Society (ACS) was set up in 2006 as a not-for-profit, Community Interest Company dedicated to the administration of the Artist’s Resale Right and copyright.
ACS represents over 1,000 artists and artists’ estates including painters, sculptors, photographers, designers, and artists working in glass and ceramics. Their members range from well-known artists such as Frank Auerbach, Eileen Cooper, Paula Rego and Michael Craig-Martin, to estates of important artists such as Lucian Freud, Barbara Hepworth and Howard Hodgkin. They are also proud to represent artists whose work has only recently started to sell regularly on the UK secondary market such as Bambi, Leonor Antunes and Pablo Bronstein. Though its Comunity Interest Initiatives, ACS proudly supports a great variety of prizes, bursaries, community projects and charities.
Maylis Grand and her husband James have generously donated Prize money to a dedicated Ceramics Prize, a unique prize for artists working in ceramic media. Maylis is Head of Product Development for a major European perfumery chain. She is also an avid collector of ceramic art.
Be Smart About Art is a professional development organisation that helps artists, gallerists and other creative professionals thrive in a changing world. Based in London and providing global online access, the program offers: membership, networking, online courses, downloadable tutorials, talks and panel discussions, one-to-one-support and visiting lecturing. Freely accessible resources include a blog, podcast and YouTube channel. Following a successful crowdfunding campaign in 2015, Be Smart About Art Publishing released its first title, Art is your life. Make it your living. the same year.
Dr Chris Blatchley is a dedicated patron of the Arts. He supported the 2017 Prize and helped to inaugurate the Young Masters Emerging Woman Art Prize.
Dr Chris Blatchley is Director of The Glass House Opticians, founder of Capital Aesthetics, and Medical Director of The London Migraine Clinic.
Art Installation Services (AIS) has many years experience of installing artwork in the public, private and commercial sectors throughout the UK and abroad. Their technicians work with discretion, quietly and quickly though with great care and are able to work at any time during the day or night. AIS are able to arrange framing, transportation, insurance and conservation of artworks as well as project management.
The Love Art Insurance team at Brownhill Insurance Group specialise in insurance for collectors, dealers, galleries and artists as well as those associated with the art world. Being avid collectors themselves, the team appreciate the strong ties that collectors have to their prized possessions. Brownhill Insurance Group have a strong record of excellent customer service and take pride in offering expert cover and being able to offer clients competitive and comprehensive policies. The wider Brownhill family also cater for personal and business insurances.
Hogbens Dunphy’s passion is finding new ways to improve businesses. Established in 1921, they have over 90 years of success providing caring, professional accountancy for The Arts and creative industries, including galleries and public and private art institutions. The firm offers a wide range of services and specialist knowledge of the arts sector. Hogbens Dunphy provides vital accountancy advice including: preparation of projections, cash flow and business plans, arranging finance, bookkeeping tuition and implementing management procedures and systems, tax planning, and business software.
Published quarterly, After Nyne Magazine has fast become one of the art industry’s most respected titles. After Nyne draws together the finest creative minds and combines it with beautiful design for a unique visual experience. The magazine brings together some of today’s most exciting emerging artists alongside more established names, and positions them amongst corporate industry luminaries – creating a unique and wide-ranging view of the arts. Key figures featured in the past year include Sir Terence Conran, Maggi Hambling, Sonia Boyce, Hayden Kays, Lisson Gallery, Jan Hendrix, Swizz Beatz, Phillips auction house, Barbara Hulanicki and Conrad Shawcross.
At the heart of the award-nominated magazine’s continuing success is its beautiful design and layout – this is an art title to treasure and keep. A beautiful publication that readers return to again and again.
This coffee table publication is a revered collector’s item – distributed in limited editions – and boasts a unique cross-section of readers encompassing art fans, artists, curators, gallery owners and investors both in the UK and internationally. The magazine is available in art bookshops, museum shops, art galleries and specialist newsagents.