Announcing its representation of Eduardo Paolozzi’s (1924 – 2005) estate, Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert hosts Eduardo Paolozzi: Hollow Gods, an exhibition focusing on the sculptures, collages and drawings that Paolozzi made in the first 15 years of his career.
In collaboration with the Paolozzi Foundation, the exhibition is curated by Dr Judith Collins – a former senior curator at Tate, and author of the most recent monograph on the artist and of the forthcoming catalogue raisonné of his sculptures. The exhibition marks the first in a chronological series of Paolozzi shows that Dr Judith Collins will curate at the gallery in the coming years. The exhibition includes 18 sculptures, three plaster reliefs and 15 works on paper, among them major works that have not been exhibited for decades, including the magisterial St Sebastian IV, and three large plaster reliefs from 1954-55 – once owned by Gabrielle Keiller, Paolozzi’s main patron in the 1950s.
Long before he was recognised as a founding father of Pop Art, Paolozzi was hailed as one of the brightest talents of the post-war generation.
|Duration||17 October 2019 - 13 December 2019|
|Times||Monday - Friday 10am - 6pm|
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