Brookes fine art students exhibit work at 'Free Range' show

Wednesday, 01 July 2009

Brookes graduates display work at prestigious Free Range art show in London.

A group of Fine Art graduates are displaying their work at the prestigious Free Range art show at the Truman Brewery in Brick Lane in July.

Twenty two students who graduated this summer will be showcasing artwork under the title Platform 22.

The show includes a diverse and extensive range of practices available to contemporary artists studying at Oxford Brookes, including animation, photography, printmaking, sculpture, sound and video work.

Eleven 2008 graduates will also exhibit their work under the title Plus One.

Plus One shows the eclectic mix of work which has been created by these recent graduates during their first year as independent artists.

Craig Richardson, Director of Taught Postgraduate Studies in Arts and Humanities at Oxford Brookes commented:

"Graduates of Fine Art at Oxford Brookes University are thought-provoking, questioning artists. The alumni work continues to display those necessary qualities of clarity and originality as they develop in public through exhibitions, events and discussions.”

The work is on show until Monday 6 July.