Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2011

23 Sep 2011 – 5 Nov 2011

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10:00 – 18:00
10:00 – 18:00
10:00 – 16:00
10:00 – 18:00
10:00 – 18:00
10:00 – 20:00

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Participating artists: Alicja Dobrucka, Alison Stolwood, Anna Ilsley, Anne Kathrin Schuhmann, Cornelia Baltes, Dagmar Schurrer, David Ben White, David Buckley, George Petrou, Georgina McNamara, Hyewon Kwon, Hyun Woo Lee, Ian Marshall, Jessica Sarah Rinland, Jonathan Trayte,Joshua Bilton, Kate Groobey, Katie Goodwin, Kim Kielhofner, Leah Capaldi, Lisa Wilkens, Marco Palmieri, Marie Angeletti, Minae Kim, Nick Nowicki, Noel Hensey, Peles Empire, Poppy Whatmore, Rafal Zawistowski, Rasmus Nilausen, Samuel Williams,Sarah Brown, Savinder Bual, Se-jin Kim, Selma Parlour, Sophie Neury, Sui Kim, Tomas Downes, Ute Klein, Yelena Popova. S1 Artspace and Site Gallery are delighted to announce they will be presenting Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2011. Opening on 23 September, and featuring the work of 40 artists across a range of mediums, this exhibition provides a unique opportunity to engage with new practice, ideas and forms. Established in 1949, New Contemporaries is an important and highly regarded annual initiative that gives art students and recent graduates essential support and recognition at a crucial stage in their development through a high-profile exhibition. One of only two open exhibitions in the UK, participants are selected by a panel comprising influential art figures including curators, writers and artists often who have themselves previously been a part of New Contemporaries, and a rigorous process that considers the work within a broad cultural context. The selectors for 2011 are Pablo Bronstein, Sarah Jones and Michael Raedecker. While in its history New Contemporaries has travelled the length and breadth of the country, it hasn't been in Sheffield since 1993. Now, in a particularly vibrant and active time in the city's history, it is the perfect host for this show of radical, bold and experimental artforms.


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