Peter Randall-Page at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Peter Randall-Page at Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Library Shelf Location 18.RAND
Publication Date 2009
Description British artist Peter Randall-Page has an international reputation as a sculptor and draughtsman. He has undertaken commissions across the world and his work is held by many important collections, including Tate and the British Museum. His commissions include Give and Take (2005), in Newcastle, which won the 2006 Marsh Award for Public Sculpture. Randall-Page has a passionate preoccupation with the natural world, the study of organic form being at the centre of his artistic practice. In recent years his interest in naturally occurring pattern and the dynamic tension between order and chaos has led to a series of works that focus on pattern as something fundamental to the emergence of life and growth. ‘Peter Randall-Page at Yorkshire Sculpture Park’ is the artist's most significant exhibition to date, comprising an extensive and exciting collection of new and recent sculptures, drawings and prints. This publication serves as a guide to the exhibition, featuring all major works, as well as an introduction by Clare Lilley, Head Curator at YSP, a text by award-winning writer Marina Warner and an in conversation between the artist and Clare Lilley.
ISBN 9781871480726
Quantity 1
Pages 72
Authors Clare Lilley, Sarah Coulson
Format Hardback
Publisher Yorkshire Sculpture Park, West Bretton (West Yorkshire)
Related Artist Peter Randall-Page
Categories Public/Landscape Art, Sculpture
Artist's Nationality British/UK
Language English

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