What is Japanese Modern Sculpture?

Sculpture Programme Talk by Professor Edward Allington

Saturday 30 November 2013, 6pm - St Andrew's Church Hall, Presteigne

Edward Allington, Professor of Fine Art and Head of Graduate Sculpture at the Slade School of Fine Art, talks about modern Japanese sculpture. He feels that the work is largely unknown in the west and hopes to contribute to the development of an appreciation of the significance and beauty of these neglected masterpieces. Introduction by Professor Rod Bugg.

The occasion also marks six years of the Sculpture Programme at the Sidney Nolan Trust. 

Image: Heihachi, About a Stone, 1928

 

 

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Arts Council England