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Semilore Delano, Max Cooper-Clarke and Gregory Kirby are featured in the Betts Project group exhibition 'Not only, but also' featuring works sampled from twelve architects from five architecture schools around the UK

last modified Sep 08, 2020 04:35 PM

Betts Project is pleased to announce Not only, but also, a group exhibition featuring works sampled from twelve architects from five architecture schools around the UK.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, architecture departments in UK schools were forced to cancel or postpone their end of year shows. These shows sought to share and conclude up to seven years worth of study and development, standing as a crucial step for students to initiate their future practice and expand to the wider world.

With an intention to support the proceeding generation of architects, and utilising both up and downstairs gallery spaces, the exhibition features new work by twelve graduating students from the academic year 2019-2020. The selected projects engage with a range of media including sculpture, painting, ceramics, sound, film, tapestry, drawing and publication while demonstrating a unique ability to recognise, provoke and challenge contemporary architectural discourse.

The following architects are featured in the exhibition:

Shawn Adams

The Royal College of Art

Fai Chung

The Architectural Association School of Architecture

Max Cooper-Clark

University of Cambridge

Semilore Delano

University of Cambridge

Gregory Kirby

University of Cambridge

Louie Levison

The Manchester School of Architecture

Georgie McEwan

The Royal College of Art 

Benjamin Mehigan

The Royal College of Art

Grace Schofield

The Royal College of Art 

Isaac Nanabeyin Simpson

The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL

Jade Tang

The Royal College of Art 

Serhan Ahmet Tekbas

The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL

 

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