Pangolin London: Summer Newsletter 2017







Pangolin London: Summer Newsletter 2017




SCULPTURAL CERAMICS & STONE

Until 25 August

Our Sculptural Ceramics & Stone exhibition is now open, displaying a wide range of works by both established and emerging sculptors. Highlights include previously unseen works by Merete Rasmussen, Peter Randall-Page RA, Stephanie Quayle and artist in residence Zachary Eastwood-Bloom. We are also delighted to be exhibiting a number of new artists for the first time. 


The exhibition coincides with a new installation of works by final year students from Central Saint Martins in the ceramic windows at Kings Place. 
IMAGE: James Rigler, Tassels, 2015, Earthenware, Rope, Wood and Steel

FRIEZE SCULPTURE 2017

Open until 8 October

For the first year, Frieze Sculpture Park will run throughout the summer and we are delighted to be showing Eduardo Paolozzi's mighty bronze sculpture 'Vulcan'.

A unique 7 metre tall representation of the Roman god of fire and metalworking, this was one of the artist's last monumental works. 
The sculpture park will be open until the 8th October. For more information, please visit the Frieze Sculpture website.
IMAGE: Eduardo Paolozzi, Vulcan, 1999, Bronze
ARK
CHESTER CATHEDRAL
Curated by Gallery Pangolin

7 July - 15 October



ARK is the largest sculpture exhibition to be held in the north west of England and will feature 90 works of art by more than fifty celebrated sculptors, including Damien Hirst, Antony Gormley, Lynn Chadwick, Barbara Hepworth, Sarah Lucas, David Mach, Elisabeth Frink, Eduardo Paolozzi, Kenneth Armitage and Peter Randall-Page.

The show will exhibit a variety of works by Pangolin London artists such as Anthony Abrahams, David Bailey, Bruce Beasley, Ralph Brown, Jon Buck, Ann Christopher, Geoffrey Clarke, Terence Coventry, Steve Dilworth, Abigail Fallis, Bryan Kneale, Charlotte Mayer and William Tucker among others.  

ARK has been beautifully curated to both delight and challenge the viewer, using the interior of Chester Cathedral as well as the ancient spaces surrounding it. Several sculptors will be showing brand new works whilst others are on loan from private collections. For further information, please click here. 
IMAGES: Jon Buck, Ark: High and Dry, 2017, Bronze; Peter Randall-Page, Fructus, 2009, Kilkenny Limestone 

FORTHCOMING EXHIBITION
STEVE DILWORTH: OFF THE ROCK
6 - 30 September 

SAVE THE DATE

Private View: Tuesday 5th September


 
Our Autumn exhibition programme will open with a solo show of new work by Steve Dilworth, who lives and works on the remote Isle of Harris on the West Coast of Scotland. Dilworth is renowned for using a vast range of natural materials, mostly found on the island, which he encases within his sculpture. The solid remains of animals and birds, beautiful in their own right, impart an energy and life to his work. Even when completely enclosed, like the heart in a living body or the engine in a static vehicle, they empower the sculpture in both conceptual and symbolic ways.
IMAGE: Steve Dilworth, Lapwing, 2017



PANGOLIN ARTISTS AT THE ROYAL ACADEMY
ROYAL ACADEMY SUMMER EXHIBITION 2017

 
There are only four weeks left of the 'Summer Exhibition' at the Royal Academy. This year's edition features an extensive selection of works by Pangolin London artists William Tucker RA, Ann Christopher RA, Bryan Kneale RA, Peter Randall-Page RA and Jeff Lowe.


Ann Christopher RA has also recently completed a commission for the Royal Academy. A 3 metre resin sculpture astride a 5 metre high beam can be viewed from the Keepers House, which is open to the public daily from 4pm. 


IMAGES: Ann Christopher, Following the Journey, 2017, Resin; William Tucker, Subject & Shadow, 1962, Aluminium and Fibreglass