Radlett exhibition not purely academic

PUBLISHED: 13:09 18 June 2009 | UPDATED: 14:11 06 May 2010

THE NOT the Royal Academy summer exhibition opens its doors in Radlett next Saturday, June 27, for two months. The McNeill Gallery in Watling Street will be featuring a variety of work at its answer to the RA annual exhibition which runs until August 28.

THE NOT the Royal Academy summer exhibition opens its doors in Radlett next Saturday, June 27, for two months.

The McNeill Gallery in Watling Street will be featuring a variety of work at its answer to the RA annual exhibition which runs until August 28.

It will include new work from the latest graduates of the Slade School of Art together with John Alvero Caldes, Paul Lemmon, Rupert Dixon, Reshma Govindjee, Claire Burke, Hazel Mountford and Ewa Sobreska.

The exhibition also includes sculptures from Brazilian-based Gaby Ortero and Andrew MacCullum, humorist paintings by Rosie Blair together with new paintings from Lawrie Williamson, Georgie Young, Hashim Akib and Alex Rennie.

Further details about the Not the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition can be found at www.mcneillgallery.co


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