Artists announced for Falmouth Fine Art London 2018

We’re delighted to announce the names of the artists selected by critic and curator Sacha Craddock from our 2018 BA(Hons) Fine Art degree show, to exhibit at this year’s Falmouth Fine Art London.

Molly Allam | Matilda Beale | Crystal Bonnell | Isabelle Carr | Rebecca Cave | Antonia Eden | Brittney Formosa | Juliet Gibbs | Adriana HancockSamuel Hines | Daniel Hollings | Ellen Leach | Olivia Lo | Oscar McCarthy | Amy McMillan | Henry Merrick | Henry Phillips | Holly Roseveare | Megan Stacey | Amelia Thompson | Ashleigh Trim |  Katja Wendland | Edward Wills Garcia | Alexandra WindsorLouis Winyard-Sears

Falmouth Fine Art London will take place at Copeland Gallery London , curated by artist Jesse Leroy Smith.

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Artists announced for Falmouth Fine Art London 2017

We’re delighted to announce the names of the artists selected by critic and curator Sacha Craddock from our 2017 BA(Hons) Fine Art degree show, to exhibit at this year’s Falmouth Fine Art London.

Yasmin Alaghband | Bronwen Anwyl | Maxwell Bale | Daniel Bethell | Paula Bolton | Kathleen Broad | Joanna Clarkson | Martin Dodridge | Danielle Georgiou | Alexander Goodyear | Robert Ive | Bethany Kelly | Oscar Lyons | Edward May | Jasmine Mills | Zoe Murphy | Beth Pinner | Kristina Rayner | Michaela Riches | Anthony Sims | Isobel Smith | Lillian Thomson

Falmouth Fine Art London will take place at South Kiosk, SE15, curated by artist Jesse Leroy Smith.

Falmouth Fine Art London 2016

Critic and curator Sacha Craddock selected from Falmouth’s BA(Hons) Fine Art degree shows 20 artists to exhibit at Falmouth Fine Art London 2016 at Underdog Art Gallery, 1 – 3rd July 2016

Max Aspin Radford | Jamie Battersby | Ed Burkes | Ella Caie | Ed Carter | Finbar Conran | Michael Cox | Rob Davis | Joe Fenwick-Wilson | Kerry Foster | Freya Goodwin | Amy Jefferies | Zoë Pearce | Calum Rees-Gildea | Jess Russell | George Stone | Amelia Tinton | Tabitha Tohill Reid | Matthew Vaughan | Sandi Williams | Mara Zaice

The London show case exhibition, now in its fourth year, was a great success. The gallery was set in a vibrant part of the city, within walking distance of Tate Modern, Borough Market and White Cube in Bermondsey. It drew new audiences through a wide range of passers-by.

The work selected sat in a rather Gothic setting under an old railway arch, with dripping painted grey walls and a range of large sofas and chairs. This didn’t detract from the artwork, but provided a new narrative for the work to respond to. George Stone and Tabitha Tohill Reid’s work sat in a large bathroom area adjacent to the main exhibition room breathing life into an uncomfortable space. The artwork selected had a powerful presence in the space.

Artist Graham Gussin met the selected artists in the gallery space to lead a group critique. This was a valuable experience, enabling our recent graduates to participate in a challenging discussion about their work. The short but focused opportunity that the London showcase provides has been met with enthusiasm by all involved, including the staff team who thoroughly enjoy spending time in settings such as this with our most recent completing cohort of fine artists.

Falmouth Fine Art London – artists announced

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We’re delighted to share the names of the final year BA(Hons) Fine Art students selected to exhibit at Falmouth Fine Art London, this year taking place at Underdog Art Gallery from 1-3 July.

Max Aspin Radford | Jamie Battersby | Ed Burkes | Ella Caie | Ed Carter | Finbar Conran | Michael Cox | Rob Davis | Joe Fenwick-Wilson | Kerry Foster | Freya Goodwin | Amy Jefferies | Zoë Pearce | Calum Rees-Gildea | Jess Russell | George Stone | Amelia Tinton | Tabitha Tohill Reid | Matthew Vaughan | Sandi Williams | Mara Zaice

Falmouth Fine Art London promises to be a diverse celebration of Fine Art at Falmouth, and will be curated by artist and Falmouth Associate Lecturer Jesse Leroy Smith. Exhibitors were selected from the recent degree shows by critic and curator Sacha Craddock. The event, now in its fourth year, gives those artists selected an additional professional practice experience as they complete their studies at Falmouth, and gives contacts based in London and the surrounding the opportunity to view our students’ work outside of Falmouth.

