Kenneth Armitage 1916 - 2002 Centenary sculpture exhibition

Thank You And See You Next Year

We would like to thank all the organizations, our sponsors, Exhibitors, visitors and all the supporting staff for making our event an overhelming success with space currently reserved for next year
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On moving to the area, Kenneth Armitage aspired to carve in Bath stone, however on seeing Brunel's engineering achievements he decided to work in metal.

He became one of the new generation of sculptors whose work responded to the anxieties of the arms race and the Cold War; at the 1952 Venice Biennale they were famously dubbed the 'Geometry of Fear' school. But Armitage never lost his sense of wonder at living things and their underlying structures, as is evident from the bronzes, plaster maquettes and drawings in this exhibition.

Lunchtime exhibition tours

Every Thursday, 15 September to 10 November inclusive, 12.30-13.00. Free to Discovery Card holders and with exhibition ticket.

Admission: GBP 4.00

Category: Exhibitions | Lifestyle, Arts, Leisure

Time: 10:30 am - 5:00 pm
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