The first Masters of Fine Art to graduate from Cambridge School of Art are celebrating their achievement by bringing a rich mix of exciting and challenging new work to London. If Not Now, Whenever is an exhibition of visually stunning and critically engaged art that ranges across installation, sculpture, painting and projection. From the personal to the political, from the handmade to the readymade, the seven artists explore their chosen fields with style, rigor and wit.
Works on display include Matthew Wilsons elaborately constructed chandelier made from empty medicine bottles, Patsy Rathbones dystopian handmade wallpaper and Josepa Munozs suspended canvas tarpaulins.
Artist Robert Good said: We all feel that we have now reached a moment in time where we want to get our work out there and join in the debate. If Not Now, Whenever offers up a refreshing set of new ideas from a city that is starting to put itself on the map.