EASTinternational

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EASTinternational is an open submission exhibition that was launched in 1991 and takes place at the Norwich University of the Arts.[1] Applications from over 1,000 contemporary artists are received each year with approximately 25-30 artists selected to exhibit. Many artists who are now recognised as important figures had one of their first major public showings at EAST including Martin Creed, Jeremy Deller, Matthew Higgs, Tomoko Takahashi, Zarina Bhimji, Lucy McKenzie and Runa Islam. Some of these have gone on to win, or be nominated for, the Turner Prize.

Selectors[edit]

Selectors for each EAST are invited by Lynda Morris (EAST curator) and the EAST steering committee to reflect emerging political, social and artistic trends.

2009 Raster and Art and Language
2007 Matthew Higgs and Marc Camille Chaimowicz
2006 Jeremy Deller and Dirk Snauwaert
2005 Gustav Metzger
2004 Neo Rauch and Gerd Harry Lybke
2003 Toby Webster and Eva Rothschild
2002 Lawrence Weiner and Jack Wendler[2]
2001 Mary Kelly (artist) and Peter Wollen
2000 Keith Piper (artist) and Sebastian Lopez
1999 Peter Doig and Roy Arden
1998 Alan Charlton and Michel Durand-Dessert
1997 Nicholas Logsdail and Tacita Dean
1996 Richard Long and Roger Ackling
1995 Giuseppe Penone and Marian Goodman
1994 Jan Dibbets and Rudi Fuchs
1993 David Tremlett and Konrad Fischer
1992 Helen Chadwick and Marjorie Allthorpe-Guyton
1991 Alexander Moffat and Andrew Brighton

EAST award winners[edit]

An award of £5,000 is given to an artist chosen by the selectors to help develop their work.[3]

2007 Patricia Esquivias
2006 Jarrett Mitchell, Ruth Ewan
2005 Award shared amongst all artists
2004 Justin Mortimer
2003 Richard Hughes
2002 Adam Blumberg, Clare Iles, Daniel Milohnic/Dirk Paschke, Hiraki Sawa, Jessica Jackson Hutchins
2001 Zarina Bhimji
2000 Jananne Al-Ani, Hew Locke
1999 Lucy McKenzie
1998 Martin McGinn
1997 Tomoko Takahashi
1996 Jacqueline Mesmaeker
1995 Mary Evans
1994 Stephanie Smith
1993 Kenny Hunter
1992 Victoria Arney, Naomi Dines
1991 Alexander Guy

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