Former LSA Student Kuda Mushangi Shortlisted for Prestigious Ingram Prize

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Man with black dreadlocked hair, wearing glasses and a red jumper holding a painting

Former LSA Student Kuda Mushangi was named as one of shortlisted finalists for the 2022 Ingram Prize with their 2021 painting Love Lost In Translation.

The Ingram Prizes was established to support artists at the start of their careers. Jo Baring, Director of The Ingram Collection stated “We recognise the vital importance of practical support in the early years of an artist’s career. The Ingram Prize celebrates artistic excellence in contemporary British art and enables new talent to bring their art to the widest possible audience. This year’s 29 finalists are no exception, with remarkable work that encapsulates deliberately political and extremely personal themes, including identity, the Ukraine war and migration.”

The 2022 Ingram Prize Exhibition tookplace at Unit 1 Gallery ǀ Workshop, London from 24 – 29 November 2022.

Visit the Ingram Prize website for more information.