The Zabludowicz Collection Future Map Prize
This £3,000 prize is awarded to a graduating student exhibiting in the annual Future Map exhibition.
This year’s winner is Jason File, a graduate from BA Fine Art at Chelsea College of Arts.
The prize offers support to the winner in the crucial months following graduation and is one of the ways in which the Zabludowicz Collection is committed to supporting emerging artists at key points in their careers. The overall aim of the Prize is to contribute to a sustainable career for the artist.
As well as the financial award there is also an opportunity for an ongoing curatorial relationship with the collection. Previous winners Cindie Cheung (2009), Josh Baum (2010), Wei Wang (2011) and Sophie Chamberlain (2012) have been supported and encouraged to develop affordable limited edition art works with the Zabludowicz Collection. Proceeds from the sale of these editions are shared equally between the artist and the collection’s free and wide-ranging education programme.
The art works are available from the Zabludowicz Collection shop at 176 Prince of Wales Road and online at shop.zabludowiczcollection.com
Founded in 1994, the Zabludowicz Collection brings emerging art to new audiences and supports arts organisations and artists. This dynamic and growing collection spans 40 years of art from the 1970s to today, and exhibits in permanent venues in the UK, USA and Finland. The collection’s activities are shaped by an ethos of philanthropy and a commitment to engaging with local contexts and communities.
University of the Arts London Future Map Prizes
In 2014 UAL introduced two new prizes of £1,000 for two Future Map exhibitors.
The prizes were selected by a panel which included: Mark Dunhill, Dean of Central Saint Martins School of Art; artist Mike Ballard and Stephen Beddoe, Director of Student Enterprise & Employability.
Future Map Prize for Drawing, Painting, Printmaking or Photography
Winner: Jack Wilkinson, BA Painting, Camberwell College of Art
Future Map Prize for Sculpture, Installation, Moving Image or Performance
Winner: Luke Franklin, MA Art and Science, Central Saint Martins