In March the BSR gallery saw the first exhibition of work by our Fine Arts award-holders in 2017. Thanks to the fantastic photography of Roberto Apa, those who were unable to attend March Mostra can now take a look at the artwork exhibited below! You can read more about the practice of each artist by clicking on their name.
The exhibition was made possible thanks to the support of The Bridget Riley Art Foundation, Conseil des Arts et des Lettres Québec, The Incorporated Edwin Austin Abbey Memorial Scholarships, The Linbury Trust and the supporters of the Scholars’ Prize in Architecture.
Caroline Cloutier (Québec Resident)
Hidden around the corner, digital print on adhesive vinyl, 275 x 310 cm
Morgan Gostwyck-Lewis (Scholars’ Prize in Architecture Winner)
The coloured cornice, Book, 30 x 25 cm; Coloured cornice, plaster and paint, dimensions variable
Neil McNally (Abbey Fellow in Painting)
Jacques Rancière stopped talking because someone fainted during his speech at the Rome conference on Communism at the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna (in the future there will be no painters only men and women who paint) / Jacques Rancière ha smesso di parlare perchè qualcuno svenne durante il suo discorso al Rome conferenc sul communismo e alla Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna (nel futuro non ci saranno pittori, solo uomini e donne che dipingono), oil on canvas, 118 x 250 cm; Two venomous snakes concussed or killed by excitedly bouncing too high on a trampoline / Due serpenti velenosi concussi o morti, dopo aver saltato troppo alti su un trampolino, soil from Lanuvium, paper, ants, alabaster, marble, oil, acrylic, cardboard, plastic, wood, wire, pigment, washing up liquid, tape, glue, wheat, soap, pine nuts, basalt, trampoline, arum italicum 466 x 499 cm.
Catherine Parsonage (Sainsbury Scholar in Painting and Sculpture)
A portrait of friends, oil on gesso panel, 55 x 45 cm
Sinta Tantra (The Bridget Riley Fellow)
The Piranesi effect (screen) tempera on linen 4 panels, 180 x 60 cm each
Vivien Zhang (Abbey Scholar in Painting)
Glitch edit, oil and spray paint on canvas, 122 x 102 cm
All photos by Roberto Apa.