Salon Art Prize 2012
12th Oct - 3rd Nov
MRA Project Space

Over the past five years the Salon Art Prize has welcomed over 9700 visitors to our gallery in East London. To celebrate this success Matt Roberts Arts exhibited 89 artists and offered an overall prize fund of £10,500.

This year's selection panel consisted of:
Gavin Delahunty (Head of Exhibitions, TATE Liverpool)
Godfrey Worsdale - (Director, BALTIC centre for contemporary art)
Anthony Spira - (Director, Milton Keynes gallery)
Susanna Brown (Curator, Photographs, Victoria & Albert Museum)

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS
Emma Alonze, Christa Amadea & Vivienne Francis, Richard Ansett, John Askew, Miriam Austin, Liz Bailey, David Barnes, Sophie Barr, George Beck, Maeve Berry, Aliki Braine, Jack Brindley, David Cooper, Anwyl Cooper-Willis, Brian Cregan, Emma Critchley, Ellie Davies, Aidan Doherty, Jennifer Douglas, Freya Douglas-Morris, Derek, Eland, Jane Emberson, Stefania Fersini, Natalie Finnemore, Justin Fitzpatrick, Darek Fortas, Hugh Gillan, Sofie Grevelius, Deborah Hall, Neil Hamon, Alex Hanna, Dominic Harris, Aaron Head, Judit Hettema, Steve Hines, Adam Holmes-Davies, Yoonjin Jung, Sam Kemp, Richard Kolker, Ville Kylätasku, Kayung Lai, Astrid On Ke Law, Carolyn Lefley, Chloe Leliott, Andrew Leventis, Colin Lindsay, Anne Lochmann, Debbie Locke, Emily Lockren, Gabrielle Lockwood-Estrin, Natalie Loher, CJ Mahony, Isabel M. Martinez, Valera Martynchik, Richard McConnell, Paul McKinley, Edward, Mendelsohn, Paul Merrick, Nick Mobbs, Gorka Mohamed, Emily Musgrave, Theo Niderost, Lauren O'Grady, Ethna O'Regan, Aimee Parrott, Calum Paterson, Susannah Pentelow, Charley Peters, Katharina Pöhlmann, Julie Rafalski, Anita Rozentale, Roshana Rubin-Mayhew, Eva Rudlinger, Miho Sato, Pamela Schilderman, Andrew Seto, Chris Shaw Hughes, Caroline Silverwood-Taylor, Anna Chrystal Stephens, Shelley Theodore, Leonardo Ulian, Emma Wilde, Hannah Williamson, Beomsik Won, SeoYeoung Won, Ben Woodeson, William Wright, Tereza Zelenkova

Left: Aliki Braine 'Circle/Square No. 1' (2011)
Menu image: David Cooper, 'Info No. 21' (2012)