White Cube is pleased to present an online exhibition showcasing the work of 20 graduates of Fine Art Masters
courses in the UK and USA. Following the success of ‘Tomorrow: London’ in 2020, this is the second online exhibition celebrating and supporting fine art education.
The 2021 selection features work by international graduates from Columbia University, New York; Goldsmiths
University, London; Rhode Island School of Design; Royal College of Art, London; Royal Academy Schools, London; School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC); Slade School of Fine Art, London; and Yale School of Art, Connecticut.
Addressing issues that continue to motivate a new generation of artists – including identity and sexual politics, existing hierarchies and histories, visibility and disenfranchisement, as well as personal and collective trauma – the selection for ‘Tomorrow 2021’ represents a broad spectrum of inquiries. Equally wide ranging are the chosen mediums, which includes performance, moving image, assemblage and installation, and also sculpture, painting and drawing.
Graduates have been selected by members of White Cube’s curatorial team: Irene Bradbury, Susanna Greeves, Hannah Gruy, Susannah Hyman, Toby Kamps, Capucine Perrot and Soraya Rodriguez.
All sales proceeds will go directly to the artist.
Ajmal Mas Man Millar | Alyina Zaidi | Amba Sayal-Benett | Armando Cortés | Ashleigh Williams | Breslin Bell | Claire Moore | Clara Hastrup | Dylan Hausthor | Emil Lombardo | Freddy Villalobos | Graham Martin | Ian Decker | Jaime Welsh | Khushna Sulaman-Butt | Ning Zhou | Nour Jaouda | Paul Barlow | Siena Smith | Tarah Douglas
'These works are of expansive fictional landscapes and zoomed-in scenes of a world I have created. This world is partly drawn from memories of my homes Kashmir and Delhi, from dreams, and from pure imagination. My paintings consist of magical creatures that animate the surrounding rocks, trees and dark waters. I took to creating a fantasy world where magic existed to try to uncover certain mysteries through my paintings.' - Alyina Zaidi, 2021
'I construct photographs that dialogue with the history of European film, painting and queer culture. The locations that I cast are hyper-regulated governmental institutions and museums. During the shoots the functionality of these austere interiors is subverted, in a process of intimacy, secrecy and dissident behaviour. I am interested in exploring the relationships between architectural and psychological interiority, questioning the many levels by which architectural form shapes our identity and sense of belonging.' - Jaime Welsh, 2021
'My work draws out tensions between histories and mythologies within American culture to unpack its contemporary echo. In combining composites of chronicled documents and present-day objects, and using photography’s failure to encapsulate the totality of a particular position, I investigate the ways in which our desire to bear true witness bewitches us.' - Tarah Douglas, 2021
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