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Four students throw green, orange, purple and white confetti at each other at the BA Graphic Design Summer Show at Camberwell

In pictures: Undergraduate Summer Show 2019

Written by Sarah McLean
Published date 11 July 2019

Our Undergraduate and MA Conservation Summer Show opened on Monday 17 June, showcasing the outstanding, provoking and inspirational work of our graduating students. Take at look below at some pictures of the installations, projects and work produced by our emerging artists, illustrators and designers.

Our next Summer Show opens this week: join us for the MA Visual Arts Summer Show private view on Thursday 11 July 2019, 6-9pm.

A white room in which sculpture is installed. The back wall is painting pink. To the right, two women stand enjoying four sculptures in black, white, red and white.
Visitors at the Summer Show looking at the work of Phoebe Clementine Willison BA Fine Art Sculpture. - Credit: Photographer: David Poutney
Detail of work by Graphic Design student Charlie Calvey. This is a carpet showing a cartoon tiger surrounded by a red jagged outline on a tan background with white stripes coming from the points of the red outline.
Detail of work by Charlie Calvey, BA Graphic Design. - Credit: Photographer: David Poutney
Room of art work by BA Fine Art Painting students. In the foreground is a low wall made of stacked, hand-made bricks. Behind this are three black fold-up chairs on a carpet facing a screen placed on the floor. To the right is a wooden tretle table. On the back wall is a colection of black, white and grey canvases hung together in a grid. On the left wall, two bright paintings in yellow and pink and a large canvas with a pale blue, black and red seascape.
Installation view of the BA Fine Art Painting exhibition. - Credit: Photographer: Kristy Noble
A corridor with glass windows on each side and a door at the end. The work is a floor piece: a black and white graphic diagram in the style of a family tree showing women artists and their relationships to each other through movements in art.
Work by Eve Baer Reilly, BA Fine Art Photography. - Credit: Eve Baer Reilly
Three ceramic figurines of cowboys riding horses. The brown horses stand on yellow and are photographed against a pink background. Each of the cowboys has a different facial expression: (from l-r) Happy, surprised and sad.
Three ceramic figures from The Collection by Naomi Anderson-Subryan, BA Illustration, 2019. - Credit: Naomi Anderson-Subryan
Detail image of a bench with a fan-like structure made with different tones of wood.
Work by Jacob Walls, BA 3D Design. - Credit: Photographer: David Poutney
Installation view of work by BA Fine Art Photography student Ben Yau. To the left of the image is a screen on a tall stand with headphones plugged in on which a video piece will be show. To the right of this are two small framed collections of photographic images. To the right of the image is a large black and white photograph of two men shaking hands while another looks on, installed so that it touches the floor.
The Spectre of a World Which Could Be Free by Ben Yau, BA Fine Art Photography. “I will be presenting work from this project that investigates the frayed political history of Chile, as a way to understand our contemporary condition that has been called capitalist realism.” - Credit: Ben Yau
A close-up view of a tapestry in back, white, teal green and peach. The shapes woven recall a landscape with a sun setting on the horizon.
Detail of work by Tanya Wilson, BA Fine Art Drawing. - Credit: Photographer: Kristy Noble
A man walks through the BA Fine Art Sculpture exhibition. To his left is a white object sitting on a wooden pallet. To the right of the shot is a low wall made of yellow bricks stacked on top of one another. He is walking past a small church-like building from which two banners hang printed with portrait photographs on a black background.
BA Fine Art Sculpture exhibition at the Summer Show 2019. - Credit: Photographer: David Poutney
A room of work by BA Fine Art Painting students. In the centre of the room is a floor piece with casts of shoes scattered on a square of pale carpet. On the left wall are three canvases, the first black with a large figure in pastel colours, the second dark and oval with green fabric draped from the top and the third pale with red text on it. On the back wall are two red paintings depicting abstracted figures. To the right are three canvases washed with single colours (l-r) lilac, yellow and pale blue.
Installation view of the BA Fine Art Painting exhibition. - Credit: Photographer: Kristy Noble
A woman in an orange dress kneels down in from of ceramic sculptures on a lilac plinth. In the background, a man is sitting on a black sofa on his laptop. There is a ceramic sculpture hanging from the ceiling which is planted with ferns.
Visitors enjoy the work of Pei Ting Huang in the FdA Graphic Design and FdA Illustration exhibition at the Summer Show 2019. - Credit: Photographer: David Poutney
Detail of illustration work showing women with varying skin colours in swimming costumes and bikinis lying in various positions against a pale blue background.
Detail of work by Cyrielle Viany, BA Illustration. - Credit: Photographer: David Poutney
Three large wooden objects in front of a window in a bright, white room.
Work by Gus Stickland, BA Fine Art Drawing. - Credit: Photographer: Kristy Noble
Four large sculptures made of metal and soft padded materials. Left to right they are dark blue, pink,white and pink. The two on the right are bound in a kind of rope. They are inspired by body shapes but are abstract forms.
Work by Phoebe Ackers, BA Fine Art Sculpture. - Credit: Photographer: David Poutney
A close-up photograph of garments hanging in an exhibition. The black item in the foreground and blue jacket in the background are not in focus. In the centre of the image is a green jacket which has been adorned with black and white patches of photographs. The one in shot is a close up of a man in glasses, smiling. Behind the green jacket, the leg of an orange garment is visible.
Detail image of work by Tanguy Bertocchi, BA Graphic Design. - Credit: Photographer: Kristy Noble
Installation shot of six banners on stands in a white exhibition space. The banners show photographic images of people. In the foreground is a low plinth with small objects on it.
Installation view of work by Verity Smiley-Jones, BA Fine Art Photography. - Credit: Photographer: Kristy Noble

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