‘Intersection’ is an exhibition from Made in Arts London a not for profit enterprise, which offers art lovers an exclusive opportunity to access art and design by University of the Arts London’s emerging stars.
The latest exhibition from Made in Arts London showcases a curated selection of work from a diverse and exciting range of fresh London based artists and designers.
The exhibition will explore the importance of supporting emerging artists to continue with their practice, therefore enabling them to contribute to the vitality of one of the greatest cultural capitals of the world.
This support has become essential in a time where it is becoming impossible for a new generation of artists to live, work and thrive in the city.
Furthermore in an art market that is dominated by a few, it has become harder and harder for new artists to break through; and entrenched intersectionality makes it difficult for the true diversity of emerging artists to be fully appreciated.
Made in Arts London aims to promote the value of supporting emerging artists and designers by selling their work, offering professional development and teaching them how to survive as an artist in one of the toughest markets in the world.
Our unique platform provides an exclusive opportunity for audiences to invest in upcoming talents and offers the chance to make a real difference at a crucial moment in their creative careers.
All work will be available to buy at the website or online at www.madeinartslondon.com
Artists creating installations commissioned for Intersection:
Marta Barina, Alexander Devereux, Cadi Froehlich and Pamm Hong.
Artist creating exclusive limited editions for Intersection:
Fredrik Andersson, Helen Lieu, Zuzanna Odolczyk, Anastasija Pudane.
Curated artists exhibiting at Intersection:
Alice Aires, Monica Alcazar-Duarte, Giulia Cacciuttolo, Claudia Cauville, Juliana Dorso, Ben Edmunds, Altea Grau Vidal, Adriana Jaroslavsky, Hansika Jethnani, Xiaoxi Kang, Olga Krasanova, Camille Leherpeur, Juan Mateus, Franceska McCullough, Tahmina Negmat, Trystan Williams.
Intersectionality and Art – Saturday 30th April, 12-2pm
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Intersectionality is a concept that describes the ways in which oppressive institutions (racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, xenophobia, classism, etc.) are interconnected and cannot be examined separately from one another.
This talk will look at intersectionality within the art market and how it affects emerging artists trying to build a career today. We will discuss where this intersectionality occurs and how it can be transgressed in order to create a fairer industry.
Cultural Capital – Saturday 30th April, 3-5pm
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The term cultural capital refers to non-financial social assets that promote social mobility beyond economic means.
In this talk, we will be discussing the cultural capital of emerging art and design and its own value within London outside of the economy. We’ll also be looking at its place within social economy, and how something that is so valuable to a city’s social mobility can be maintained when financial backing is limited.