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Blue Curry At Studio Voltaire

Blue Curry At Studio Voltaire
Blue Curry's contemporary sculptures at Studio Voltaire, image courtesy of Studio Voltaire.

art:i:curate artist Blue Curry shows his contemporary sculptures at London's Studio Voltaire OPEN 2015 exhibition. 


Studio Voltaire’s first open submission exhibition was held in 2004, since then they have hosted seven open exhibitions with a changing panel, made up of artists, writers and curators. Studio Voltaire OPEN: 2015 is a more focused group exhibition than in previous years. This exhibition brings together twelve artists chosen from an open submission process. Selectors were attracted to those with a strong identity, unique voice and often-idiosyncratic methods. The Studio Voltaire OPEN is testament to their commitment to foster new talent, support diversity and give opportunity to emerging practices.


Featured artists include Jemima Brown, Blue Curry, Gaia Fugazza, Luey Graves, Evan Ifekoya, Nnena Kalu, Nigel Kingsbury, Rafaela Lopez & Georgia Rene Worms, Christian Ovonlen, Hayley Silverman, Claudia Williams, and Zadie Xa. 



Installation view at Studio Voltaire, 2015, image courtesy of Studio Voltaire.



Blue Curry was born in Nassau, Bahamas. He holds a BA (Hons) in Photography and Multimedia from the University of Westminster, London (2004) and an MA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths, University of London (2009). He was included in the Catlin Guide of the top 40 emerging UK artists (2010) and profiled in a two-part BBC documentary on graduate artists the same year. 


Collect sculpture by Blue Curry.

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