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Smoker Wins Art Award Worth £10,000

Monday 30 October 2017


From FAD:


Sam Bailey, Smoker 3, 2017
Sam Bailey, Smoker 3, 2017
(© the artist, by courtesy of HIX ART)

Smoker wins art award worth £10,000

By Mark Westall
October 27, 2017
©2017 FAD website - All Rights Reserved

Artist Sam Bailey has won the HIX Award with his painting Smoker 3. He has won £10,000 plus a solo show at HIX ART in 2018, as well as the opportunity to design a limited-edition silk scarf for Turnbull & Asser.


The runner-up prize went to Ella Husbands for Embodied Distortion (2017), an immersive piece aiming to alter the viewer’s sensory perception, and thus connect them with the artist’s personal experience of sensory distortion brought about by the early stages of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Husbands received her BA Fine Art from Central Saint Martins in 2017. The People’s Choice winner is London-based South Korean artist Doppel Kim for Promiscuity of images; the image is always light years away (2017). Kim is a recent graduate of the Goldsmiths MFA Fine Art course, whose work concentrates on contrasting different characters of painting and digital screen, asking how painting can be understood in relation to other image systems.


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