Miriam Beerman, Untitled (undated).
2014 New Walk Museum & Art Gallery

Miriam Beerman

Miriam Beerman (b.1923, Rhode Island, USA) is an American painter and printmaker who has spent over 60 years producing works that respond to the brutality of our time. Beerman’s expressionist works communicate a range…

Images courtesy of  the artist  and Ceri Hand Gallery
2014 Harris Museum & Art Gallery

Mel Brimfield

Mel Brimfield (b.1976, Oxford, UK) lives and works in London. Brimfield is an artist working in film and live performance. Recent solo exhibitions include John Hansard Gallery, Southampton (2013); Peter Scott Gallery,…

Marvin Gaye Chetwynd Home Made Tasers (2011) Studio 231, New Museum, New York, 26 October 2011 – 1 January 2012 . Image © the artist.  Courtesy Sadie Coles HQ,  London .
2014 New Walk Museum & Art Gallery

Marvin Gaye Chetwynd

Marvin Gaye Chetwynd (b.1973, London, UK) is a British artist whose practice mixes performance, sculpture, painting, installation and video. She studied Social Anthropology at University College London before studying art at the…

Grant Aston Radioactivitat (2013) Fired clay 65 x 55 x 60cm. © Grant Aston Photo: Michael Harvey .
2015 Swindon Museum and Art Gallery

Grant Aston

Grant Aston (b.1980, Stoke on Trent, UK) is based in London. His work has been included in a number of exhibitions including the British Ceramics Biennial, Stoke on Trent (2012); the Ceramic Art London…

 Phoebe Cummings Production Line (2015) Clay, rope, wire, pulley 260 x 15cm (approximately). Images © Sylvain Deleu
2015 Southampton City Art Gallery

Phoebe Cummings

Phoebe Cummings (b.1981, Walsall, UK) is based in Stafford. She works without a permanent studio space, creating detailed installations and sculptures directly on site. She has undertaken a number of residencies, exhibitions and commissions in…

Soizig Carey Glasgow Brooch (2014) Oxidised silver and 18ct gold. Image ©Birmingham Museums Trust.
2015 Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery

Soizig Carey

Soizig Carey (b.1986 in Paisley, Scotland) graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 2009. She is based in Glasgow and was Artist in Residence at Glasgow School of Art and at Banff Art Centre in…

Alice Channer, Algae (2014), Mirror polished stainless steel, accordion pleated digital print on heavy crêpe de Chine, nurdles, chromed aluminium. Photo: Nils Klinger. Image courtesy the artist and The Approach, London
2015 Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery

Alice Channer

Alice Channer (b.Oxford, 1977) is based in London. Recent solo exhibitions include Out of Body, South London Gallery (2012); Invertebrates, The Hepworth Wakefield (2013); Synthetic Fibres, The Approach, London (2014). Her work is held in…

Andrea Büttner, 'Vogelpredigt (sermon to the birds) (2010)', Woodcut, diptych,  117 x 180 cm. © Andrea Büttner. Photo: Thor Brødreskift.
2015 National Museum Wales

Andrea Büttner

Andrea Büttner (b.1972, Stuttgart, Germany) lives and works in London and Frankfurt am Main. She holds a PhD from the Royal College of Art, London, and since 2012 has been a Professor at Kunsthochschule…

Bik Van der Pol, Untitled (Gold) (2009), Neon, © Aad Hoogendoorn
2015 Ferens Art Gallery

Bik Van der Pol

Liesbeth Bik and Jos van der Pol have been working together as Bik Van der Pol in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, since 1994. Their interdisciplinary and often site-specific practice is concerned with the idea of…

Ed Atkins, The Trick Brain, 2013, Single channel HD projection with 5.1 Surround Sound, 16 minutes 15 seconds, Edition of 6 + 2AP © the artist, image courtesy the artist and Cabinet, London
2012/13 Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

Ed Atkins

Purchased through the Contemporary Art Society Acquisition Scheme for The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh. The gallery is home to Scotland’s outstanding national collection of modern and contemporary art. It…

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