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Askew’s Art School selected for Turner Prize catering

THE Art School has been selected to serve 350 guests during one of the world’s most prestigious annual art awards – The Turner Prize – which this December takes place at St George’s Hall on Wednesday 7th December.

Following on from a busy 12 months which includes cooking for the G7 delegation last December, recreating The Art School at The Grand National and launching the Bar du Vin at Martins Bank Building during the inaugural Taste Liverpool. Drink Bordeaux, Chef Patron Paul Askew and his team already have considerable pedigree in bespoke dining on location.

Paul said: “We are all thrilled to have the honour to cater for The Turner Prize in Liverpool and I would like to thank everyone involved at Tate Liverpool for involving us. 350 covers at St George’s Hall is another major event for us, so a lot of planning has already gone into delivering our standard of fine dining for all of these guests following on from the large-scale events we have recently been involved with.

“It’s fantastic to be part of what is arguably the biggest award in the art world taking place here in the city. To have such a prestigious ceremony on our doorstep is of course brilliant for Liverpool and the city region too, and something to all be proud of.”

The Turner Prize will bring together many of the world’s leading artists, art critics, wider media and their guests. The prize is awarded to a British artist for an outstanding exhibition or other presentation of their work in the preceding year as determined by a jury. The Turner Prize 2022, with work by the four nominated artists – Heather Phillipson, Ingrid Pollard, Veronica Ryan and Sin Wai Kin – is currently on show at Tate Liverpool until 19th March.

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