Royal Academy of Arts

Premiums: Interim Projects 2017

27 Jan - 05 Feb 2017

Deborah Olakigbe,
Untitled, 2016.
Video still.
Sung Tieu,
Memory Dispute, 2016.
Video still.
Roland Carline,
Van, 2016.
Mixed media. Dimensions variable.
Will Pham,
14471 Titus Street, Westminster, California, 92683, USA, 2016.
Photograph on aluminium.
Issy Wood,
Untitled, 2016.
Oil on canvas.
Gina Fischli,
Postcard No 4, 2016.
Thomas Langley,
Studio Detail (Daisy in Progress).
Lucy Evetts,
Juice!, 2016.
Oil on canvas.
Marianne Thoermer,
Untitled (detail), 2015.
Wool, rug canvas, wood, spray paint, metal.
Gina Fischli,
German Shepherd for Burlington House, 2016.
Banner print. 480 x 1120 cm.
27 January — 5 February 2017

‘Premiums: Interim Projects’ features the work of artists at the midpoint of their studies at the RA Schools. This annual exhibition provides an opportunity to see up-to-the-minute work by emerging artists at a time when their practice is still developing.

This year’s Premiums: Interim Projects reaches all corners of Burlington House. Innovative and surprising, Premiums reflects the diversity of practice and perspectives at the RA Schools, with work ranging from photography, painting and sculpture to video, installation and performance.

The RA Schools is a contemporary school of fine art at the heart of the Royal Academy. Former students include rising stars like Turner Prize nominee Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, Eddie Peake, Catherine Story and Matthew Darbyshire, as well as historic greats such as J. M. W. Turner, William Blake and John Everett Millais. Almost 250 years after its foundation, today it continues to be the only art school in Britain to offer a free, three-year postgraduate programme to promising artists.

Tags: Matthew Darbyshire, Eddie Peake, Catherine Story