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THIS IS TOMORROW

100 Painters of Tomorrow by Kurt Beers

30th Oct 2014

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100 Painters of Tomorrow is the culmination of a major new project to find the most exciting, up-and-coming painters at work today. This major publication introduces and presents the work of a global cast of painters selected by an international panel featuring some of the most prominent names in contemporary art, and offers an intelligent snapshot of the best new talent in painting from across the world. The 100 featured artists were gathered through an open call for submissions that drew over 4,300 applications, from nearly 40 countries, including Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, India, Iran, Japan, Mexico, Poland, Singapore, South Africa, Turkey, the UK and the USA. Their work spans an extraordinary range of styles and techniques, from abstraction to figuration, minimalism to magical realism, and straight oil-on-canvas to mixed-media and installation based painting.

100 Painters of Tomorrow features high-quality reproductions of each artist’s work plus short exploratory texts by author Kurt Beers – often including biographical detail and quotations from the artists themselves – that provide a personal insight into their thinking and their creative practice. Complete with resources including a global listing of further artists to watch, this is the definitive book on the outstanding painters of the future.

The selection panel comprised the painter Cecily Brown, curators Tony Godfrey, Yuko Hasegawa and Gregor Muir, Director of the ICA [who has also written the Introduction], writer-critics Suzanne Hudson, Barry Schwabsky and Philip Tinari, writer/editor Jacky Klein, collector Valeria Napoleone and Kurt Beers.

Kurt Beers is director of the London gallery Beers Contemporary. He works with both emerging and established artists and has initiated various multidisciplinary projects, including the Award for Emerging Art and the annual open group exhibition Contemporary Visions.
 

100 Painters of Tomorrow edited by Kurt Beers is published by Thames & Hudson, 22 September 2014, Price: £35.00; thamesandhudson.com100paintersoftomorrow.com


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Guillermo Mora, (bottom [She][lf], 2011, layers of acrylic paint tied with the fragment of a painting, and acrylic on cotton tied with rubber bands, 17 × 21 × 27.5 cm/ Courtesy the artist and Casa Triângulo, São Paulo

Jenny Kemp, Decodelia, 2013, gouache on paper, 76 × 51 cm. Courtesy the artist

Chokra, Al-Mtsaalh Haal [Trucial Case], 2010, live performance, variable dimensions Courtesy the artist, Domus and The Watermill Center, New York. Photo Ramak Fazel

Ryan Mosley, Dance of the Nobleman, 2011, 215 × 185 × 3.2 cm. Courtesy the artist, Alison Jacques Gallery, London, Galerie Eigen + Art, Berlin & Leipzig

Ewa Juszkiewicz, Cardinal, 2012, oil on canvas, 145 × 90 cm. Courtesy the artist and lokal_30 gallery, Warsaw

Andrew Salgado, Waiting, 2013, oil on canvas with spray, 100 × 100 cm. Courtesy the artist, Beers Contemporary and Oskar Proctor

Alexander Gutsche, Monarchie und Alltag [Monarchy and Everyday Life], 2012, acrylic on canvas, 240 × 160 cm [941/2 × 63 in]. Courtesy the artist and Galerie Emmanuel Post, Berlin. Photos Andreas Wünschirs, Leipzig

Cornelia Baltes, Dingbats, 2013, acrylic on canvas and wood, 120 × 130cm. Courtesy the artist and Private Collection, Frankfurt

André Hemer, Auto Tone [inexplicable things that hipsters say], 2012, acrylic on canvas, 60.5 × 45.5cm. Courtesy the artist

Andrew Brischler. They Hold No Quarter, They Ask No Quarter, 2011, acrylic and crayon on linen, 185 × 145cm (723/4 × 57 in.) Courtesy the artist and Gavlak Gallery, Palm Beach

Tala Madani, Blackout, 2012, oil on linen, 59.7 × 44.5 cm. Courtesy the artist and Pilar Corrias, London