Alex Clarke | Tiril Hasselknippe | Conor Backman | Paul Kneale | Jordan Nassar | Foster & Berean | Amalia Ulman | Luke Libera Moore | Takeshi Shiomitsu | John Gordon Gauld | Lewis Teague Wright | Holly White | Samuel Levack & Jennifer Lewandowski | Hector Arce-Espasas | Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau | Jamie Jenkinson

June Snow, 2014 Installation View
June Snow, 2014 Installation View
June Snow, 2014 Installation View
Lewis Teague Wright, As Excusable As Fiction, 2014, powdercoated steel 90 x 85 x 15 cm
Luke Libera, Moore Petals 2014, digital print & fittings 102 x 76 cm
Paul Kneale Www.Ri.Ms/Mediafire.Bump 2014 stainless steel railing, laser cut perspex, chain and wire £3,750 + relevant taxes
Matthew de Kersaint Giradeau, ‘Success Object Drawing’ 2013 – 2014 Pencil on Paper
Foster & Berean, How to Be Alone (Concealed Revelation), 2014, silver etch privacy film, laminated glass, perspex and aluminum, 160 x 123 cm
Amalia Ulman, Love 2014 vinyl dimensions variable
Conor Backman, The Thought Of The Thoughtless, 2014, oil on steel 35.5 x 40.6 x 7.6 cm
Alex Clarke, ‘Paintings’, 2014, oil and pastel on canvas, 61 x 41 cm
Hector Arce-Espasas, Pineapple, 2014 Porcelain 50 x 20 x 20 cm

Evelyn Yard is pleased to present a new project to engage with the work of critical young artists. The simple, almost banal theme, suggests a polyphony of positions occupied, that don’t necessarily begin with old art grudges, but rather explore the possibility of the gallery space as a vehicle for discourse on aesthetics and beyond. The uncanny spectre of a snowstorm in June, a promise of a perpetually inverted Spring, the blank canvas of climate change.