6 January 2016


New Early Alberto Giacometti Exhibition Reveals Breakthrough Influences

“During those years I saw anew the bodies that attracted me in reality and the abstract forms that seemed true to me in sculpture, but I wanted to make one without loosing the other.” –  Alberto Giacometti, 1947 Alberto Giacometti: In His Own Words (Sculptures 1925-1934) focuses on a series of sculptures from this crucial decade […]

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 […]