Congratulations to the winner of the Nigel Greenwood Art Prize 2017:

Paloma Bosquê



 Inverso Duplo

Paloma Bosquê was born in Brazil and lives and works in Sao Paulo. The judges were impressed by her ‘elegant, poetic and romantic’ work and intrigued by her wish to ‘contaminate’ her sculptures, deeply informed by her Sao Paulo context, with the materials of the borders.

And congratulations to Jacqueline Bebb who was awarded the Nigel Greenwood Research Prize.

Thank you to our wonderful judges:

Helen Legg, Director of Spike Island

Tamsin Dillon, Curator

Yuko Shiraishi, Artist

Nicola Lees, Director 80 WSE

And thank you to our nominators (each year we invite five people from across the art world to anonymously put forward an artist, the names are announced only once the winner has been selected):

Simon Groom, Director, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
nominated Hannah Tuulikki

Oliver Basciano, Editor (International) and writer, Art Review
nominated Paloma Bosquê 

Stephanie Straine, Curator, Museum of Modern Art Oxford
nominated Rachel Adams

Joe Fletcher Orr, Artist and founder of Cactus Gallery
nominated Jacqueline Bebb

Stella Bottai, Curator, Stanley Picker Gallery
nominated Augustas Serapinas