Until 18 March 2008
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Richard Kirwan, Principle Shot, 2007. Acrylic on canvas, 50 x 60 cm
The Royal Academy Schools is the country’s oldest art school. It has a strong sense of identity, tradition and community, having developed continuously since its foundation in 1768. It is renowned throughout the world as a centre of excellence.
To this day, the Academicians and staff who work in the Royal Academy Schools are practising artists whose work covers a variety of disciplines and media.
Terry New, Pool (edition of 7), 2006. Cad Cast Copper and Water, 42 x 42 x 30 cm
Since foundation, the Royal Academy Schools has been led by a practising artist known as the Keeper. Professor Maurice Cockrill RA was elected Keeper in 2004 and his task is to uphold excellence in both tradition and innovation.
For further information, or to purchase work please contact:
Irina Zaraisky, The Royal Academy Schools
Tel: 0207 300 5650/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Bridget Smith, The Colony Room Club, Soho (from the series “Society”) Digital C-type photograph