Jealous are thrilled with the selection of artists we have featured in this year’s Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. Jealous have successfully submitted 8 of our artists into the Summer Exhibition.
Jealous are thrilled with the selection of artists we have featured in this year’s Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. Jealous have successfully submitted 8 of our artists into the Summer Exhibition. Huge congratulations to Dave Buonaguidi, Sarah Maple, Hayden Kays, Mark Denton, Jess Wilson, Dario Illari and Charming Baker and Zsofia Schweger.
Grayson Perry had coordinated the biggest, brightest and most colourful Summer Exhibition yet, for their 250th annual celebration. The exhibition is open until the 19th of August so head down to see the amazing selection of works and grab yourself some beautiful artworks.
Mark Denton's work 'Rollers' which has been selected for the show also featured on the BBC program about the exhibition! Seen here with Grayson Perry and Kirsty Wark speaking in front of the piece, and singer Paloma Faith choosing the work to join her art collection on the preview night at the RA.
These pieces are available exclusively at the RA for the duration of the show. The works Jealous have featured this year are as followed.
- Jess Wilson, Lightswicth (two). Mark Denton Bubblegum. Mark Denton, Rollers. Dave Buonaguidi, Trash. Zsofia Schweger, Charger. Hayden Kays, Dying to Grow up Round this Neck of the Woods. Hayden Kays, This is not a Brillo Box. Charming Baker, Man Falls. Dario Illari, Magic Spells for Sale. Sarah Maple, Snow White and the Scientist.
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