Student Show

Recent Graduates Exhibit

19 Oct 2017 – 22 Oct 2017

Event times

Thursday 19 October: 11:00-17:30
Thursday Late View: 17:30-21:30
Friday 20 – Sunday 22: 11:00-18:00

Cost of entry

Day Pass - £15
Late View - £20
Adult weekday - Online £10 / Door £12
Concession weekday - Online £8 / Door £10
Adult weekend - Online £12 / Door £15
Concession weekend - Online £10 / Door £13

The Village Hall, The Arches

England, United Kingdom


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The hotly anticipated Recent Graduates' Exhibition will return to the Autumn edition of The Affordable Art Fair at Battersea, featuring a selection of works curated by The Cob Gallery's Cassie Beadle.


The Affordable Art Fair is excited to announce a partnership that celebrates all the local Battersea community has to offer, as Battersea Power Station supports this year's Recent Graduates' Exhibition. With an exciting extension to the exhibition taking place in The Village Hall at Circus West Village on the newly opened Battersea Power Station site, visitors to the fair will be able to pick up a 'Power of Art Trail' map and follow it to discover the pop-up display featuring work by Seungio Jeong, Millie Layton, and Realf Heygate. 

Seungjo Jeong - RCA Painting graduate  

South Korean artist Seungjo Jeong creates pared-back canvases that explore the relationship between viewer and artist through the almost abstract evocation of objects. His paintings draw on the aesthetics of everyday technology, the shapes that, for example, make up a tape cassette or speakers, without referencing particular brands so that the viewer can project his or her own feelings and memories on to the image. 

Millie Layton - Glasgow School of Fine Art graduate 

Her work deals with creating absurdist environments and a sculptural landscape in the gallery.

Realf Heygate - CSM graduate 

His work combines painting with 3D scanning to explore the archaeology of an object’s image. He approaches the original as the source of a long lineage, and then follows its transferral through mediums observing “both its withering and revival”. He explores notions of copy and authenticity.


Cassie Beadle from The Cob Gallery

Exhibiting artists

Seungjo Jeong

Realf Heygate

Millie Layton

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