The Catlin Guide 2015 | New Artists in the UK

Charles Richardson 'Rehearsal' 2014 video animation low res copy
Charles Richardson 2014 video animation

The Catlin Guide 2015 | New Artists in the UK Launching at The London Art Fair, 21st-25th January 2015

The much-anticipated sixth edition of The Catlin Guide will showcase the UK’s most talented new artists, compiled by curator Justin Hammond. Now established as an indispensable reference for followers of contemporary art, this limited edition annual publication highlights prevailing and future trends, and has become a collectable item in its own right.

Dominic Hawgood 'I command you to get out' 2014 DURATRAN AND LED PANEL 102cmx76cm low res  copy
Dominic Hawgood ‘I command you to get out’ 2014 DURATRAN AND LED PANEL 102cmx76cm

Following an extensive tour of the most recent BA, MA and PG Dip final shows, Hammond conducts a series of artist interviews and consults with leading gallerists, curators, course tutors and collectors, before selecting 40 rising art stars.

This year’s exciting line-up includes painters Tina Jenkins (University of Reading), Oliver Hickmet (City and Guilds of London Art School) and James Tailor (The Cass); photographers Felicity Hammond (Royal College of Art), Dominic Hawgood (Royal College of Art) and Jon Baker (Chelsea College of Arts); and multi-media artists Dominic Watson (Glasgow School of Art) and Zhu Tian (Royal College of Art).

Jon Baker 'Gape (8)' 2014 C type print 72in x 88 in low res copy
Jon Baker ‘Gape (8)’ 2014 C type print 72in x 88 in

Tian Zhu 'Babe' 2013 Rubber
Tian Zhu ‘Babe’ 2013 Rubber

The Catlin Guide 2015 will be unveiled alongside work by a selection of featured artists at the London Art Fair 2015, with a limited number of free copies given away to visitors to the Catlin Guide stand, P25.

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The Catlin Guide 2015 | New Artists in the UK will be available on the Catlin Guide stand P25, in the Art Projects section of the London Art Fair, Business Design Centre, Islington, 21st -25th January.

Following the launch, it will be available to buy for £12.99 from Amazon, Waterstones and selected booksellers.

Oliver Hickmet 'A Foreboding Scene of Impending Happiness' 2014 Acrylic & varnish on canvas
Oliver Hickmet ‘A Foreboding Scene of Impending Happiness’ 2014 Acrylic & varnish on canvas

About Mark Westall

Mark Westall is the Founder and Editor of FAD magazine, ' A curation of the world’s most interesting culture' [PLUS] Art of Conversation: A tri-annual 'no news paper'