A cornerstone of the summer season, the highly anticipated Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition brings together over 1,200 new works from established professionals and emerging artists in the world’s largest open-submission show. From photography to film, graphic art to sculpture, and fine art to pop art, this selling spectacle is an extraordinary opportunity for artists of all genres and backgrounds to present work to a global audience.
Ranging from India Dewar’s oil painting of a snow-capped mountain range on a slice of bread to Stephen Haines’ life-size grey-painted figure of Iggy Pop, the walls – and large areas of floor space – are packed with work of all sizes and styles, each arresting in their own way. Consisting of more than 15 rooms, each hung by esteemed and experienced RAs, the 248th year of the Summer Exhibition excites, enchants, alienates and engages with each turn and is not to miss!
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