18 Feb '13, 3pm

‘Elisabeth Frink: A Retrospective’ opens tomorrow!! We are all very excited here at The Lightbox! :-)...

‘Elisabeth Frink: A Retrospective’ opens tomorrow!! We are all very excited here at The Lightbox! :-)...

Having trained at Guildford and Chelsea School of Art, Frink was associated with the ‘Geometry of Fear’ sculptors during her early career, winning a prize in the ‘Monument to the Unknown Political Prisoner’ competition. But as artists of the 1960s turned increasingly to abstraction, Frink continued to develop an interest in figurative work, focusing upon naturalistic imagery, making her unique amongst her peers. Recurring forms of men, animals and birds were employed by the artist to explore great themes such as aggression, vulnerability, suffering and struggle. Works in the exhibition are loaned from The Ingram Collection of Modern British Art, Tate , Elisabeth Frink Estate and Yorkshire Sculpture Park . The exhibition is supported by The Henry Moore Foundation .

Full article: http://www.thelightbox.org.uk/events1/february2013/elisab...

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