23 October 2017

Nicholson And Hepworth From Herbert Read Collection To Be Auctioned

Important works by iconic British Modernists from the collection of art historian and founder of the Institute of Contemporary Art, (ICA) Herbert Read, are to be offered for sale at Bonhams in their Modern British and Irish Art auction on Wednesday 22 November.

7 September 2017

Out Of London Exhibitions Artlyst Picks 10 Of The Best Autumn 2017

Autumn sees the launch of a number of exciting exhibitions around the country, confirming that you don’t have to visit the capital to see first rate art.

22 August 2014

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Antony Gormley Backs Campaign to Save Barbara Hepworth Wolverhampton Sculpture

The Turner Prize winning sculptor Sir Antony Gormley has backed the Mander Hepworth campaign against Royal Bank of Scotland in the Wolverhampton public sculpture sell-off row. The artist has given his backing to the campaign to save the Barbara Hepworth sculpture Rock Form (Porthcurno), removed from the Mander Centre, Wolverhampton, by owners RBS and Delancey. […]

30 September 2012

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William Scott Retrospective Exhibition To Tour UK In 2013

To mark the centenary of the birth of the internationally acclaimed modern painter William Scott (1913-1989),  the Tate St Ives, in association with Hepworth Wakefield and Ulster Museum, Belfast,  will be featuring an important retrospective exhibition. This will be the first major exhibition of the artist in the UK for over 20 years.  Commencing in […]

3 February 2012

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Hockney Frink and Hepworth Art Exhibited at Swiss Cottage Library

Forgotten Camden Council collection exhibited for first time Hockney, Hepworth or Frink?  The choice is yours. The public are being asked to vote for their favourite works to be included in an exhibition at Swiss Cottage library in Camden.  The works in question are all owned by Camden Council and include works by David Hockney, […]

28 January 2012

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Veronica Ryan Sculpture Stolen For Scrap Metal

‘Boundaries’ a work by a Tate collection artist follows Moore Hepworth and Blake to the smelter Police are on the lookout for a gang of metal thieves after a two valuable bronze sculptures worth tens of thousands of pounds were stolen from a Peterborough sculpture park. The sculptures were based on the forms of cheese […]