Painting is enjoying a remarkable creative renaissance in the 21st century. Painters of Tomorrow aims to identify and nurture a wellspring. The panel that judged the open call for inclusion in Painters of Tomorrow – which included Yuko Hasegawa, chief curator at the Museum of Contemporary. Painters of Tomorrow is the culmination of a new project, initiated by curator Kurt Beers and Thames & Hudson, to find the most exciting painters at work.
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Complete with resources including a global listing of further artists to watch, this is the definitive 100 painters of tomorrow on the outstanding painters of the future. Entries were judged by an international panel featuring some of the most prominent names in contemporary art, including the painter Cecily Brown, curators Tony Godfrey, Yuko Hasegawa and Gregor Muir, and writer-critics Suzanne Hudson, Barry Schwabsky and Philip Tinari.
Complete with resources including a global listing of further artists to watch, this is the definitive book on the outstanding painters of the future. The company specializes in the arts fine, 100 painters of tomorrow, decorative, performingarchaeology and history, architecture, design, photography, travel and popular culture.
In his capacity as Director, Beers works with both emerging and established artists and has initiated multidisciplinary projects including the Award for Emerging Art; the annual open group exhibition Contemporary Visions; and various international collaborations with universities, and other galleries.
Cecily Brown Born in 100 painters of tomorrow inCecily Brown is one of the leading artists of her generation and has been instrumental in the resurgence of interest in painting since the s.
He has published a number of books on contemporary art, 100 painters of tomorrow The New Image: He is currently researching a 100 painters of tomorrow on contemporary art in South-East Asia and a book on contemporary painting in Indonesia.
Hasegawa has curated and co-curated several major exhibitions, including the Istanbul, Shanghai and Sao Paulo biennials, and has been a member of the Asian Art Council at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum since