Royal Academy of Art’s Online A Level Exhibition

Each year The Royal Academy of Art holds an online A Level Summer Exhibition in which aspiring artists attending Sixth form colleges or schools in the UK can enter a piece of artwork. This year over 1,280 students took part and the Royal Academy of Arts expert panel then chose 36 outstanding pieces of art.

Congratulations go to Year 13 student Boris Hallvig who is one of the 36 artists to have his piece chosen. It is a page taken from ‘Headlights’, a graphic novel inspired by noir and neo-noir films such as Double Indemnity, D.O.A and Blade Runner. It was also inspired by fifties comic book artist Alex Raymond.

Having your work chosen to appear in the Royal Academy of Art’s A Level Summer Exhibition Online is a great achievement for young artists in the UK. Students from all over the country enter their works and the exhibition showcases a rich variety of styles and media: from drawing and video to sculpture and prints, painting and photography.

Boris is hoping to study film at the University of Falmouth from September.

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