Foundation Year Art and Media Summer Show

About the show

This year the exhibition is in the Bank Gallery, Central House, for the first time. There is less space here but it is certainly a more prominent venue than the studios. Work is tightly packed but every student who is passing is represented in the show. The spread of subject disciplines is typically broad and demonstrates the range of work and student on the course. Although the great majority of the work is from the final stages of the course where independence and individuality are prominent sample portfolios and workbooks have been included to show the way the course changes from stage 1 to stage 3 and how the students are supported through these changes. Students will be on hand to talk about their work or the course throughout the exhibition.

Details

P.V. Thursday 29th May, 6.00-8.30pm
Opens  Fri 30th May - Mon 2nd June
Venue Bank Gallery, Central House
Course Art and Design(Extended Degree)

A selection of work from students completing the course

 Flat stool
flat_stool

By Jaz Afflec 

 Film Still
film_still

By Zuzsanna Palmai 

 Park
park

By Xhulja Simoni 

 Houses
houses

By Xhulja Simoni 

 Handbag
handbag

By Reanne Bolah 

 Tableau
tableau

By Nida Amir 

 Collage
collage

By Max Glatzhofer 

 All together
all_together

By Lucia Forretti 

 After the Beep
after_the_beep

By Lucia Forretti 

 Rocker (L) Perfect object (R)
rocker_l_perfect_object_r

By Loraine Feldman 

 Print
print

By Lorraine Feldman 

 Textile
textile

By Janet Gray 

 Cook book
cook_book

By Giulia Corrotti 

 In House
in_house

By Blazhka Marnikova 

 Light
light

By Blazhka Marnikova 

 Film Drawing
film_drawing

By Andrew Sosnowski 

 Film Drawing (detail)
film_drawing_detail

By Andrew Sosnowski 

Private View: Thursday 29th May, 6-9pm

Opening times: Friday 30th May - Monday 2nd June

Friday     10am-7pm
Saturday 11am-6pm
Sunday   11am-4pm
Monday  10am-3pm

Venue:

Bank Gallery, Central House
59-63 Whitechapel High Street
London
EI 7PF

(see map)

Aldgate East tube, opposite Whitechapel Art Gallery.