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The Future Of Contemporary Art At The ICA

Mark your calendars, this is going to be a big one

Written by . Published on September 12th 2011.


The Future Of Contemporary Art At The ICA

THE ICA in London is set to hold an exciting exhibition, containing fresh and contemporary works of art from newly graduated artists from around the UK. The exhibition, Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2011: In the presence, will be providing the public with new artists trying to break into the world of art, following in the footsteps of many renowned artists such as Jake and Dinos Chapman, Anthony Gormley, Damien Hirst, David Hockney, Howard Hodgkin, Anish Kapoor, Paula Rego and Grayson Perry. It will display a wide range of materials and the techniques used by the up and coming artists; for example, how the artists’ use there studio space, digital production, collaboration and even the use of objects found in our everyday lives. Offering the viewer the image of what may be seen in exhibitions and art galleries in the near future.

Beginning on the 23rd of November, the show will remain on exhibit until the 15th January. The chosen exhibitors have been selected by a panel of artists who have previously taken part in the contemporary exhibition themselves, one being Pablo Bronstein, whose work is also currently on display. The emerging artists taking part include Marie Angeletti, Cornelia Baltes, Joshua Bilton and Sarah Brown. Viewers can expect accompanying talks and weekly artists’ salons, which bring together different views and opinions concerning contemporary modes of production and structures of professional artistic development. There will also be a fully illustrated catalogue available, containing an introduction from Professor Peter Osborne, in which he debates the definition of contemporary and how the viewer can relate it to the works of art on display. The exhibition will be an exciting and fresh look into the artists’ of tomorrow.

 

Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2011: In the presence
23 November 2011 – 15 January 2012

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