1 edition of New British sculpture/Bristol. found in the catalog.
New British sculpture/Bristol.
|Statement||[Exhibition organised by the Arnolfini Gallery with the co-operation of the Bristol Corporation and the Bath Festival Society, 20 May until 29 June 1968.|
|Contributions||Bristol (England), Bath Festival Society.|
|LC Classifications||NB468 .A67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged)|
|LC Control Number||68030372|
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New British Sculpture/Bristol a new engagement with public art A text by Julian Warren, Archivist at Arnolfini, and Bristol Record Office May Beforeas Francis Greenacre notes in his introduction to the recent publication PublicFile Size: KB.
Attempts New British sculpture/Bristol. book present British sculpture en plein air outside the capital—most notably inwith “New British Sculpture/Bristol” and the touring show “Sculpture in a City,” which temporarily installed works in Birmingham, Liverpool, and Southampton—were sporadic.
The City Sculpture works were displayed for six months, after which. Commissioned for the Making Books in Bristol project, which is hosted by the Centre for Material Texts at the University of Bristol, Angie Butler’s new artist’s book launches this autumn.
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New British Art have been short-listed to represent Wales at the prestigious Venice Biennale in New British Arts aims are to introduce new and exciting series of events one of which was unveiled this year. The 'Blue Bell Hangar Project', an experimental sculpture was the result of a collaboration between seven artists of the Cardiff based.
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