Summer exhibition Royal Academy of arts 2017

Exhibition June 13 − August 20, 2017
Over the last 250 years, regardless of the circumstances of the Royal Academy of arts in London holds the most extensive in the world open exhibition. This year presents more than 1200 works (almost each of which can be purchased) from both established and unknown artists, sculptors and photographers from all over the world. Coordinates participants ' Eileen Cooper – painter, academician and laureate of the order of the British Empire. She says: "I didn't want to focus exclusively on England and was consciously seeking the talents far from his native country."

Each room-gallery of the exhibition is a unique combination of colors, accents, lines, and feelings. Here you will plunge into the world of contemporary art – and all this thanks to the work of hundreds of artists, including Brian Catling, Alwyn Bowie, mark Wallinger, rosemary Trockel, Wolfgang Tillmans, Julian Schnabel, Marina Abramovic, Tracey Emin, Tomoaki Suzuki, Sean Scully, Jim dine...

The main purpose of the exhibition was and remains the financial support for young artists to promote their works. Anyone over a certain value can present your creations.

The exhibition will run from 13 June to 20 August 2017.