Launching midday Wednesday 19th September 2018

We are very delighted to introduce you to our newest collection for the 18/19 academic year! This exciting new range of work features over 35 new and returning current students and recent graduates of University of the Arts London, featuring print, photography, illustration, fine art, sculpture, fashion and ceramics.

As always the collection was selected by a panel leading figures in the world of art and design, this time made up of:

A selection of work from each Artist in the 2018 Collection is available to view and purchase throughout the MiAL 2018 Annual Exhibition, this year in conjunction with TM Lighting as they launch their new gallery space in Central London.
The exhibition runs from Thursday 20th September to Friday 12th October, open daily Mon-Fri, 10am - 5pm.
MiAL is also hosting two Professional Development Brunches on Saturday 22nd September and Saturday 6th October. These sessions are free to attend, but booking is essential! Full details can be found here.

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Bunny Mellon by Andrea Vytlacilova. Giclee print of an ink drawing of a glamourous 20's style female figure in a hat surrounded by billowing clouds of pink.

Andrea Vytlačilová

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Bunny Mellon

Egor Buimister ink watercolour and pencil on paper illustration

Egors Buimisters

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Abstract painting in acrylic depicting a christmas tree formed of saggy boobs and limp penis's. Painted by Chih I Chen

Chih I Chen

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Colony by Molly Brocklehurst. Oil painting on canvas based on a vintage photograph. The image shows a family walking down a beach side promenade with a pier int eh background.

Molly Brocklehurst

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Series of 5 ceramic cubes of varying dimensions, each of which have been manipulated using gestures recalling the 5 body memories: discomfort, constriction, frustration, disconnection and exhaustion, in response to the artists experiences of forced-handedness during her childhood in former East Germany.

Anke Buchmann

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Come Again?

Abstract portrait of yellow woman with purple and indigo hair painted on a pale blue background by Anges Moricz

Ágnes Móricz

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Wax sculpture of an imprint of the artists old jacket which was going to be thrown away, by James Sirrell

James Sirrell

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Deathmask #2

Illustration of a figure standing in what looks like a garden or green space against a starry night sky. The figures head looks like it has burst into pink frames and their face has disappeared. Hand illustrated using acrylic markers on perspex glass by Ai Wei Chloe Looi.

Ai Wei Chloe Looi

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Abstract photograph of a close up image of the human body with ethereal lights projected across the skin by Charlotte Harney

Charlotte Harney

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Divine Spark

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