Exhibition

THROUGH THE WALL

17 Jun 2009 – 25 Jun 2009

Event times

Open 10am - 6pm including weekend, late night events Thursdays until 8pm

Cost of entry

FREE

A Foundation London

London, United Kingdom

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Travel Information

  • Old Street/Liverpool Street

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A group exhibition of recent works by 2009 Royal College of Art MA Painting graduates ARTISTS: NATHAN BARLEX LYDIA CORRY ALEX CROCKER SABINA DONNELLY HANNAH DOUGHERTY ROBIN FOOTITT SAMUEL FOURACRE IAN HOMERSTON CLAIRE JARVIS ANDREW LARKIN IAN LAW NEIL McNALLY LUCY MOORE REBECCA PARKIN EDWARD TODD CAROLINE WALKER APRIL YANG Private View: Tuesday 16th June 2009; 6:30 — 9:30pm Exhibition Dates: Wednesday 17th June — Thursday 25th June 2009 Opening Times: 10am — 6pm including weekend, late night events Thursdays until 8pm Events: Exhibition walkthrough with David Rayson (open to public), Thursday 18th June; 6:30 — 8pm Website: www.throughthewall.org (to be updated with news, selected writings, information on programmed events, etc.) THROUGH THE WALL presents a showcase of recent works by Royal College of Art 2009 MA Painting graduates at Club Row - Rochelle School, London. Directly following SHOW RCA 2009 ONE (29/05 — 07/06), this exhibition establishes a unique platform to display the variety of concerns which correlate between studio practice and presentation form. Participating artists Robin Footitt and Samuel Fouracre have independently co-ordinated an exhibition that surrogates the approach taken by these contemporaries working in close proximity to engage with critical context. Within this group are participants from previous John Moores Painting Prize, Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Celeste Art Prize and Jerwood Contemporary Painters awards — a quality mix of recognised potential and the soon to be discovered. Rather than ‘reading between the lines', we are offered a core meditation on group dynamics. It is from this outbound projection that we can understand how we each live by our own measures and place value on production. Simultaneously, the question of value becomes an abstract gesture in our approach with the wall. The A Foundation and Royal College of Art collaborate for the first time to provide an ambitious site for these artists to develop the relationship between works and their defining characteristics.

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