DISPLAYS Preview – Phyllida Barlow

Phyllida Barlow, Untitled: Basel Structure, 2010. Drawing; acrylic on watercolour paper, 57 x 76cm. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth Gallery

19 March 2013


All Members, Private View

Contemporary Art Society
59 Central Street
London, EC1V 3AF

Phyllida Barlow is a central figure in the development of contemporary British sculpture. Her deliberately playful and non-monumental works Untitled: Basel Structure (2010), Untitled: Crushed Shape (2011) and Untitled: Disaster III (2010), were recently gifted by the Contemporary Art Society to Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery. These works will be on display at the Contemporary Art Society, along with selected work from the museum’s collection. Deborah Dean of Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery will be giving a talk at the Contemporary Art Society on 26 March.

Booking is essential – please book online or contact membership@contemporaryartsociety.org to reserve your place.


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