New Contemporaries actively supports the next generation of contemporary visual artists, enabling talent to ensure the long-term sustainability of emerging practices.
Since 1949 New Contemporaries has played a vital part in the story of contemporary British art, and has reflected as well as responded to developments in artistic practice, the changing landscape of galleries, and the role of art school education over nearly 70 years.
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