• Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2014, ICA, London. © Mark Blower
    19 January 2015

    Bloomberg New Contemporaries Announce Selection Panel for 2015

    Bloomberg New Contemporaries is pleased to announce Hurvin Anderson, Jessie Flood-Paddock and Simon Starling as selectors for 2015.
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  • Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2014, ICA, London. © Mark Blower
    15 December 2014

    Submissions for Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2015

    Submissions for Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2015 will open 12 January, closing 8 February 2015.
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  • Tess Vaughan, Artefact Artifact, 2013. Concrete.
    20 November 2014

    Bloomberg New Contemporaries moves to ICA

    To accompany this years exhibition, a programme of performances and events will run alongside Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2014 at the ICA.
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  • Frieze Writer's Prize 2014
    3 November 2014

    New Contemporaries Blog: Frieze Writer's Prize 2014

    What makes a good piece of writing? What makes a good piece of art writing? It's hard to say exactly. I have spent many long, coffee-doused nights at my computer screen wishing that I had cracked the perfect formula, so that it would come easily – impeccable, repeatable – every time I sit down to start a piece.
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  • Matt Copson, Reynard by Numbers (feat. M Honey), 2013. Coloured pen on paper
    22 October 2014

    Matt Copson Blog Post

    Greetings pats and plebs,

    Now where was I? Ah, yes: Everyone I’ve ever known and loved is dead. I live in a cave. I was abandoned as a child. I’m gluten intolerant. I’ve been drowned at birth, impaled in infancy, blinded in adolescence and ceaselessly castrated, maimed, slow-cooked and slaughtered in my middle-age.

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  • Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2014, World Museum Liverpool
    13 October 2014

    Bloomberg New Contemporaries / Artquest Support Programme

    Bloomberg New Contemporaries and Artquest are partnering on a programme designed to assist UK artists with opportunities and to develop strategies for sustainability through an understanding of where their practice fits within the current arts ecology.
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