Now For Tomorrow II


Fisher, Craig 2016. Now For Tomorrow II. Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery.
AuthorsFisher, Craig

Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery is pleased to present the exhibition, Now for Tomorrow II which looks at some of the contemporary art and craft acquired by Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery since 2010, thanks to the support of individuals, funders and charitable trusts such as the Art Fund, Contemporary Art Society and the V&A Purchase Grant Fund.
Before any new work is acquired, consideration is given to how it will sit alongside the existing collection, making connections across time and between different media and disciplines. The recent contemporary acquisitions are therefore shown here in the company of mid to late 20th century works that place the new arrivals in a wider context. Fisher’s work ‘Rioters’ (2014) acquired during the Nottingham Castle Open 2014 as winner of the Purchase Prize will be included in the exhibition.
Now for Tomorrow II artists include: Marion Adnams, Craigie Aitchison, Phyllida Barlow, Helena Ben-Zenou, Melanie Bilenker, Richard Billingham, Jon Burgerman, Helen Chadwick, Louisa Chambers, Alice Channer, Thomas Joshua Cooper, Giovanni Corvaja, Craig Fisher, Tina Hage, Tristram Hillier, Permindar Kaur, Christina Mackie, Nick Mobbs, Anne Morrell, Yelena Popova, Bettina Speckner, Ian Stephenson, Sam Taylor-Johnson, Shizuka Yokomizo

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Deposited25 Nov 2020, 12:19
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