The 252nd Summer Exhibition, at the Royal Academy which was due to open in June, has been rescheduled for autumn 2020 due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
This year the RA Summer Exhibition has returned to form with a talented lineup of artists chosen by an inexhaustible group of jurors. The 251st edition received over 16,000 entries. Around 1200 works, in a range of media, goes on display, next week. The majority of these artworks are offered for sale, allowing visitors to purchase original work by upcoming and established artists.
Grayson Perry RA will be the co-ordinator of the Royal Academy annual Summer Exhibition in June 2018.
8 June 2016
This year’s Royal Academy Summer Exhibition is the 248th edition and opens to the public next week on 13 June. One of the founding principles of the Royal Academy was to mount an annual exhibition open to all artists in order to finance the training of young artists in the Royal Academy Schools. Accordingly, the Summer […]
The 248th Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, London will open to the public, later on this week with its usual mix of A-list first rate international artists and provincial watercolourists. The exhibition is coordinated this year by the British sculptor and Royal Academician Richard Wilson. Comprising a range of media, the Summer Exhibition, the world’s largest open submission exhibition, provides a […]
I was overjoyed to see that photography has been given pride of place in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition by being positioned boldly in the Wohl Central Hall – the main hall as you enter the Exhibition. This is a daring statement on the part of Christopher Le Brun the main co-ordinator of this year’s […]