THE ZEITGEIST SUMMER EXHIBITION 2014
A works on paper exhibition by the ZAP Membership: A diverse range of artists at all stages of their career, from students to established artists and all works under £100!
"...mixes established names with lesser-known but no less exciting talent" - a-n News
: Thursday 10 July, 5-8pm
: 11-12 July, 1-5pm
: Michelle Abbott, Jane Archer, Christy Avraam, Terry Barber, Molly Behagg, Helen Bermingham, Sasha Bowles, Miranda Boulton, Rebecca Byrne, Julie Caves, Nick Cheeseman, Rosalind Davis, Etienne de Villiers, John E Walter, Simon Fell, Andy Finlay, Neill Fuller, Anna Garrett, Michelle Gibson, Satdeep Grewal, Molly Hagan, Justin Hibbs, Nicky Hodge, Brigid H Jackson, Evy Jokhova, Buffy Kimm, Sandra Lane, Anna Levy, Paula MacArthur, Tyler Mallison, Claire Manning, Emily Mclennan, Milena Michalski, Marion Michell, Cait Miskelly, John Murphy-Woolford, Kate Murray-Browne, John Myers, Sarah Nabarro, Michaela Nettell, Diana Palmer, Rachel Pearcey, Sarah Praill, Morfydd Ransom-Hall, Ritva Raitsalo, Ana Ruepp, Angela Rumble, Julia Russell, Pina Santoro-Ellwood, Wendy Saunders, Louise Scillitoe-Brown, Inga Street, Louise Sunnucks, Hanna ten Doornkaat, Lex Thomas, Annabel Tilley, Dina Varpahovsky, Pandora Vaughan, Sintija Vika, Binita Walia, Jane Walker, Rachel Wilberforce, Sue Williams A'Court, Holly Wisker, Robert Worley and Carol Wyss.
"The Zeitgeist Summer Exhibition is an exhibition specially created and curated for our artist membership body. ZAP members are the fundamental backbone to all that ZAP does and this is our way of thanking them for supporting us by inviting them all to be part of an annual exhibition.
"At ZAP we take great pride in the fact that the resulting exhibition comprises great diversity - as both membership and the exhibition are non-hierarchical and open to all - and therefore features work from artists at all stages of their careers from new graduate to established artists (who also teach at ZAP). We do not believe there is just one way to be an artist and this is a show that celebrates an array of artists and artworks.
"Through the exhibition our aims are also to raise the profile of our ZAP members through associated press; have the opportunity to see members' works as curators ourselves; be a hub space in which artists can connect with and expand their networks; and, crucially, to give the members an exhibition to work towards and be proud of. A final aim of the exhibition is affordability. Therefore we set a price limit on works to motivate people to start collecting original art. And also importantly to try and create sales for our artist members." - Rosalind Davis & Annabel Tilley