Baselitz, Condo, Kippenberger, Muñoz, Prince, Salle, Trockel
Skarstedt's second exhibition at their new space in london
the ICA welcome back Bloomberg New Contemporaries
Guest selectors Anya Gallaccio, Alan Kane and Haroon Mirza have chosen 46 graduates
In a blind selection process from thousands of online applicants.
working across a range of media, traditional techniques as well as digital processes
looking at issues such as mass-production, socio-economics, gender equality and cultural identity
this is the first museum experience for many of these artists.
the resulting exhibition is both a social commentary
and an indication of the emerging generations’ preoccupations.
new contemporaries have been supporting emerging talent from British Art Schools since 1949
alumni includes Mona Hatoum, Damien Hirst and Mike Nelson among many others.
Appropriating it's title from Notorious B.I.G.'s 1994 debut single
Juicy fuses elements of hip-hop subculture with art history influences
from Byzantine iconography to Matisse, via folk art and comic books
the artist takes a freestyle approach to high and low culture
featuring 135 gouaches on display
once purchased, each piece is replaced
ensuring the exhibition is in a constant state of flux
Charlie was born in 1983 in Kansas, USA.
He now lives and works in Oslo, Norway.
best known for his animated expressionist drawings and films
exploring time, colonialism and revolutionary politics
this exhibition sees Kentridge bring together six large scale installations
all created between 2003 and 2016
this is his first major solo show at a public gallery in the UK
set to coincide with his opera production: Lulu (2016)
the works show remarkable synthesis of moving image, sound and performance
Thursday 5th January 2017 marks the launch of The Vinyl Factory's collaboration
A record with artwork by Kentridge and music by South African composer Neo Muyanga
And DJ set by The Vinyl Factory in the foyer, 18:00 - 21:00
Thick Time is curated by Whitechapel Gallery director, Iwona Blazwick
21.09.16 – 15.01.17
Tuesday to Sunday, 11:00 – 18:00
Thursdays, 11:00 – 21:00
77 – 82 Whitechapel High St
London, E1 7QX
From £11.95 (concessions available)
some works created in-situ
others in her studio
each visiting forms of ecstasy
carnal to divine
the motif taken to the floor
Shaun discovered James' work at Chelsea College of Arts.
He left a post-it note with his number.
They later shared an artist residency at Villa Lena, Tuscany.
This is their first time showing together, independently.
Sculptures by James. Paintings by Shaun.