Plymouth Contemporary 2021

Jennifer Taylor, ‘Lunar Dawn’, 2020, Digital Photographic Print, 60 x 42 cm

  • The Levinsky Gallery, Roland Levinksy building, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, PL4 8AA

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The Plymouth Contemporary 2021 is an open submission exhibition showcasing both emerging and established artists working nationally and internationally. This, the third Plymouth Contemporary exhibition brought to you by The Arts Institute, The Box and KARST, continues to support new ideas and a risk-taking approach across all art forms with previously featured artists going on to achieve national and international success. 

The exhibition will run from 7 July to 5 September 2021 across The Levinsky Gallery, University of Plymouth and KARST, featuring work by contemporary visual artists working in a range of mediums.

Selected artists

Camilla Alberti, Chris Alton, Bridgette Ashton, Bruce Asbestos, Kelly Best (+ Herbivore), Harriet Bowman, Caroline Bugby, Gordon Dalton, Kez Dearmer, Stephanie Douet, Nick Ervinck, Rosalind Faram, Damian Griffiths, Andy Harper, Sadie Hennessy, Will Hughes, Seungjo Jeong, Dean Knight, Molly Erin McCarthy, Charlotte McGuinness, James Moore, Paula Morison, Sang-Mi Rha, Janet Sainsbury, Anna Chrystal Stephens, Jennifer Taylor, Marianne Walker, Kate Williams and K. Yoland.

Free admission

The Levinsky Gallery opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday 10:00–17:00

KARST opening hours: Wednesday – Saturday 11:00–17:00

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Jennifer Taylor, ‘Voyager’, 2020, fibreglass, papier-mâché, performance; Paula Morison, ‘Flooding’, 2021, newsprint. Shown at KARST.

Jennifer Taylor, ‘Voyager’, 2020, fibreglass, papier-mâché, performance; Paula Morison, ‘Flooding’, 2021, newsprint. Shown at KARST.

Voyager

13 August 2021
As part of this exhibition you are invited to experience a performance piece by Jennifer Taylor.

Details to follow shortly.

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