6 July – 28 September 2019
Huddersfield Art Gallery, Princess Alexandra Walk, Huddersfield, HD1 2SU
An exhibition of contemporary sculpture by members of the Royal Society of Sculptors based in the North and Midlands. The work shown will reflect a diverse range of methods, visual and conceptual concerns.
This exhibition invites its audience to reconsider and look beyond traditional themes and histories and consider new narratives and relationships. It will also provide opportunities to look at new forms of practice alongside more familiar processes.
Among the themes to be explored and presented will be light, space the potency of colour, places, spaces and objects, still life and improvisation, materiality, landscape, reconstruction, deconstruction, urban and rural, permanence and the temporary, and notions of history, ecology and mythology.
Exhibiting sculptors: Lorna Green, Mark Houghton, Graham Keddie, Nicolas Moreton, Suzanne North, Lewis Robinson, Victoria Ferrand-Scott, Antonia Spowers, Jeremy Turner, Susan Williams
Supported by Arts Council England.
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