Barry Flanagan

Barry Flanagan
Library Shelf Location 18.FLAN
Publication Date Sep 2019

This catalogue accompanied Barry Flanagan's 2019 exhibition.

For Flanagan, sculpture was as much performance, sound, light as it was bronze and carving. The exposure of process and method is something he consistently performed in every medium he used throughout his career. He frequently used casts of objects as components in sculptures and allowed bits of the armature to show through stripes of clay or plaster, thereby exposing and recording the processes of its making. The durational nature of his films is translated into the bronzes, as we bear witness to the processes of casting. It is aptly contradictory then, that the fleeting hare should become a monument to time and duration, channelling the quixotic, mysterious propositions implicit in the early work.

This catalogue contains installation images of the works in Ikon Gallery and includes text by the artist.

ISBN 9781911155232
Quantity 1
Pages 96pp, 16 x 16cm
Author Barry Flanagan
Format softback
Publisher Ikon Gallery, Birmingham
Related Artist Barry Flanagan
Category Artist (relating to a single artist/collaborative team)
Keyword Land art

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