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Friday, 21 January 2011


Royal Academy Of The Arts  London 22 January – 7 April 2011

Unknown work by Damien Hirst, a barnyard outbuilding and a smattering of 20th century masters are included in the first extensive survey of Modern British sculpture to be held in a major London gallery, in thirty years. Sir Anthony Caro, who features in the show, hopes it will raise awareness to a younger generation of Artists and Art Enthusiasts. This latest exploration of three-dimensional work has been curated by Dr Penelope Curtis, Director of Tate Britain and former head of the Henry Moore Foundation. The sculptor Keith Wilson is co-curating in conjunction with Dr. Adrian Locke the Exhibitions Curator at the Royal Academy. The team have chosen 120 pieces, which deliberately challenge and encourage an examination of the progression of  sculpture, in Britain. It highlights work from 1880 – 21st century. Read full Review .....

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