Bristol Art Gallery

Frink-Blow-Lawson

16 Dec 17 - 11 Mar 18

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16 Dec 17 - 11 Mar 18

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A new exhibition featuring three highly influential female artists.

 

Frink-Blow-Lawson brings together the work of Dame Elisabeth Frink, Sandra Blow and Sonia Lawson, and explores their profound impact, still recognisable today. The work featured in this unique exhibition reflects the underlying tension between figuration and abstraction, which ran throughout the twentieth century.

From Frink's haunting sculptures, including larger-than-life figurative works, to Blow's pioneering abstractions and Lawson's narrative-based, richly textured surfaces, this visionary collection of sculpture, collage and painting celebrates the international influence of these artists - one that continues to reverberate today.

This exhibition is part of Women with Vision. A ticket to Women with Vision grants you access to all of the galleries and associated exhibitions.

Image: Helix (detail), Sandra Blow, 1990, acrylic on canvas. Courtesy of the Fine Art Society London

 


Times & Prices

Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5.30pm

Sunday 11am-5pm

CLOSED Mondays

Last admission 30 minutes before closing. The RWA occasionally closes early for special events. Please call ahead or check the website for details.

Adults: £6.95 (includes a 70p donation)

Concessions: £4.95 (includes a 50p donation)

Under 16s/SGS, UoB & UWE students: FREE

National Art Pass holders: 50% discount on ticket price

 

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