A private view of the exhibition will take place 7-9:30 on 30 June, with an alumni happy hour from 6-7pm the same night. Exhibitors will also benefit from an in situ crit with artist Graham Gussin.

Falmouth Fine Art London 2016

We’re making preparations for our fourth London showcase of selected BA(Hons) Fine Art student work, which we are delighted to announce will take place at Underdog Art Gallery from 1-3 July 2016.

Exhibiting students will be selected from the BA(Hons) Fine Art degree shows, which students are currently preparing, by critic and curator Sacha Craddock. The show will be curated by artist and Falmouth Associate Lecturer Jesse Leroy Smith. We’ll share the list of selected exhibitors soon after 31 May.

A private view of the exhibition will take place 7-9:30 on 30 June, with an alumni happy hour from 6-7pm the same night. We’re again looking forward to former students connecting with current students and comparing notes on life after Falmouth Fine Art!

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Artists announced for Falmouth Fine Art London 2015

Critic and Curator Sacha Craddock has selected from Falmouth’s BA(Hons) Fine Art degree shows the artists who will exhibit at Falmouth Fine Art London 2015 at the Embassy Tea Gallery, London.

We’re pleased to congratulate the following, and we look forward to sharing some of their work with you from 3-5 July, in an exhibition curated by artist Jesse Leroy Smith:

Elin Barker | Maisie Blackburn Scott | Yasmin Brain | Beccy Bray | Mair Cook | Alice Ellis Bray | Rebecca Eley | Janne Erlandsen | Sean Fergus | Ross Gamble | Jessie Giudici Mumford | Katherine Glynne Jones | Joanna Hulin | Salli Louise Johnson | Lauren Kent | Nicola Kerslake | Aimee Labourne | Adam Langer | Sophie Malpas | Hana Omori | Paul Pilgrim | Nick Popham | Darren Ray | Camilla Robinson | Andy Ross | Freddie Strickland | Jacob Theobald | Anna Karin Waara | Gareth Wilde.Falmouth Fine Art London eflyer

 

As part of Falmouth Fine Art London, we will welcome alumni of BA(Hons) Fine Art, for an Alumni Happy Hour; and exhibiting artists will benefit from an in situ crit with artist and former Falmouth Visiting Professor of Fine Art, Cornelia Parker.

 

 

Save the date – Falmouth Fine Art London 2015

We’re excited to confirm the venue for this, the third Falmouth Fine Art London, as The Embassy Tea Gallery, London SE1 0LN.

Falmouth School of Art at Falmouth University will present a showcase of work selected from the BA(Hons) Fine Art degree show by art critic and curator Sacha Craddock and curated by artist Jesse Leroy Smith.

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Students are currently preparing their degree shows, with selection for Falmouth Fine Art London taking place on 3 June. Artists selected for this exhibition will also benefit from a critique of their work in situ by Falmouth School of Art’s Visiting Professor of Fine Art, Cornelia Parker. We look forward to gathering Fine Art alumni for a Happy Hour on 2 July, the night of the Private View, and all being well some familiar faces from among former course staff.

Fine Art at Falmouth has a long and distinguished reputation for excellence and continues to help students meet the challenges and opportunities of the contemporary art world and the fast growing creative industries.  BA(Hons) Fine Art offers its students an exceptional environment for thinking and making, fostering experimentation and critical dialogue. Exhibitions and other professional skills development opportunities are supported during the course, and many alumni have enjoyed success and critical acclaim, including celebrated artists Tacita Dean, Hew Locke, Tim Shaw, Ben Rivers, Lynette Yiadom Boakye and Jessica Warboys.

Opening times:

  • Friday 3 July: 10:30 – 6:30pm
  • Saturday 4 July: 10:30 – 6:30pm
  • Sunday 5 July: 10:30 – 2pm

Private View – Thursday 2 July 7-9pm

Alumni Happy Hour – Thursday 2 July 6-7pm