Sculptor Thomas Greig (TB-262) is featured in Bloomberg New Contemporaries for a second year running.

Selected by artists George Shaw, Caroline Achaintre and Elizabeth Price, the full list of artists for 2017 are Raen Barnsley, Calum Bowden, Eleanor Breeze, Christy Burdock, Robbie Campbell, Neil Carroll, Sofia Caselli, Adam Castle & Ed Twaddle, Tereza Červeňová, Sarah Cockings & Harriet Fleuriot, Declan Colquitt, José R. Cordeiro, Jake Elwes, Darek Fortas, Rufus Roma Genn, Matthew Gough, Thomas Greig, Tom Hatton, Caitlin Hazell, Gabriella Hirst, Jack Howell Evans, Hettie James, Jack Killick, Carla Lavin, James Laycock, Gal Leshem, Melissa Magnuson, Lucy Mayes, Amanda Moström, Rhona Mühlebach, Nathan Roy Newton, Robbie O'Keeffe, Irvin Pascal, Katarzyna Perlak, Seth Pimlott, Tom Platt, Glen Pudvine, Maïa Régis, Harriet Rickard, Martin Sekera, Devlin Shea, Felix Treadwell, David Walker Kennedy, Max K Weaver and Michaela Yearwood-Dan.

For the first time Bloomberg New Contemporaries will launch at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead and BALTIC’s project space at BALTIC 39, Newcastle upon Tyne (29 September - 26 November 2017) before Block 336 London hosts the exhibition in early 2018 (27 January - 3 March 2018). More information here

Image: Thomas Greig, _DirT, clothing rail, stretch film, tights, sandpaper, wallpaper paste, 89 x 110 x 30cm, 2016. Image courtesy BNC 2017.