Ilze Krumina wins the 2013 Works In Print & Herbert Smith Freehills Art Prize with her piece ‘Light Obliterates Space’
Chelsea graduate Ilze Krumina recently won the 2013 Works In Print & Herbert Smith Freehills Art Prize with her piece ‘Light Obliterates Space’.
Works in Print partnered with global law firm Herbert Smith Freehills to select 25 art graduates to show their work in a group exhibition. The eventual winner was awarded £1,000 cash and signed by Works in Print.
Works in Print director Patrick McCrae said: “We know how hard it is for emerging talent to make an impression in our industry and we want to help bridge the gap. Our art prize will give the next budding Damien Hirst a helping hand to keep their work in the public eye and set the tone for a long and successful career.”
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