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CLIP 9133

Artists preparing for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2009

Artists preparing for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2009
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Key Info
  • Artists preparing for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2009
  • Duration: 05:57
  • Artists John Hoyland and Allen Jones are shown in their studios preparing for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2009. Both were deemed as far too racey for the RA when as students, but have since had their work accepted into the mainstream. There is an insight into how artists develope their ideas from sketchbooks and Marquettes. This clip was first published on the Culture Show Archive, bbc.co.uk/cultureshow/archive.shtml. Please note this clip is only available in Flash.
  • Subject:

    Art and Design

       Topic:

    Recording and Developing Ideas

  • Keywords: abstract, pop art, sculpture, painting, artist, gallery, Brit art, idea, creativity
Ideas for use in class
  • Pupils will be able to see how both artists work in their studios. Showing examples of their sketches and Marquette's. It demonstrates to pupils how artists prepare for their final piece and use of different materials. This demonstrates how work becomes less shocking as time goes by and accepted by the public.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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