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British Art Show 8

British Art Show 8

24 June - 4 September 2016

Norwich University of the Arts and East GalleryNUA held British Art Show 8 across campus in conjunction with Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery.

The British Art Show is the biggest touring exhibition of contemporary art in the UK. Launched in 1979 and organised every five years by the Hayward Gallery as part of the Hayward Touring programme, the British Art Show is widely recognised as the most ambitious and influential exhibition of contemporary British art.

The British Art Show 8 was a free exhibition open to the public, NUA hosted a summer of free events, lectures and workshops to compliment the work on display.

Artists at British Art Show 8

Åbäke   Melanie Gilligan Eileen Simpson and Ben White
Lawrence Abu Hamdan   Anthea Hamilton Daniel Sinsel
Caroline Achaintre   Will Holder Cally Spooner
John Akomfrah and
Trevor Mathison
  Alan Kane Patrick Staff
Aaron Angell   Mikhail Karikis Imogen Stidworthy
Pablo Bronstein   Linder Hayley Tompkins
Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin   Rachel Maclean Troy Town Art Pottery
Andrea Büttner   Ahmet Öğüt Jessica Warboys
Alexandre da Cunha   Yuri Pattison Stuart Whipps
Nicolas Deshayes   Ciara Phillips Bedwyr Williams
Benedict Drew   Charlotte Prodger Jesse Wine
Simon Fujiwara   Laure Prouvost Lynette Yiadom-Boakye
Martino Gamper   Magali Reus  
Ryan Gander   James Richards

Bedywr Williams at BAS8

Cast horse brass designs with Alan Kane

British Art Show 8

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