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Ben Uri’s small exhibition space in St John’s Wood was so packed for the private view of Uproar: The First 50 Years of the London Group last night that gallery staff needed to direct people-traffic in and out of each room of the gallery. It was an extraordinary showing of great British paintings from half […]
Posted onJoan Eardley at Portland Gallery, London, until 17 May Lynn Chadwick: Evolution in Sculpture at Abbot Hall in Kendal and Blackwell, the Arts and Crafts House in Bowness-on-Windermere until 15 June The Cutting Edge of Modernity: The Grosvenor School Linocuts at Osborne Samuel, London until 11 May Julian Trevelyan at Bohun Gallery, Henley on Thames, until 1 […]
Posted onThe Year of Modern British Sculpture continues this month with an interesting confluence of sculptor-anniversaries. Ten years ago, in April 2003, British sculptor Lynn Chadwick died at his home in Gloucestershire, having enjoyed a long and successful career. ‘A great late 20th century sculptor … the successor to Henry Moore’, wrote Terence Mullaly in the Guardian‘s obituary. In […]
Posted onThose of you who keep an eye on our Facebook page or Twitter feed might have noticed our recent suggestion that 2013 is the unofficial year of Modern British sculpture. Certainly a quick glance at the exhibitions opening in the UK this month would confirm that suspicion. In addition to shows focussing on those artists […]
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