Discover Some of London’s Best Emerging Artists at ‘Premiums: Interim Projects’

Attention London Art Lovers, there are but two days remaining to catch ‘Premiums: Interim Projects at the Royal Academy of Arts. Don’t miss the opportunity to see what the RA second-year post-grads are up to, and maybe even discover a new favourite emerging artist while in the building. There are no doubt quite a few careers I’ll be keeping an eye on from this show!

It’s quite exciting to experience an exhibition that marks the beginning of an artists’ journey — to feel you were in a way with them for that crucial first step.

The variety of medium in the exhibition is sublime, from painting and drawing, to photography, video and sculpture.

Normally not a fan of video work, I am always thrilled to come across exceptions to this rule, which I definitely did in Molly Palmer‘s ‘In Addition to Everything Real‘. You’ll find this piece in Room 1 of the exhibition — as the saying goes, it starts you off with a bang!

To be honest, I did not find all of the works as fresh and exciting as the above, but there is no doubt some wonderful and thought provoking art on view.

Here are a few of my favourites.

'Blood Test,' Tom Worsfold, Gouache, acrylic, oil and monoprint on canvas
‘Blood Test,’ Tom Worsfold, Gouache, acrylic, oil and monoprint on canvas
'Golden Sands,' Gery Georgieva, Giclee print
‘Golden Sands,’ Gery Georgieva, Giclee print
Series of Digital Prints and Sculptures all by Anna Hughes
Series of Digital Prints and Sculptures all by Anna Hughes

Premiums: Interim Projects‘ is on view at the Royal Academy of Arts until 11 March, 2015; 6 Burlington Gardens, London W1S 3ET; Open Daily 10AM – 6PM (10PM Fridays); Admission: FREE

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