100 Painters of Tomorrow

Art at Reading’s Mark Nader included in ‘100 Painters of Tomorrow’ major new book and London – New York exhibition.

Beers Contemporary is extremely proud to announce the official release of a major publication, entitled, ‘100 Painters of Tomorrow’. Authored by Director Kurt Beers and published by the UK’s leading fine art publishers, Thames & Hudson, this unique and special publication is the culmination of an extensive project to find the most exciting, fresh and up-and-coming emerging painters currently at work worldwide. The book is an intelligent, wide-ranging and exhilarating survey of largely unknown talent, selected by a distinguished international panel including: painter Cecily Brown; Director of London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts, Gregor Muir; Head of Sharjah Biennale, Yuko Hasegawa, author of PHAIDON’s Painting Today, Tony Godfrey; and author of PHAIDON’s Vitamin P (Eds. I & II), Barry Schwabsky among others.

The 100 artists featured are from 37 countries including Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, India, Iran, Japan, Mexico, Poland, Singapore, South Africa, Turkey, the UK and the USA.

To celebrate the release of ‘100 Painters of Tomorrow’ – a project that has been 2 years in the making – Kurt Beers and the entire team at Beers Contemporary is thrilled to be collaborating with these talented and internationally-based painters in two coinciding exhibitions in London and New York. Entitled, ‘100 Painters of Tomorrow’ (London/New York) these two unique exhibitions will showcase a cross-section of selected work by the majority of artists included in the publication. The work of these talented painters spans an extraordinary range of styles and techniques from abstraction to figuration, minimalism to magical realism, traditional oil-on-canvas and mixed media, to performance and installation-based painting.

Exhibiting together for the first time, the work of these artists (who range in age from 23-64) offers an intriguing insight into the state of painting today by providing personal insight into the thinking and creative practices of the 100 artists included therein.

List of exhibiting artists in London:

Dale Adcock, Julieta Aguinaco, Chechu Alava, Kristina Alisauskaite, Michael Armitage, Cornelia Baltes, Aglae Bassens, Emma Bennett, GL Brierley, Sze Yang Boo, Jane Bustin, Carla Busuttil, Blake Daniels, Adam Dix, Tomory Dodge, Dejan Dukic, Zhang Fan, Marc Freeman, Nuno Gil, Pablo Griss, Kate Groobey, Andre Hemer, Akira Ikezoe, Ewa Juszkiewicz, Lael Marshall, James Kudo, Guillermo Mora, Ryan Mosley, Kinga Nowak, Sikelela Owens, Emily Platzer, Henrijs Preiss, Anna Ring, Richard Roth, Javanta Roy, James Ryan, Andrew Salgado, Pawel Sliwinski, Lukasz Stoklosa, Evren Sungur, Emma Tablot, Jirapat Tatsanasomboon, Aleksandar Todorovic, Ivana De Vivanco, Mathew Weir

List of exhibiting artists in New York:

Henrietta Acloque, Leslie Baum, Dan Brault, Benjamin Brett, Andrew Brischler, Jorge Castellanos, BB Chokra, Tomory Dodge, Freya Douglas-Morris, Tim Ellis, Matilda Enegren, Michael Fanta, Robert Fry, Kate Gottgens, Shahryar Hatami, Hannah Hewetson, Alon Kedem, Jenny Kemp, Tamara K.E, Frank Maier, Tonje Moe, Gorka Mohamed, Caroline Mousseau, Mark Nader, Kaido Ole, Selma Parlour, Yelena Popova, Heriberto Quesnel, Omar Rodriguez-Gaham, Andrew Salgado, Andrew Sendor, Nicola Staeglich, Shaan Syed, Jirapat Tatsanasomboon, Leila Tschopp

NEW YORK (23 Warren Street, New York, NY, 10007)

Public View: Thursday 6 November 2014: 6-9pm
Exhibition Dates: 7 November – 6 December, 2014

LONDON (1 Baldwin Street, London, EC1V 9NU)
Public View: Thursday 27 November 2014: 6-9pm
Exhibition Dates: 28 November – 17 January, 2015

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