4 May 2016

Barry Flanagan: The Absurdist Subversion Of Form At Waddington Custot Galleries

Waddington Custot Galleries is currently presenting the maverick Clement Greenberg-chewing Barry Flanagan in ‘Animal, Vegetable, Mineral’. The show is a survey of Flanagan’s works from the 1960s, 70s and 80s, curated by Dr. Jo Melvin, including displays of material from the Estate archive, including preliminary works, and photographs. Fifty years after the artist’s first solo […]

31 January 2016

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Barry Flanagan: Early Works Re-Evaluated In New Exhibition

A new exhibition of early works by the renowned late British sculptor Barry Flanagan is to be presented at Waddington Custot Galleries. Animal, Vegetable, Mineral, curated by Dr Jo Melvin, focuses on the artist’s early career. This survey of works from the 1960s, 70s and 80s, the exhibition includes a selection of Flanagan’s key early explorations […]

7 September 2012

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Sculptor Barry Flanagan Features At Chatsworth House Sotheby’s Exhibition

This years Chatsworth House exhibition mounted by auctioneer’s Sotheby’s will feature several works by the iconic British sculptor Barry Flanagan. The annual selling exhibition of monumental sculpture, ‘Beyond Limits’, staged in the historic grounds of this stately home, will be on view from 7th September to 28th October 2012. Now in its seventh year, for […]

6 October 2011

Barry Flanagan Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man

Review – This autumn, the Tate pays tribute to one of Britain’s art pioneers – Barry Flanagan (1941-2009). Achieving international renown for his bonze hare pyramid sculptures, gracing prominent public spaces around the world (including NYC’s Park Avenue in the mid-1990s), Flanagan has entered the canon as a one trip pony. This major Tate Britain […]