Posts Tagged ‘sculpture’

Carving out space 12th January – 10th March 2013 Ruthin Craft Centre Gallery 1, 2 & 3 Ornithology Gary Breeze letter forms Warwick Freeman jewellery Jim Partridge, Liz Walmsley furniture David Nash sculpture Guy Taplin carved birds Curated by Amanda Game Carving out space brings together six artists and makers who explore intellectual and physical […]

I enjoyed seeing Karla Black at GOMA in Glasgow. I love the way her work explores the following: artifice edifice transience decoration femininity reality the unreal theatre drama pretense Karla Black will present major new sculptures in the grand ground-floor exhibition space of the Gallery of Modern Art. Black is an artist who has achieved […]

Upcoming:Karla Black solo show Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow 20 April – 24 June 2012 Karla Black’s work is to be the subject of a solo show at the Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow.Karla Black will present major new sculptures in the grand ground floor of the Gallery of Modern Art’s exhibition space. Black is […]

Stuart Shave/Modern Art is delighted to announce a solo exhibition of new sculpture by Karla Black. This is the artist’s first solo show with Modern Art. Karla Black’s sculptures are formed from materials that are loose, impermanent and fragile – combinations of various powders, make-up, toiletries, cellophane and polythene, along with more ordinary art-making materials […]

The Freud Museum ~ Exhibitions ~ Louise Bourgeois: The Return of the Repressed. Related articles Viggo Mortensen visits the Freud Museum ( The Freud Museum ~ Lucian Freud My Father January 25- March 4th ( Louise Bourgeois: The Spider, the Mistress and the Tangerine – directed by Marion Cajori – 2008 (

Sir David Chipperfield, architect of the £35 million Hepworth Wakefield, enters the building and meets Director, Simon Wallis and Leader of Wakefield Council, Peter Box The galleries show the work of Barbara Hepworth and place it within the wider context. Works by the St Ives artists and mid century modernists allow a dialogue to take […]



We recently went to see the huge sculpture in St Helens sited on a former colliery. Dream was made in consultation with local community groups by the Spanish sculptor Jaume Plensa. Born in Barcelona in 1955 I first saw his work in a highly influential exhibition at oriel 31 in newtown, Powys in 1994 as […]