New Contemporaries

Bloomberg New Contemporaries

Steven Morgana ‘It Was All Ephemeral As A Rainbow’

Bloomberg New Contemporaries is an art exhibition by the leading UK organisation supporting emergent art practice from British Art Schools. Since 1949 New Contemporaries has consistently provided a critical platform for fine art graduates primarily by nationally touring exhibition. It offers a great platform to view what is up-and-coming in the art world. Continue reading

Emerging Art Scene London

New Sensations Saatchi

New Sensations by Saatchi Gallery and Channel 4 supports the most imaginative and talented young artists. Mixed media installation by Lee Holden

October is a very busy month at the London art scene. The biggest and most talked about event is the Frieze Art Fair, which is steadily growing and gaining status as the most important contemporary art event of the year. However there is a growing number of smaller fringe events that are also getting more popular and interesting. Continue reading

Art of Change in China

Art-of-Change-ChinaThis is the first major exhibition to focus on contemporary installation and performance art from China. It brings together the work of some of the most innovative artists from the 1980s to today.

“Change, and the acceptance that everything is subject to change, are deeply rooted in Eastern philosophy. The exhibition focuses on works that deal with transformation, instability and discontinuity, looking at how these themes are conveyed through action or materials”.

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Edge of Arabia

An art exhibition at the Truman Brewery in East London. “Edge of Arabia was founded by a small collective of artists who met in the mountains of Aseer, Saudi Arabia, in 2003. What began as a border-crossing collaboration, against the backdrop of the last gulf war, is now an established platform which has grown bold through the successful realisation of international projects & the grassroots support for its mission”.

Edge of Arabia

Detail from installation The Cowboy Code by Ahmed Matter

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