'Dropped into the @NPGLondon#BPPortrait Awards. Some absolutely stunning pieces of work. The level of talent is unreal.' @DavidLJRees
Have you seen this year's selection? Chosen from a record-breaking 2,748 entries by artists from 92 countries around the world, the BP Portrait Award 2015 showcases the best in contemporary portraiture and remains an unmissable highlight of the annual art calendar.
First Prize winner Matan Ben Cnaan joins us for a Twitter Q&A on Friday 7 August. Follow @NPGLondon from 13.00 on the day and tweet your questions for Matan using #BPPortrait.
Every year the BP Portrait Award Visitors’ Choice offers exhibition visitors the opportunity to vote for their favourite portrait in the show. This year we are also giving you the opportunity to enter a prize draw to win an Artist Oil Set worth £376 courtesy of Cass Art.
You can vote and enter the draw through the screens outside the exhibition or on the website.
The hugely popular Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon exhibition is now open. Illustrating the life of the actress and fashion icon, from her early years as a chorus girl in London’s West End through to her humanitarian work in later life, Portraits of an Icon celebrates one of the world’s most photographed and recognisable stars.
With support from the Bernard Lee Schwartz Foundation and the Audrey Hepburn Exhibition Supporters Group
Organised with support from the Audrey Hepburn Estate / Luca Dotti & Sean Hepburn Ferrer
Ciro's Club Inspired Menu
Audrey Hepburn performed at Ciro’s Club, now the site of the Gallery’s Heinz Archive and Library, early in her career. During the exhibitionyou can enjoy a Supper Club menu inspired by Ciro's, available on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights alongside the a la carte menu.
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