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Secret Art Prize winner and runners up group show
From Oct 5, 2016 to Oct 29, 2016

Stunning photograph snaps up top honours in London's leading art prize

This year's Secret Art Prize has come to a close - and the winning piece is breathtaking. 

Gina Soden's atmospheric photograph ‘Les Histoires' took the top honour in London's only urban and surrealist art competition, winning the judges' approval to earn her a stand at Moniker Art Fair 2016.

The 3rd edition of the Secret Art Prize has seen the Curious Duke Gallery team up with the world's leading urban art fair, Moniker Art Fair, to find the UK's most exciting new emerging artistic talent. 

This year's competition has see some of the finest work submitted yet, with the judges hard-pressed to chose a winner from the spectacular pieces that made the final shortlist. 

In the end though, there could only be one winner. 

Art lovers will have the opportunity to view Soden's triumphant piece at Moniker Art Fair between the 6-9th October on the Secret Art Prize stand. 

After that, the winning piece, along with stunning works by the runners up - Matt Crump, Tristram Aver, Isobel Cortese and Alexandra Gallagher - will be on display at the Curious Duke Gallery until the 29th October 2016

Secret Art Prize Winners:

Winner: Gina Soden

Runners up:
Matt Crump
Tristram Aver
Alexandra Gallegher
Isobel Cortese

Affordable Art Fair Battersea
From Oct 20, 2016 to Oct 23, 2016

Affordable Art Fair Battersea

You don’t need to be an experienced art collector, nor an expert in contemporary art to find a piece to fall in love with. With 110 galleries bringing 1,000 artists and all the art priced between £100 and £5,000, you’ll be spoilt for choice! On sale will be a diverse and inspiring collection of original and contemporary paintings, editioned prints, photography and sculptures by household names and established artists, alongside emerging talent from our specially curated Recent Graduates’ Exhibition.

Artists with us are:
Sam Peacock
Roy’s People
Samantha Gare
Otto D’Ambra
Mark Powell
Andrew Millar
Simone Webb

Charity Private View £25

Late View£20

Adult weekday Advance £10 / Door £12
Adult weekend Advance £12 / Door £15

Concessions weekday Advance £8 / Door £10
Concessions weekend Advance £10 / Door £13

Children under 16Free

Concessionary tickets are available for over 60s, full time students, and those in receipt of jobseekers allowance or income support. Please bring proof of concessionary status with you to the fair. Please note that purchased tickets are non-refundable.

Moniker Art Fair 2016
From Oct 6, 2016 to Oct 9, 2016

Moniker Art Fair returns for its seventh year on October 6–9 at the iconic Old Truman Brewery in London’s Shoreditch. Building on the foundations of six years experience and it’s continued success, Moniker Art Fair has firmly established itself as London’s premiere event for contemporary art with its roots embedded in urban culture.

Moniker Art Fair will once again venue-share with London’s leading artist-led fair, The Other Art Fair, in what will be a showcase of independent and established talent all under one roof. Over a period of four days this exciting spectacle will attract 14,000-plus visitors to the capital’s East End, forming one of the major satellite events of London’s Art Week when 60,000 visitors descend on the city to form an unparalleled international art audience.

Located in the legendary Old Truman Brewery, with the space’s high ceilings and industrial, cavernous interior, the footprint and edibility of the venue allow Moniker to push the boundaries of the traditional art fair even further and is the perfect location to play host to the 7th edition of MAF.

Artists with us are:
Sam peacock
Mark Powell
Otto D’Ambra
Louise McNaught
Zoe Moss
Andrew Millar

Venue address:
The Old Truman Brewery 85 Brick Lane,
London, E1 6QL

Transport:
Liverpool Street Station: 5 min walk
Shoreditch Overground: 5 min walk
Aldgate East Station: 10 min walk
Old Street Station: 12 min walk

Private view:
Thursday: 6th October, 5pm-9pm
£14 (£11.20 concession)*
*Limited tickets available, must be booked in advance

Friday: 7th October, 12pm–9pm
£8 (£6 concession)
Saturday: 8th October, 11am–7pm
£8 (£6 concession)
Sunday: 9th October, 11am–6pm
£8 (£6 concession)