The Valerie Beston Artists’ Trust Prizewinner: Tahmina Negmat

Press Release

The Valerie Beston Artists’ Trust was established in 2006 on the death of Valerie Beston, a former director of Marlborough Fine Art. The charity supports artists at the beginning of their careers and partners with the Royal College of Art to award an annual prize to a postgraduate student selected from the degree show. Marlborough is pleased to present prizewinner Tahmina Negmat’s series of terracotta works integrating found objects such as parachutes, sleeping bags and bed springs. The works are an antagonistic reaction to compromise and anything that is seen as convenient and sleek.

Private View: Tuesday 21 May, 6-8 pm.

Exhibition Dates: 21-24 May

Artist’s website

 

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Press Release

The Valerie Beston Artists’ Trust was established in 2006 on the death of Valerie Beston, a former director of Marlborough Fine Art. The charity supports artists at the beginning of their careers and partners with the Royal College of Art to award an annual prize to a postgraduate student selected from the degree show. Marlborough is pleased to present prizewinner Tahmina Negmat’s series of terracotta works integrating found objects such as parachutes, sleeping bags and bed springs. The works are an antagonistic reaction to compromise and anything that is seen as convenient and sleek.

Private View: Tuesday 21 May, 6-8 pm.

Exhibition Dates: 21-24 May

Artist’s website

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