Bartlett’s Summer Show 2015

Bartlett’s Summer Show 2015

The Bartlett is famous for its poky studios and rather insular units. This year though, in its new temporary location, we are presented with a more spacious display of work.



Still as breathtakingly dramatic as you would expect, but a change might be underway; Bob Sheil the head of school, describes mixing it up at the mid-year open crits.

This year the school also claims to be addressing complex social issues. From the powerful utopian manifestos of Unit 10 to UG3’s 1:1 builds in King’s Cross, there is a resonance with current political and cultural discourses at every scale.

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Photography by Bea Martin ©BG-Martin 2015



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