RA Summer Exhibition

Caroline Kha, La Nina El Nino, 2012, Collage on paper. 42 x 29.7 cm. © 

Caroline Kha, La Nina El Nino, 2012, Collage on paper. 42 x 29.7 cm. © 

 

Exhibition dates: 10 June - 18 August 2013

Royal Academy of Arts

Main Galleries, Burlington House

Burlington House, Piccadilly

London W1J 0BD

Now in its 245th year, the RA Summer exhibition remains a much anticipated highlight of the arts calendar, serving as a unique window on to all areas of the contemporary art world. It is the world’s largest open-submission exhibition, displaying more than 1,000 works in all styles and media, including painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, architectural models and film.

Caroline Kha's work, "La Nina, El Nino", has been selected from 12,000 entries to be included in the RA Summer Exhibition 2013.  Exhibition runs until 18 August.


Caroline Kha

Kha’s practice explores the relationship of photography and painting, image reproduction and cultural perceptions.  “In many ways her practice is a way of understanding her own background as well as apprehending the environments she finds herself in.” – Soraya Rodriguez, Director, Zoo Art Fair Enterprises.

Kha received a BSc at UNSW and BFA at the National Art School, Sydney.  In 2009 she was selected as an artist-in-residence at the Florence Trust, London.  Recent exhibitions include her first solo exhibition in London, A Spot of Time , dalla Rosa Gallery (2010); London Art Fair, Florence Trust (2010); London Art Fair, dalla Rosa Gallery (2011); Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts (2012) and second solo exhibition: The Tourist, dalla Rosa Gallery (2013), London.  Kha's work has been has been exhibited and found in private collections in Australia, Hong Kong, China and the United Kingdom.  


 

 

 

 

 

Source: http://www.royalacademy.org.uk/exhibitions...