Susie MacMurray: Murmur21 Oct - 22 Dec 2020 Unveiling a new body of work at Pangolin London for the first time, sculptor Susie MacMurray presents Murmur - a collection of striking, tactile and thought-provoking sculptures, intricate drawings, and new bronze & silver works created in a first time collaboration with Pangolin Editions.
Known for her unique fusing of materials, MacMurray's show promises to be unforgettable.
Sculptors' Works on Paper21 Oct - 22 Dec 2020 This exhibition focuses on the unique way sculptors approach two dimensions. Drawing for its own sake, to create an autonomous image without any reference to an object or alternatively to explore ideas for a sculpture is an integral and often overlooked part of most sculptors practice. Even when working in...
Almuth Tebbenhoff: Who Will Buy My Dark Dark WorldLocation: Sculpture Windows & Foyer 21 Oct - 22 Dec 2020 Born in Germany, Almuth Tebbenhoff originally trained as a ceramicist but she has
made her mark in a variety of materials including stone, steel and bronze. She is inspired
by process and particularly enjoys the way objects of beauty and intrigue can emerge
from a noisy session cutting and welding steel, or from a quieter but no less messy day
pushing and pummelling wet clay.
Tebbenhoff’s artworks meditate on notions of the self in relation to the world around
us. Her sculptures have the capacity to explore the most humble of subjects and familiar
of forms whilst also communicating much grander concerns with creation, humanity and
our relationship with nature.
Almuth Tebbenhoff is a Fellow of the Royal British Society of Sculptors and has exhibited
widely in Britain and Europe. In 2009, she created the ‘Star of London’ award for the
BFI Film Festival and in 2013 curated the annual sculpture exhibition at the University of