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The Marmite Prize for Painting III
Installation view, The Marmite Prize for Painting III, Central Art Gallery, Tameside, 2011

The Marmite Prize for Painting III was dedicated to artist Ida Applebroog, with works hung from wooden structures.

Locations:


The Nunnery, London (7th April - 1st May 2011)
Lanchester Gallery Projects, Coventry (3 March - 2 April 2011)
Central Art Gallery, Tameside (8 December 2010 - 26 February 2011)


Prize Winners:


Iain Andrews
Iain Andrews, The Eat Me
acrylic on canvas, 500 mm x 600 mm, 2010

Winner: Iain Andrews
Runners-up: Kate Knight, Tina Jenkins
Visitors Choice Winner: Tom Ormond

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Exhibiting Artists:

Jeremy Akerman, Georgina Amos, Iain Andrews, Matthew John Atkinson, Karl Bielik, Max Cahn, Amir Chasson, Julie Cockburn, Melanie Comber, Hugh Davies, Louisa Durose, Karl England, David Fletcher, Alice Forward, Patrick Galway, Steph Goodger, David Hancock, Siān Hislop, Tina Jenkins, Kate Knight, Hannah Knox, Matthew Krishanu, Kate Lyddon, Nadine Mahoney, Amy Moffat, Sophie Oates, Tom Ormond, Bernadette O’Toole, Yvonne Parr, Jemimah Patterson, Michael Pybus, Kes Richardson, James Quin, Daniela Sarigu, Paul Savage, Robin Seir, Benjamin Senior, David Small, Soheila Sokhanvari, William Stein, Ryuta Suzuki, David Sweet, Mia Taylor, Mimei Thompson, Ben Walker, Sean Williams, Sarah Kate Wilson, Doreen Wittenbols

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Selectors & Judges:

The works for exhibition were shortlisted by The Marmite Prize for Painting curators Marcus Cope and Stephanie Moran along with:


Marie Holland, Central Art Gallery
Keran James, studio1.1
Michael Keenan, studio1.1
Steve Dutton, Lanchester Gallery Projects
Sadie Kerr, Lanchester Gallery Projects

Following the initial shortlisting of works for exhibition the works were judged by:

Marcus Harvey
Dan Hays
Mali Morris, RA
Dai Roberts

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The Prize:

The Marmite Prize for Painting III winner Iain Andrews won 'Hammerhead' (pictured below), a specially commissioned marmite artwork, made and very kindly donated by artist Bill Woodrow, RA.

"The Marmite Prize for Painting is unique because it relies at all levels, including the actual prize, on the exchange of the most valuable of all currencies, that of personal energy."
Bill Woodrow RA

Bill Woodrow
Bill Woodrow, RA, HammerheadI
Painted wood, ceramic, coins, 82 x 60 x 29 cm, 2010