Recently opened at the Tetley in Leeds, Painting in Time is a collection of works by different artists which push the boundaries of paint away from the static and towards including changing, interactive objects. 472 more words
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Opening today at the Henry Moore Institute are two new shows which cast distinctly different eyes over the techniques, environments and possibilities of sculpture.
In Galleries 1, 2 and 3, the main exhibition brings together works by the contemporary American artist Carol Bove and the Venetian architect and designer Carlo Scarpa, who is primarily represented by works from the 1960’s. 451 more words
Recently opened at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Back to Land is a collection of work by the influential Castleford-born artist, Henry Moore. Over a very varied career, Moore’s prolific output ranged from monumental sculptures – like the one in the photograph above, in which the human form was presented in abstracted, sensual form – to war drawings of people sheltering in subway tunnels during the London blitz. 443 more words
Just opened at Leeds Art Gallery, One Day, Something Happens: Paintings of People is a diverse exhibition of works exploring the figure in art. It takes its name from a quote by the painter Walter Sickert: an artist whose alleged links to the Jack the Ripper case has somewhat overshadowed his creative output. 463 more words
2015 marks the 50th year of independence for Singapore. Catching Breath, commissioned by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is exhibited at the the Australian High Commissioner’s Residence to celebrate Singapore’s bilateral relationship with Australia. 316 more words