28 June 2017

What Direction? Royal College Of Art Degree Shows 2017 By Edward Lucie-Smith

This year’s big graduation show of work by Fine Arts students from the Royal College of Art is both inspiriting and at the same time just a little bit depressing.

26 June 2016

/

Royal College Of Art 2016 Fine Art Degree Shows – Photo Feature

The Royal College of art Fine Art degree shows season opened In Battersea, on Friday with a strong representation of Sculpture, Painting, Printmaking and Photography. Julia Parkinson MA Sculpture The shows were exhibiting across the Dyson, Moving Image, Sackler and Sculpture buildings. The Textiles programme joins fellow School of Material programmes Ceramics & Glass and Jewellery & […]

23 May 2016

/

London Visual Arts Degree Shows: Artlyst Reveals The 2016 Calendar

The month of May launches the London degree show season, for the Visual Arts, where students are given the opportunity to show case the work that has formed the basis of their degrees. The shows are always interesting and act as a barometer for the future direction of contemporary art.  The range of media is extensive […]

12 July 2015

Royal College of Art Degree Show 2015 Intriguing Practices And Processes

The predominant presence of video in the Royal College of Art Graduate Exhibition characterizes many of the practices as interdisciplinary.  Video appears in the works of painters, sculptors, printmakers and performers.  Video monitors appear in the form of old technology from the era of Nam June Paik as sculptural objects in the work of Minsun Lee.  Digital faces and […]

23 June 2014

Sculpture Rules: Royal College of Art 2014 Degree Shows Open

This year ‘s Royal College of Art degree shows are once again split over its two sites with Painting, Sculpture, Printmaking, Textiles, Jewellery, Ceramics and Glass being held at the Battersea campus while the more product based courses are still housed in Kensington. Expectations are high from these Post Graduate students as some of the […]