AboutFor the first time Made in Arts London (MiAL) will be showcasing work by students and recent graduates from University of the Arts London (UAL) at Multiplied Art Fair.
There will be work from 22 MiAL artists on available to buy at Multiplied, including artists working in illustration, fashion, photography, fine art, printmaking, etching and graphic design.
MiAL works with a larger number of artists who produce work in editions, and as a result it was felt that Multiplied Art Fair would be the perfect platform to promote their work. The work presented at Multiplied showcases an eclectic mix of some of the most exciting and engaging work coming from UAL's talented emerging practitioners.
â¢Adam Sarjeant, Camberwell College of Arts, BA Illustration, 2016
â¢Adriana Krawcewicz, London College of Fashion, BA Fashion Illustration, 2014
â¢Annalaura Masciave, London College of Communication, MA Publishing, 2013
â¢ Armenoui Kasparian Saraidari, Central Saint Martins, MA Photography/PhD, 2016
â¢ Bart Hajduk, Camberwell College of Arts, BA Painting, 2016
â¢ Cadi Froehlich, Chelsea College of Arts, MA Fine Art, 2013
â¢ Conall McAteer, Central Saint Martins, MA Fine Art, 2012
â¢ Emily Carter, London College of Fashion, BA Fashion Textiles, 2014
â¢ Fredrik Andersson, Camberwell College of Arts, BA Illustration, 2016
â¢ Imogen Parry, Wimbledon College of Art, BA Fine Art Painting, 2014
â¢ Jazz Szu-Ying Chen, Central Saint Martins, MA Art & Science, 2015
â¢ Julia Rodrigues, Camberwell College of Arts, MA Printmaking, 2012
â¢ Katy Binks, Camberwell College of Arts, MA Printmaking, 2013
â¢ Marta Barina, Camberwell College of Arts, BA Photography, 2014
â¢ Melissa Fairchild, Camberwell College of Arts, MA Printmaking, 2015
â¢ Monica Alcazar-Duarte, London College of Communication, MA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography, 2014
â¢ Rhys Allen, Central Saint Martins, BA Product Design, 2014
â¢ Robbie Porter, Camberwell College of Arts, BA Illustration, 2013
â¢ Rowan Ottesen, Camberwell College of Arts, BA Graphic Design, 2014
â¢ Silje Lovise Gjersten, London College of Communication, BA Photography, 2013
â¢ Stella Asia Consonni, London College of Communication, BA Photography, 2013
â¢ Sylvia Moritz, Camberwell College of Arts, BA Graphic Design, 2014
You can view the catalogue of showcased exhibitors here: http://issuu.com/madeinartsldn/docs/made_in_arts_london_-_multiplied_ar
Made in Arts London (MiAL) is a not for profit enterprise which sells art and design by University of the Arts London students and recent graduates. Through Made in Arts London you have the chance to buy work from some London's emerging talents and to be the first to discover a new generation of creative practitioners.
MiAL is aligned with SUARTS, the Students' Union of University of the Arts London, Europe's largest arts education institution. UAL encompasses a huge range of creative courses over a total of six colleges: Camberwell College of Arts, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, Chelsea College of Arts, London College of Communication, London College of Fashion and Wimbledon College of Arts.
Our students and graduates are among the most respected in the world. MiAL artists are already being collected by top art collectors and our exhibitions offer you an opportunity to buy works from our emerging artists and designers and to meet and speak with them about their work too.
When you buy from MiAL, you are not only investing in and providing invaluable support for the art and design stars of the future; you are also making an excellent investment for yourself.
Multiplied is the UK's only fair devoted exclusively to contemporary art in editions. Hosted annually by Christie's South Kensington it takes place during Frieze week and offers a rich programme of talks and workshops for art lovers and connoisseurs alike. The fair encompasses print, digital art and multiples, artist's books and photographs, reflecting the whole spectrum of contemporary publishing, from established galleries representing high profile artists to start-up spaces and artists' collectives. Multiplied offers an exclusive opportunity to both art lovers beginning a new collection and more established collectors looking for something unique.