At The Edge British Art 1950 – 2000

Posted on - 9th January, 2010 - 4:36pm | Author - | Posted in - Arts, Opinion

ChadwickA new touring exhibition arrived at the Harris Museum on Friday.


At The Edge British Art 1950 – 2000 explores work by some of the ground breaking artists of the 20th century and looks at the stories behind the collections. Much of the art on display was controversial at the time and the exhibition asks what we make of the artwork today. Features work from Henry Moore, Lucian Freud, Laura Ford amongst others.

image credit Helen Chadwick, Loop My Loop, 1991, courtesy of the artist’s estate

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