orhizon part of the Royal Academy Summer Show 2009
Now in its 241st year, the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition 2009 continues the tradition of displaying a wide range of new work by both established and unknown artists in all media including painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture and architecture.
.horhizon is proud to announce that a number of works of various members have made it in the Royal Academy Summer Show. Amongst the works is the collaborative work of Tobias Klein and Ben Cowd called: Contoured Embodiment the works of Sara Shafiei titled: Invisible University, L.A.W.U.N Project 21 and ʻBeaconʼ of sunflower island and the solo work of Tobias Klein titled: Resonating Bodies in Viscous Space This year’s co-ordinators, Royal Academicians Ann Christopher, Eileen Cooper and Will Alsop have selected works for the exhibition around the theme of ‘Making Space’. Since the founding of the Royal Academy of Arts in 1768, the annual Summer Exhibition has become the worldʼs largest open-submission contemporary art exhibition.