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The Acme Project Space ran from June 2009 to December 2015. It provided an opportunity for those artists who are part of our Residency & Awards Programme and our International Residencies Programme with a public space within which to develop projects, show new work and engage in a critical dialogue with a wider audience.

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Jamie Hosegood

‘PUBLIC IMAGE’ 24.10.2014 - 2.11.2014

 
'Fatty' by Jamie Hosegood, oil on canvas, 118.5cm x 92cm, 2014
'Fatty' by Jamie Hosegood, oil on canvas, 118.5cm x 92cm, 2014
'Bette Smoking' by Jamie Hosegood, acrylic on paper, 29.5x21cm, 2014
'Untitled (Chris)' bu Jamie Hosegood, oil on board, 46x33cm, 2014
'Untitled (adele2)' by Jamie Hosegood, mixed media on paper, 29.8x21cm, 2014
'Standing on the Beach' by Jamie Hosegood, oil and household gloss on canvas, 121x81cm, 2013-2014
 
 

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Wednesday to Sunday 1pm to 6pm

Private View: Thursday 23 October, 6pm to 8pm

 

PUBLIC IMAGE is a collection of new work by Jamie Hosegood marking the culmination of his time as the inaugural recipient of the year-long Helen Scott Lidgett Studio Award, part of Acme Studios' Residency & Awards Programme.

The exhibition presents a selection of Hosegood’s paintings in which he explores the medium's ongoing theoretical relationship with the photograph as source and subject.

 

The Helen Scott Lidgett Studio Award forms part of Acme Studios’ Residency & Awards Programme and Central Saint Martins’ new initiatives to support their Fine Art graduates. This award aims to provide a bridge between art school and practice as a professional artist by awarding a recent MA graduate a rent-free studio for 12 months together with a bursary of £5,000, and the opportunity to access curators, other professional artists and networking opportunities. The award also provides mentoring by members of the Helen Scott Lidgett committee, to the selected graduate, and all those who apply.

This award – a partnership initiative between Acme Studios and Central Saint Martins – is jointly funded for the next three years by Acme and the Helen Scott Lidgett Fund.

 
 

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