Modern Art Oxford to host solo exhibition by Catz graduating artist

Modern Art Oxford to host solo exhibition by Catz graduating artist

St Catherine’s is pleased to see one of our very new graduates Nathan Caldecott (2014, Fine Art) selected from this year’s graduating artists at Ruskin School of Art for a solo exhibition at Modern Art Oxford.

Nathan, who graduated last week with a First Class degree, will be representing the Ruskin in competition with 15 other artists represented by 5 major galleries in the South East for the CVAN Platform Award, and we wish him the best of luck.

About the show, titled Render Stations, Nathan told us: “It will feature new work that I’ve made this month, alongside a 5 metre tall sculpture that I worked on through Hilary and Trinity, and exhibited in the degree show.

“It feeds into a wider programme of support, and has given me an insight into the hard work done behind the scenes at a lot of public galleries. I’m hugely grateful to Catz, the Ruskin and to Modern Art Oxford for the opportunity.”

You can see Render Stations at Modern Art Oxford from the 9th to the 27th August and Nathan will be hosting an artist talk in the space at 2pm on 19th August – see here for more information.