Post-YBAs

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Post-YBAs refers to British artists emerging in the 2000s after the Young British Artists.

Post-YBA artists include Tim Noble and Sue Webster,[1] Carey Young,[2] Oliver Payne and Nick Relph,[3] David Thorpe,[4] Eva Rothschild,[5] Mike Nelson[6] and Darren Almond.[7]

According to Matthew Higgs, Simon Starling's winning of the Turner Prize in 2005 reflected a post-YBA sensibility which is more modestly material and formal than spectacle-driven.[8] Enrico David tapped into a post-YBA vogue for craft.[9] The post-YBA generation has also been associated with neo-conceptual art with a political edge.[10]

Artists associated with the post-YBAs include Martin Maloney.[11]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Village Voice, 17 November 2003
  2. ^ artext, Spring, 2002
  3. ^ ArtForum, Jan 2004
  4. ^ Matthew Sweet, The Independent, 23 Oct 2004
  5. ^ Laura Cumming, The Observer, 9 April 2006.
  6. ^ The Guardian, Sept 4, 2001
  7. ^ The Independent, 17 January 2008.
  8. ^ artnet Magazine, 6 Dec 2005
  9. ^ timeout.com, accessed 7 December 2007.
  10. ^ Jonathan Jones, The Guardian, 30 September 2000.
  11. ^ telegraph.co.uk, 27 May 2004, accessed Sept 11, 2007