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“Premiums Interim Objects” the student exhibition of the Royal Academy of Arts.
David Franchi – Friday, 30th March 2012
“emerging artists at an early stage of their studies”
“Premiums Interim Objects” the Royal Academy of Arts student annual exhibition has been once again successful. Many visitors have gone to see it, while it presented the work of 17 postgraduate students. This annual exhibition will be held for the first time in the prestigious galleries of 6 Burlington Gardens and comprises contemporary artwork by postgraduates in their second year at the Royal Academy of Arts Schools.
“Premiums Interim Projects” provided a brilliant occasion to view new work by emerging artists at an early stage of their studies. The exhibition includes painting, performance, photography, sculpture, site-specific installation and video.
“Premiums” is a very professional and well-organised student show. The Royal Academy of Arts Schools offer students the opportunity to develop their ideas and working practices on a unique three-year postgraduate course. Attracting applicants from across the world, the exhibiting student
s reflect the international reputation of the Schools and the creativity of its artists. With a total of 60 places available, the Schools offer a wide range of opportunities including tutorials and lectures given by leading figures in the art world, including the Royal Academicians.
Many works in the exhibition will be for sale. Artworks sold directly support the development of the students and the production of new work.
Exhibiting Students were: Charlie Billingham, Adham Faramawy, Stephen Forge, Joseph Frazer, Bradley Grievson, Nancy Milner, Michael O’Reilly, Thomas Owen, Eddie Peake, Tim Pratt, Mary Ramsden, James Robertson, Prem Sahib, Sarah Shoughi, Marie von Heyl, Amy Woodward and Esther Yuan.
Royal Academy of Arts Schools sponsored by: Newton the power of idea.
From 2nd until 15th March 2012
At the Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington Gardens, Piccadilly, London.