Geoffrey Clarke: IntuitionismPrints and Works on Paper Mar 4, 2020 Geoffrey Clarke is known first and foremost as a sculptor but he was also an exceptional print maker. Using his father’s press whilst studying at the Royal College of Art, Clarke began a body of work which used sign and symbol to communicate what he described as a ‘philosophy of Intuitionism’ - an idea he developed over the next six decades. The exhibition will include a number of rare prints and monotypes which will be on public view for the first time.
Nature UnwrappedKings Place Gallery Level, Curated by Pangolin London 14 Jan - 11 Apr 2020 Artists respond to the world around us, so it is not surprising that nature has and continues to inspire generations of sculptors. This group exhibition presents a diverse selection of works by both established and emerging sculptors exploring nature , including Bryan Kneale RA , David Mach RA , Susie...