I Never Lied To You

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13 Oct - 20 Nov 2015

I Never Lied To You
An exhibition of work by recent BA Fine Art alumni of Camberwell College of Arts

Private View: 13 October 2015, 5.30 – 8pm (all welcome)
Exhibition Runs: 14 October – 20 November 2015

Artist Talks: artist talks take place from 6 – 7.30pm, with exhibition viewing from 5 – 8pm.  Click the links below to book:

Lea Collet, 20 October 2015
Theo Turpin, 27 October 2015
Paul Schneider, 3 November 2015
Dan Rees, 10 November 2015

Book Launch: 13 November 2015, 6 - 8pm, more information available here

Please note: Camberwell Space Projects exhibitions are open to members of the public during advertised events.
 
With artists: Akiko Ban | Dan Rees | Edward Morgan | Fani Parali | Geoff Bartholomew |
Jacob Eaton | Jesse Wine | Lea Collet | Lucy Boyle | Mary Vettise | May Hands |
Paul Schneider | Robert Zhao Renhui | Theo Turpin | Ziggy Grudzinskas
 
Camberwell Space presents ‘I Never Lied To You’, a group exhibition of fifteen recent alumni of Camberwell College of Arts BA Fine Art Programme.  Covering a wide range of practices including painting, drawing, photography and sculpture, and exhibition including subject matter that ranges from figurative, to abstract, to conceptual and reflects the scope and ambition of Camberwell’s four BA Fine Art Courses – BA Drawing, BA Photography, BA Painting and BA Sculpture. 
 
The exhibition takes its title from a work by another alumnus of Camberwell College of Arts, the late musician Syd Barrett, and reflects upon what happens when artists leave an institution and how they remain connected to it following graduation. The exhibition includes recent work by each artist, including site specific works and performances.  The exhibition will be accompanied by a programme of artist talks and a limited edition publication.
 
The artists in the exhibition have been selected by BA Fine Art Course Directors Kelly Chorpening (Drawing), Matt Franks (Sculpture), Duncan Wooldridge (Photography) and Daniel Sturgis (Painting).  The exhibition is curated by Daniel Sturgis and Daisy McMullan. 

Image: Edward Morgan, Passo Dello Stelvio