Emma Bass Selected to Exhibit at The Summer Exhibition Royal Academy London

Kiwi photographer Emma Bass has been selected to exhibit her work at the Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy in London.

This year’s edition of the Summer Exhibition, from 13 June to 21 August 2016, is “unpredictable, stimulating and startling,” according to co-ordinator Richard Wilson RA.

Bass’ work ‘Hydrangeas 8.50 am’ has been chosen out of 12,000 worldwide submissions.

“There are certain things the Summer Exhibition delivers on every single year: a panorama of art in all mediums, a remarkable mixture of emerging artists and household names, and more to see and explore than any other exhibition you’re likely to visit this year,” as reported on the website.

The exhibition showcases over 1,200 works ranging from “watercolour paintings to videos and photography”.

Article Source: Royal Academy and Emmabass.co.nz

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