Private View: These Mad Hybrids - John Hoyland and Contemporary Sculpture
These Mad Hybrids: John Hoyland and Contemporary Sculpture
We are delighted to extend a special invitation to you for the private view of this extraordinary exhibition featuring the ceramic sculptures of abstract painter John Hoyland RA in a unique dialogue between Hoyland's ceramic sculptures and contemporary works by:
Caroline Achaintre | Eric Bainbridge | Phyllida Barlowe | Olivia Bax | John Hoyland | Hew Locke | Anna Reading | Jessi Reaves | Andrew Sabin | John Summers | Chiffon Thomas
For further information about the exhibition Click Here
We are also delighted to announce our Kenny Gallery exhibition Gentle Geometry, curated by Sandra Porter. Gentle Geometry brings together the works of four artists who continue to delve into the possibilities of imbuing meaning through geometric shapes and forms in various artistic mediums, including painting, sculpture, and printmaking.
To book a place, please select number of tickets, click 'reserve' and enter your details to complete booking. Due to our building capacity, tickets are limited and are first come first served. You may book for yourself and 1 guest.
If you cannot make the preview on this day, Friday the 2 February is Member and Exhibitors Day – the gallery is open from 10am-5pm prior to our general opening, exclusively for exhibiting artists, Academicians, Patrons, Artist Network Members and Friends of the RWA. You do not need to book in advance for this day. Accompanying guests are welcome but will need to pay our standard entry fees (more information about entry to the RWA Here) We are thrilled to announce for Members Day a special talk by curators Olivia Bax, Wiz Patterson and Sam Cornish at 2pm providing unique insights into the exhibition and its featured artists. If you would like to attend this talk please make sure to book HERE.
If you have any problems booking or have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any access needs please let us know by contacting email@example.com before the event
Image: sculpture by John Hoyland
This exhibition has been made possible by the kind support of the Henry Moore Foundation and the University of Gloucester
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