sculpture

557 Shadows

557 Shadows is a new group exhibition at the Crypt Gallery, St Pancras Church. In the evocative setting of the Crypt, six artists will present a series of works exploring the beauty and mystery of the human form. 557 Shadows combines classical craftsmanship with modern interpretation to give unique views of the body in life and death that question what it means to be human, with the title referenc ...[Read More]

Jacob Epstein and Blackpool

Midway through its showing at Blackpool’s Grundy Art Gallery is the insightful, Jacob Epstein and Blackpool exhibition. This display tells the story of the controversial sculptor Jacob Epstein and his ground-breaking statue ‘Adam’, which was displayed in the holiday town throughout the summer of 1939. The exhibition examines through the media of press clippings, photography, film and ephemera how ...[Read More]

BLAST! 2010

BLAST! 2010 Cohesion Glass Network – Annual selling exhibition September 9 – November 6, 2010 Zest Gallery is hosting BLAST! – the Cohesion Glass Networkʼs annual selling exhibition, for the second year running. This exciting collaboration will showcase some of the best British contemporary glass art, featuring sculptural and wall mounted work selected from Cohesionʼs talented members, ...[Read More]

Michael Cooper @ Pangolin

Through the medium of stone and bronze Michael Cooper has created a powerful body of sculptures; a jungle of animals so full of character and movement it would hard not to be captivated by their enchanting presence. Oxfordshire based artist, Michael Cooper, is a master of stone carving. His technique means that mass and gravity are ever present in the animals he depicts. Indeed the essential chara ...[Read More]

Fallis in Wonderland

Fallis In Wonderland5 May – 3 July 10 Inspired by Lewis Carroll’s classic fantasy, “Alice in Wonderland,” Fallis uses humour and absurd distortion to draw our attention to the issues that trouble her – mass consumerism, scientific distortion and environmental destruction: “When we consider our planet and its entire species we really are living in a wonderland,&# ...[Read More]

Lizi Sánchez – Journeyman’s Heirs

Continuing an edgy programme of art by emerging and established national and international artists, Duckett and Jeffreys Gallery are pleased to present an exciting exhibition of sculpture and collage by Lizi Sánchez. Born in Peru, Lizi Sanchez completed her MFA in Fine art at Goldsmiths, London, in 2007, whilst there winning the Red Mansion Art Prize, resulting in a residency in Beijing. Her colla ...[Read More]

Nathaniel Rackowe at the Delfina Foundation

26 March – 23 April 2010 Mon-Sat, 10:00 – 18:00 at The Delfina Foundation Artist talk: 8 April 2010, 19:00 – 20:00 Nathaniel Rackowe in conversation with Jon Wood (Henry Moore Institute) rsvp to info@delfinafoundation.com essential Produced during his residency in Beirut, Nathaniel Rackowe’s new works have developed from his growing appreciation of the architectural forms and structures of t ...[Read More]

William Tucker @ Pangolin

An Exhibition of sculpture, maquettes, prints & drawings William Tucker’s sculpture masters a unique balance between the figurative and the abstract with truly powerful results. His works are expressive in their mass and bring emotional gesture to a solid core. An ambiguity of image means that direct interpretations are often elusive, however as a result of this his intricate surfaces and comp ...[Read More]

Charlie Murphy: The Anatomy of Desire

A text + work Exhibition, the Arts University College at Bournemouth 8 February 2010 – 5 March 2010 Gallery Event : Friday 12 February 2010, 6.30-9pm Artist Talk, Live Performance, Book Launch & Reception text+work, the Arts University College at Bournemouth is pleased to announce The Anatomy of Desire, a groundbreaking solo exhibition by Charlie Murphy that examines the forms, issues and dial ...[Read More]

Close Encounters in Solihull

Join Kirsty E. Smith for the launch of Close Encounters of a Frillip Moolog Kind in the G1 main exhibition space, Solihull Arts Complex, Thursday 22nd October, 6 to 7.30pm. Experience the intriguing world of Frillip Moolog, engage with Kirsty’s latest beings and enjoy a drink. Close Encounters of a Frillip Moolog Kind has been described as joyous and uplifting. Kirsty E Smith’s fascinating mixed m ...[Read More]

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