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The Catlin Guide 2014: New Artists in the UK launches at London Art Fair
The Catlin Guide 2014.
LONDON.- The widely anticipated fifth edition of The Catlin Guide 2014 | New Artists in the UK will be available from 15th January at the London Art Fair 2014. A limited number of free copies of this beautifully packaged book will be distributed at the The Catlin Guide stand and presented alongside work by many of the selected artists.

Painting features prominently in this year’s publication and is well represented at the launch by Sen Boylan, (Slade School of Fine Art), Freya Douglas-Morris (Royal College of Art), Michael O'Reilly (Royal Academy Schools), Neil Raitt (Royal College of Art), Ishai Rimmer (Slade School of Fine Art) and Charlotte Roseberry (Edinburgh College of Art). Also exhibiting are Ophelia Finke (Central Saint Martins), Lara Morrell (Central Saint Martins), Chloe Rosser (Falmouth University) and Arthur Prior (Chelsea College of Arts). Katy Binks (Camberwell College of Arts) will be exhibiting a new site-specific printed piece.

The Catlin Guide 2014 is an introduction to 40 of the most exciting new graduate and postgraduate artists from UK art schools. Following the most recent round of final shows and a lengthy series of studio visits, author Justin Hammond has compiled the shortlist in consultation with leading gallerists, curators, collectors and course tutors. The only publication of its kind, The Catlin Guide is now established as an indispensable tool for followers of contemporary art and a collectible item in its own right.

The Catlin Guide 2014 | New Artists in the UK will be available on stand P25 in the Art Projects section of the London Art Fair, Business Design Centre, Islington, until 19th January. Following the launch, it will be available to buy for 12.99 from Amazon, Culture Label and selected book sellers.

As title sponsors of The Catlin Guide and the Catlin Art Prize, Catlin Group Limited – one of the world's leading insurers of fine art – continues to help realise the ambitions of promising new artists.



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