From his post-War bronzes to revolutionary screen-prints, collages and bold textile designs, this major retrospective aims to reassess Paolozzi’s varied and experimental artistic approach, and highlight the relevance of his work for artists today. Spanning five decades and featuring more than 250 works from public and private collections the exhibition focuses on the artist’s radical explorations of material and form, processes and technologies, and consistent rejection of aesthetic convention throughout his career. Rarely exhibited drawings, maquettes and sculptures will shed new light on overlooked or lesser known aspects of his work.
until 14 May 2017
curated by: Daniel F. Herrmann
77-82 Whitechapel High St, London