Sculpture in 20th-century Britain Volumes 1 & 2
Author(s): Penelope Curtis (Preface)
Year published: 2002
Publisher: Henry Moore Institute
Publisher Location: Leeds
Total Pages: 308/416
Illustrations: Illustrated in black & white
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Sculpture in 20th-century Britain Volume 1 – Identity, Infrastructures, Aesthetics, Display, