Named after the famous Welsh tenor, Robert Tear, the award for any student of opera.
Goldsmiths Undergraduate Degree Show 2017, SE14 6AD
Works by emerging and established contemporary artists.
At Ben Pimlott Building, St James, New Cross SE14 6AD
Celebrates the talent and innovative work of the final year students.
The Contemporary Arts Trust NEAC 2017 winner is Alex Maczkowski. At first his little drawing seems conventional. However, by dividing up the composition into squares and treating each square in a subtly different manner is innovative. What first appears conventional becomes exciting and haunting.
The annual exhibition of new work by 26 students.
Trace – A compelling new exhibition from seven Bristol-based artists, Trace is a collective exposure of process, time, history and place. Dark, forgotten structures, inner and actual landscapes, surreal recreations and deconstructed practices combine to make this a showing of the unexpected.Utilizing print, sculpture, painting and drawing each artist discloses their own separate practice while a wider conversation emerges between them.
Water, Paper, Paint, the Royal Watercolour Society’s Spring Exhibition, is a celebration of the three fundamental elements that create a watercolour painting. From these three elements come a vast range of outcomes and in this show you will see huge variations in style, technique and genre.
Gopal Sharma was chosen as this year’s joint prize-winner for his small portrait drawing which shows great promise, both for portraiture and for his clever use of linear abstraction. A worthy prize-winner.