Post Profile

Famous Hepworth sculpture takes a Trinity Walk

A famous Hepworth sculpture has moved to a new home just yards away from where the renowned sculptor was born. Trinity Walk shopping centre, in Wakefield, will play host to Barbara Hepworth?s sculpture Ascending Form (Gloria) ? a first for an outdoor UK shopping centre ? as part of a unique partnership with the now world-famous art gallery The Hepworth Wakefield. Both organisations opened their doors in Wakefield in May 2011 and the gallery has agreed to loan the piece to the shopping centre to celebrate their joint fifth birthdays.
read more

See more about: Barbara Hepworth

Related Posts

Barbara Hepworth's great interest in theatre, music and dance is focus of new display at New Art Centre

Arts : Artdaily

The focus of this small display in the Artists House is Barbara Hepworth?s great interest in theatre, music and dance. These art forms provided inspiration for the rhythm, movement and space which we often find in her sculpture. Mor...

Hepworth Wakefield

Arts : Coxsoft Art News

The big art news story in the UK this weekend is the opening of yet another monstrous contemporary art gallery: The Hepworth Wakefield in west Yorkshire, named after British sculptor Dame Barbara Hepworth who lived in the city until...

Valuable Hepworth sculpture stolen from UK park

Arts : Artdaily

LONDON (AP).- Thieves have stolen a large bronze sculpture by one of Britain's most important modern sculptors from a London park. The sculpture by Barbara Hepworth, called "Two Forms (Divided Circle)," was discovered missing Tuesda...

Pier Arts Centre acquires a Hepworth sculpture

Arts : Artdaily

Two Forms (Orkney) by Barbara Hepworth is a remarkable sculpture that alludes to the stunning Neolithic monuments of northern Scotland. It is a highly symbolic work for the Pier Arts Centre, which has acquired the sculpture at a rec...

National Galleries of Scotland acquires two major sculptures by Dame Barbara Hepworth

Arts : Artdaily

Two bronze sculptures, Ascending Form (Gloria) and Rock Form (Porthcurno), by the British sculptor Dame Barbara Hepworth have been acquired for the nation by the National Galleries of Scotland through the Government?s Acceptance in ...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC