Bermondsey Project hosts Glasgow School of Art Masters Degree Show
The Bermondsey Project, a creative hub and gallery run by Crisis, is hosting the London exhibition of the renowned Glasgow School of Art Masters Degree Show.
The Bermondsey Project comprises over 120 artist studios, a gallery and project space, sculpture workshop and social enterprises. It is also home to Crisis Skylight Bermondsey, which aims to provide homeless and vulnerably housed artists with opportunities to access arts based courses and training, as well as to have access to their own studio spaces.
One of the UK’s leading art colleges, the Glasgow School of Art has produced many of the leading names in contemporary art, including last year’s Turner Prize winner Martin Boyce. The exhibition features the work of 20 artists who graduated from the Masters in Fine Art Practice this summer. Their work spans painting, sculpture, photography and printmaking.
Director of Crisis Skylight Bermondsey Mick Bateman said: “We are delighted to be hosting the London exhibition of the Glasgow School Of Art Masters Degree Show. “
“The Bermondsey Project is here to act as a catalyst and an inspiration to our own artists involved in Crisis Skylight Bermondsey. By presenting work by artists from one of the UK’s most prestigious art schools, the exhibition re-affirms the Bermondsey Project’s commitment to being a centre for exciting new art.”
The exhibition will run Thursdays to Sundays, between 27 October and 11 November 2012, 11 am until 6 pm at the Bermondsey Project , 46 Willow Walk, London SE1 5SF.