June 8, 2016

Master of Fine Art graduate show 2016

The Ruskin School of Art at University of Oxford
Minhong Pyo, you make me blue (installation detail), 2016. Coloured lights, dimensions variable.

Neil Carroll, Paul Crook, Abigail Fletcher-Drye, Fritha Jenkins, Alicia Reyes McNamara, Claire Potter, Minhong Pyo, Aaron Tan, Samuel Thomson, Ben Woodmansee

The Ruskin School of Art graduate show 2016 will feature work by the inaugural Master of Fine Art students at the school’s new purpose built premises. The graduating cohort, under the guidance of John CussansGhislaine Leung, Claudia SarntheinCorin Sworn, and Lynette Yiadom-Boakye have given shape to an innovative and exciting new MFA program. Across the three terms, the students have been challenged to interrogate their individual practices in a demanding studio-based environment.

The Pink Portfolio Limited edition prints created by the MFA graduates
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100% of the proceeds go towards the realisation of the exhibition

The Ruskin School of Art
The Ruskin School of Art is a top-ranked, intimate art school at the heart of the University of Oxford, devoted to cutting edge artistic production and rigorous thought. Founded in 1871 by artist and critic John Ruskin, it currently offers BFA, MFA, and DPhil degree courses and boasts a rich learning history, counting many award winners among its past and present students and faculty. The Ruskin is characterized by its focus on artistic research and the intertwining of practice and theory in the field of contemporary art.

More information can be found on the website.


Master of Fine Art graduate show 2016 at The Ruskin School of Art at University of Oxford

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