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Magali Reus “draws her subjects from the unassuming details of everyday life, from domestic an crafted objects to industrial design, colliding the messy residues of human activity with the clean-cut surfaces of mass production.” Detailed and technical re-creations of pavements with reproduced found-like objects. Read More >

Posted: September 28th, 2015
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Des Hughes’s show is an homage to Henry Moore. In 1980 Moore gave a public sculpture to the town of Castleford – Working Model of Draped Reclining Figure. The gift prompted a show of artworks by local school children – Henry Moore and the Children of Castleford. Read More >

Posted: September 28th, 2015
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UK retrospective of the sculptor Sir Anthony Caro (1924-2013). Caro was taught by Henry Moore and has along association with Yorkshire, often showing new work at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Caro experimented with industrial materials (he introducing Henry Moore to polystyrene, which saved Moore time compared to traditional plaster methods). Caro said “I’m interested in the edges of art. I’m interested in where things go over from sculpture to architecture, from sculpture to painting.” Read More >

Posted: September 28th, 2015
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Last Wednesday, I found an excuse to visit The Hepworth gallery in Wakefield. The gallery building itself was designed by David Chipperfield Architects and opened in 2011. It sits on the river Calder. The gallery spaces are varied, some low, some with tall spaces, windows framing the old industrial buildings which surround the new concrete faces. Read More >

Posted: September 28th, 2015
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Morning walk around the grounds of Jesus College in Cambridge. This year’s Sculpture in the Close show includes work by James Capper, Roger Hiorns, Thomas Houseago, Eva Rothschild and Lucy Skaer – next to the permanent collection (including Antony Gormley, Richard Long, Eduardo Paolozzi, Alison Wilding and William Turnbull). The show closes September 27th. Read More >

Posted: September 14th, 2015
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