'the future can wait'
 
'the future can wait' 'the future can wait'
sep 17, 2008

'the future can wait'

© monica ursine jager, courtesy of the future can wait

the future can wait

the old truman brewery, london october 15-19, 2008

one of the highlight shows of london art fair week is ‘the future can wait’, a curated show featuring 50 of the UK’s most promising young artists. the work on show is multidisciplinary featuring everything from painting and photography to installation and performance art. the show is curated by zavier ellis and simon rumley who were recently invited to tour ‘the future can wait’ to hong kong’s newest museum space MOCA china. this will be the second edition of ‘the future can wait’.

http://www.thefuturecanwait.com

exhibitting artists
angela bartram, kei benger, emma bennett, kiera bennett, gordon cheung, christopher davies, helen dowling, tim ellis

nadine feinson, andrea gregson, neil hamon, david hancock, aisling hedgecock, alex hoda, luke jackson, sam jackson

monica ursine jäger, chia-en jao, rebecca kidson, gayle chong kwan, adam latham, juliana cerqueira leite, robin mason

rui matsunaga, kate mccgwire, sarah mcginity, mark mcgowan, hugh mendes, alexis milne, jock mooney,

alex gene morrison, richard moon, tamsin morse, gavin nolan, maggie o’brien, janak odedra, kim rugg, james russell

miho sato, piers secunda, dominic shepherd, john stark, erik tidemann, gavin tremlett, will tuck, james unsworth

miranda whall and appau boakye yiadom.

© gordon cheung, courtesy of the future can wait

© john stark & © gavin nolan, courtesy of the future can wait

© alex hoda, courtesy of the future can wait

© erik tidemann, courtesy of the future can wait

© richard moon, courtesy of the future can wait

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