Young Gods! Graduates From London Art Colleges: Selected Artists Announced




Zavier Ellis is a young artist/curator who runs the highly regarded CHARLIE SMITH LONDON, a gallery that identifies some of London’s best new talent. Ellis has again been asked to curate ‘Young Gods’ at Griffin Gallery and CHARLIE SMITH LONDON, for the third year running. His annual selection of graduates from London art schools is recognised as a key barometer of the best new London artists. The exhibition has a proven track record for discovering vital new artists and introducing them to the international market. Previous selections have gone on to considerable success with galleries, museums and collectors, including three artists from the 2013 selection being placed in the Saatchi Gallery collection.

This year sees a combination of painting, sculpture, installation and video by seven artists from China, Italy, Netherlands, Norway & United Kingdom, illustrating the international nature of today’s London art schools intake showing simultaneously at west London’s Griffin Gallery and east London’s CHARLIE SMITH LONDON. The Young Gods exhibition will feature the best of London Graduates from 2014. The same artists will be exhibiting at both sites enabling a different curatorial perspective at each gallery dictated by the space. Combined the exhibitions will feature work that is complex, sensational, confrontational and absurd.
 
Zavier Ellis is not only an accomplished artist himself but curates ‘The Future Can Wait’ Exhibition a must see feature during London’s Frieze week. This years selected artists include:: Gabriele Dini, Russell Hill , Tezz Kamoen , Hilde Krohn Huse , Joshua Raffell , Newton Whitelaw and Tian Zhu.

Photo: Tian Zhu ‘Babe’, 2013 Rubber, human hair, pigment 18x12x8cm

Young Gods London Graduates 2014 Griffin Gallery & CHARLIE SMITH LONDON

Exhibition Dates Thursday January 8th – Friday February 6th 2015 The Studio Building, 21 Evesham Street, London W11 4AJ

CHARLIE SMITH LONDON Wednesday January 14th – Saturday February 14th 2015 336 Old St, 2nd Floor, London EC1V 9DR


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