Now and Then: Art Now at Tate Britain, by Lizzie Carey-Thomas
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‘Art Now’ is a long-running series of exhibitions at Tate Britain, focusing on new work by emerging artists.
Since the 1990’s it has recognized talent at its outset, giving exposure to artists who have gone on to become established figures in Contemporary British Art, both nationally and internationally.
Now and Then: Art Now at Tate Britain (2004) surveys recent ‘Art Now’ projects, providing a unique record and a barometer of art practice in Britain at the start of the 21st Century.
Critic Martin Herbert reflects on the position of ‘Art Now’ within the art scene. Tate curators Lizzie Carey-Thomas and Katherine Stout investigate the shared connections between the diverse range of work represented.
Fully illustrated throughout, Now and Then includes such artists as Mark Titchner, Roger Hiorns, David Musgrave, Lucy McKenzie, Ian Kiaer, Nigel Cooke, and Claire Barclay.