G.W. Bot and David Frazer – 2021 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

In News September 8, 2021

Image above: David Frazer  Waiting for Rain (panel 1, 2nd state)  2013  linocut  edition 50  51.5 x 48 cm

Congratulations to G.W. Bot and David Frazer, who will have work featured in this year’s Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.

G.W. Bot has a recent work featured, ‘Burnt Bent Glyph.’ David Frazer has two works in the exhibition, this year will be the third time that David’s work has been featured in the renowned exhibition.

Held every year without fail since 1769, the Summer Exhibition presents a celebration of contemporary art and architecture. It is the world’s oldest open submission exhibition – which means that anyone can enter their work to be considered, including leading artists, household names, new and emerging talent. In this way, it provides a platform for the artistic community to showcase what they’re doing.

In 2021, the Summer Exhibition has been coordinated by renowned artist Yinka Shonibare RA. The exhibition will explore the theme of ‘Reclaiming Magic’ and celebrate the joy of creating art.

The exhibition will open at the Royal Academy on 22 September 2021, and is current until 2 January 2022. For more information, click here.

Image above: G.W. Bot  Burnt Bent Glyph  2020  linocut on Kozo paper  edition 10  64.5 x 98.5 cm

Image above: The Guardian, London, September 16 2021

Image above: David Frazer  Hug  2011  wood engraving 12.5 x 11 cm