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Click to enlargeGLASS: WORK BY CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS
Jun 18 - Aug 10, 2018
Glass is the starting point for many artists, makers and designers, who work with this seemingly fragile material in different ways including casting, blowing and fusing. Sculptors known for their work in other mediums may use glass for a variety of reasons – it might be for colour, transparency, contrast, or surface texture; either on its own or in combination with other materials; or for diverse compositional and conceptual reasons.
 
This exhibition, curated by Ann Elliott, explores this ancient and fascinating material that demands a high degree of skill from those who use it creatively. Among the exhibitors are Annie Cattrell, Danny Lane, Liliane Lijn, Yorgos Papadopoulos, Simon Periton, Johannes von Stumm, David Ward, Julian Wild and Neil Wilkin.

WHERE ARE WE NOW : MICHAEL PENNIE & ANDREW SABIN
Aug 28 - Oct 19, 2018 FINAL WEEK
Where are we now? This question comes up time and again in assessing where we are in life, work and the world.
 
In bringing Michael Pennie and Andrew Sabin together in an exhibition of their sculpture we see two ways of considering this question; Pennie has chosen to show a selection of works created over the past forty-six years, while Sabin decided to make entirely new pieces, in an energetic frenzy of creative activity.
 
Not knowing that they had been former colleagues and held each other’s work in high regard, the decision to curate the exhibition was based on an intangible feeling that their sculpture would set up a curious and informative dialogue. Michael Pennie’s work had not been seen in a tough corporate environment before and the sheer scale of Andrew Sabin’s new and colourful sculptures would meet the lofty heights of the Lobby of One Canada Square.
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Nov 1, 2018 - Jan 1, 2019

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