A dual site exhibition at Peninsula Arts and KARST.
Now in its second year, the Plymouth Contemporary is an open submission exhibition, providing a platform for new, up and coming creative talent alongside artists working nationally and internationally.
The artists, selected by a panel of curators, art directors and artists were asked to respond to the theme ‘Visions’, a pertinent subject at a time when the world, on the surface at least, seems to be going through turbulent change. Artists have explored what the concept of ‘Visions’ might mean for us now – from the political and social, to alternative realities and other dimensions, imaginary or absurd, utopian or dystopian, concrete or literal.
With special thanks to our supporters Artmill Gallery & Framing Centre, Bond Dickinson and Francis May Favata, Sculptor
The selected artists: Martin Darbyshire / Georgie Grace / James Hardy / Colin Higginson & Marcus Jefferies (Higginson and Jefferies) / Paul Jex / Liam Jolly / James Lee & Jed Fielder / Johnathan Martin / Kes Richardson / Emily Rosamond / Marcy Saude / Daniel Small / Corinna Spencer / Joan Stack / NaoKo TakaHashi / David Theobald / Jennet Thomas / Dominic Watson / Reginald S. Aloysius / Andreea Anghel / Back in Five Minutes Squad / Jolanta Basova / Joanna Brinton / Callum Caplan / Dallas Collins / Serial Composition / Martyn Cross / Thomas Goddard / Naomi Frears / Helen Anna Flanagan / Keiken / Marcus Lanyon / Jenny Mellings / Charlotte Mortensson / Eva Nielsen / Sara Rees / Lorraine Robbins / Ben Rowe / Irmina Rusicka / Carly Seller / Kazuya Tsuji / Liam Symes, Plymouth Young Contemporary Winner