A group of established artists and photographers from Kensington and Chelsea College are hosting a week long exhibition of their latest work in an exhibition called Align.
The talented contingent of artists are also tutors at the college and the exhibition celebrates various art forms from painting, drawing, printmaking and photography to sculpture, film and video.
Curator and exhibitor, Stuart Denyer said of the collection of work:
‘There is a sense of community that comes with bringing together practising artists and educators for an exhibition like this. Each of the exhibitors has their own style, art form and take on things ensuring a truly diverse exhibition and experience for guests.’
Align is free to attend and runs from December 6 – 14 at the college’s Chelsea Centre, on Hortensia Road, SW10 0QS. A special Private View is also being held at the venue on Thursday December 6, 6-9pm, where guest can meet the artists. The exhibition is open to the public from 9am-7pm Monday to Thursday and 9am-4pm on Friday.
Check the on-line gallery
The college’s Art Department has an excellent success rate of placing students in higher education, including Goldsmiths, Slade and the University of Arts. It also has an impressive art alumni, which includes 2012 Turner Prize nominee Spartacus Chetwynd Julie Bennett who was labelled
‘one of Saatchi’s new stars’ by The Independent and Jerwood Painting Fellow, Susan Sluglett.
Date published: 6 December 2012