Your chance to see the most outstanding early-career artists making work today for free at Jerwood Survey III in Southwark Park

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Jerwood Survey is a major biennial touring exhibition that presents new commissions by 10 early-career artists from across the UK, providing a distinctive snapshot of current concerns and approaches in the visual arts.

Established in 2018, it responds to a vital need for artists who are still early in their careers to benefit from a supported opportunity to make new work for a group touring exhibition.

Jerwood Survey spans a wide breadth of disciplines and takes a non-institutional approach by inviting leading artists to nominate the most outstanding early-career artists making work today.

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Jerwood Survey III is led by Southwark Park Galleries, touring nationally in collaboration with Collective, g39 and Site Gallery, and supported by Jerwood Arts. The final selection was chosen by a panel representative of all the partners plus Jerwood Survey II artist Tako Taal. The Jerwood Survey III artists are:

Che Applewhaite (nominated by Sin Wai Kin), Aqsa Arif (nominated by Alberta Whittle), MV Brown (nominated by Hanna Tuulikki), Philippa Brown (nominated by Davida Hewlett), Alliyah Enyo (nominated by Hanna Tuulikki), Sam Keelan (nominated by Lindsey Mendick), Paul Nataraj (nominated by Nicola Singh), Ciarán Ó Dochartaigh (nominated by Locky Morris), Ebun Sodipo (nominated by Evan Ifekoya & Sin Wai Kin) and Kandace Siobhan Walker (nominated by gentle/radical).

Southwark Park Galleries, Southwark Park, SE16:  Lake Gallery  &  Dilston Gallery from  6 April – 23 June 2024. Admission: Free.

Preview 5 April.

Exhibition:  Wed – Sum 11am – 5pm

g39, Cardiff 13 July – 7 September 2024
Site Gallery, Sheffield 27 September 2024 – 26 January 2025
Collective, Edinburgh 28 February – 4 May 2025


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