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3 October 2019 – 27 October 2019

This new exhibition brings together work by twenty-two artists who are based in and around Cambridge. Showcasing a cross-section of the artistic community operating in the local area, from photography to performance, the exhibition explores these artists’ diverse practices, and some of the themes and issues that they are engaging with right now.

The artists were selected from an open-call to which 460 artists put forward work. The selection panel was chaired by Andrew Nairne, Director of Kettle’s Yard, and included Amy Botfield, Arts Council England; Guy Haywood, Curator, Exhibitions and Collection, Kettle’s Yard; Kettle’s Yard committee member Sabine Jaccaud, AstraZeneca; Issam Kourbaj, artist; and Harriet Loffler, Curator, New Hall Art Collection, Murray Edwards College. 

A vibrant programme of events, performances and talks will accompany the exhibition.

Artists

Jonny Aldous

Rinchen Ato

Alexandra Baraitser

Eleanor Breeze

Anna Brownsted

Fiona Curran

Semilore Delano

Rosanna Greaves

Claerwen James

Paul Kindersley

Alexander Massouras

Laura McPherson

Idit Nathan

Harold Offeh

Sasha Pirogova

Luciana Rosado

Emma Smith

Renee Spierdijk

Helen Stratford

Caroline Wendling

Sarah Wood

Wei Yuan

Images

Paul Kindersley, Ship of Fools. Photo: Ali Tollervey, courtesy the artist and Skip Gallery.

Rinchen Ato, Lhamo Tsertso & Lobsang Chödron (2016). Taken in Kham, Tibet. Courtesy the artist.

Eleanor Breeze, Untitled (2018). Photo: Eleanor Breeze, courtesy the artist.

Fiona Curran, Tilt, 2018. Needlepoint, Fabric and card collage, painted frame. 44 x 34 x 3.5 cms. Courtesy the artist.