When travelling abroad, workers’ canteens yield culinary delight as the bill is small and the richness of the experience unexpected. Expectation grows in proportion to resource committed. Thus, I thoroughly enjoyed the Modern British Sculpture exhibition at the Royal Academy. It was a no-brainer; I entered free with an RA Friend, and my expectations were directed to the vision of a long overdue natter. And those cakes and sofas beyond The Friends’ Room door. The curation of the exhibition was a masterpiece – a ballsy, creative act in itself by Penelope Curtis and Keith Wilson that overpowered the work itself. Thorny questions posed and answered through interpretation on one shared … Continue reading Modern British Sculpture – Mission Creep
see here: ‘Jackdaw article Dec 2009 ‘Portrait Sculpture – A neglected form?’ for subscriptions to this publication for the visual arts: http://www.thejackdaw.co.uk/ Continue reading Portrait Sculpture – a neglected form?