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Future Map 11

Zabludowicz Collection, London

The London's pre-eminent annual exhibition of graduating artists and designers from University of the Arts London brings together thirty artists and designers destined to define our visual landscape.

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Future Map 11, London’s pre-eminent exhibition of University of the Arts London’s best recent graduates selected from the 2011 degree shows, brings together thirty artists and designers destined to define our visual landscape. This year’s show is hosted by the Zabludowicz Collection, a non-profit project space that shares Future Map’s commitment to bringing emerging talent to new audiences. Now in its fourteenth year, Future Map has steadily built a reputation amongst industry insiders for identifying the next generation of graduates to impact the art and design world, with past exhibitors including Raqib Shaw and Haroon Mirza.

Showcasing the diversity of contemporary creative disciplines, Future Map 11 represents twenty three courses from across the University. The exhibition includes photography, film and fine art, drawing and design, fashion, footwear and jewellery. Participants are drawn from nearly 10,000 graduating students from the University’s six Colleges: Camberwell College of Arts, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, Chelsea College of Art and Design, London College of Communication, London College of Fashion and Wimbledon College of Art. The Future Map 11 Panel and Prize

Exhibitors have been selected from across this year’s graduate and postgraduate shows by an expert panel comprised of David Roberts, Collector & Founder of the David Roberts Arts Foundation, Mark Rappolt, Editor of Art Review, internationally acclaimed handbag designer Lulu Guinness and European Director of Matt Stinchcomb.

The Zabludowicz Collection Future Map Prize will be awarded to one exhibiting graduate, enabling them to continue to develop their work in the months following their graduation, by supporting them financially and facilitating the production of a limited edition of their work.

The Future Map 11 exhibiting artists are
Geoff Bartholomew (Camberwell, BA Photography); Poppy Bisdee (Wimbledon, BA Fine Art: Sculpture); Jing Jing Cao (CSM, BA Jewellery Design); Camilo Echeverri (LCF, MA Fashion Photography); Jo Gibbs (Chelsea, MA Textiles); Jon Anders Gulbrandsen (Chelsea, MA Graphic Design Communication); Emma Hancock (LCF, BA Footwear: Product Design & Development); Jade Heritage (Wimbledon, BA Fine Art: Time-Based Media); Chieh Ting Huang (Camberwell, MA Designer Maker); Pip Jolley (CSM, BA Jewellery Design); Iyvone Khoo (CSM, MA Fine Art); Mariya Kotova (LCF, BA FDT Surface Textiles); Alex Kwan (CSM, BA Graphic Design); Martha Lewis (Camberwell, BA Painting); Lulu Liu (LCF, BA FDT Womenswear); Alexandra March (Wimbledon, MA Fine Art); Kat Marks (LCF, MA Fashion Artefact); Giovanni Martins (LCF, MA Fashion Photography); Joanna Mires (Camberwell, BA Ceramics); Nathan Murphy (Wimbledon, MA Fine Art); Matthew Nicholson (CSM, MA Communication Design); Oliver Ruuger (LCF, MA Fashion Artefact); Alexander Small (Camberwell, MAVA Fine Art), Karin Soderquist (Camberwell, BA Illustration); Holly Stevenson (Chelsea, MA Fine Art); Jy Yeon Suh (CSM, MA Industrial Design); Nicol Vizioli (LCF, MA Fashion Photography); Hsiang Wang (CSM, MA Industrial Design); Wei Wang (LCF, MA Fashion Artefact); Renhui Zhao (LCC, MA Photography).

Notes to Editors
Visual artists who were discovered in previous Future Map exhibitions include Raqib Shaw who went on to exhibit at Tate, Victoria Miro, the National Portrait Gallery and is in the MoMA collection; Northern Art Prize winner Haroon Mirza, who has exhibited at Lisson Gallery and the Zabludowicz Collection; Annie Kevans, who has exhibited at the Saatchi Gallery and Volta, New York, and Zoe Mendelson who has been shortlisted for the Jerwood Drawing Prize as well as commissioned by the Fondation Cartier and Modern Painters. Fashion designer Una Burke was commissioned by Lady Gaga to create eight pieces for her global Monster Ball tour after exhibiting in Future Map 09.

University of the Arts London is a vibrant world centre for innovation in art, design, fashion, communication and performing arts. Located within, and contributing to, one of the world’s most exciting cultural capitals, the University is a unique creative community that draws together six distinctive and distinguished Colleges: Camberwell College of Arts, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, Chelsea College of Art and Design, London College of Communication, London College of Fashion and
Wimbledon College of Art. Renowned names in the cultural and creative sectors produced by the University include 12 Turner prize winners and over half of all nominees, 10 out of 17 fashion designers named British Designer of the Year, more than half of the designers showcased in London Fashion Week and 12 out of 30 winners of the Jerwood Photography Award.

The Zabludowicz Collection is dedicated to bringing emerging art to new audiences and actively supporting arts organisations and artists. It was founded by Poju and Anita Zabludowicz in 1994, and contains over 2000 works by over 500 artists, spanning 40 years of art production. Its focus is on emerging art from the late 20th century to the present day. Since 2007 the Collection has run an exhibition space in a former Methodist Chapel at 176 Prince of Wales Road in north London, working with artists and curators to produce exhibitions of works from Zabludowicz Collection which examine contemporary art practice and the Collection in a public forum and respond to the unusual exhibition space at 176 Prince of Wales Road. The Collection also exhibits in permanent venues in the USA and Finland. In 2009 the collection founded the Zabludowicz Collection Future Map Prize which is awarded to a graduate of the University of the Arts exhibiting in the Future Map exhibition to assist in the difficult first year after graduation.

GAM are proud sponsors of Future Map 11. Supporting the international contemporary art scene through their arts sponsorship programme, the key objectives of GAM’s arts programme is to support galleries, foundations & art colleges, identify budding artists, and introduce young children to the joys of visual art. GAM delivers active investment management to private clients, institutions and intermediaries. Its association with the visual arts originated with its founder, Gilbert de Botton, a visionary financier and well-known patron and leading collector of modern and contemporary art. For further information

Image: Josh Baum, Zabludowicz Collection Future Map Prize Winner 2011

Private View: Wednesday, 11 January 2012, 7 - 9
The winner of the Zabludowicz Collection Future Map Prize 2011 will be announced at the Private View at 7:30pm

Zabludowicz Collection
176 Prince of Wales Road - London
Opening Hours:
Thursday-Sunday, 12-6pm
Other times by appointment
Admission Free

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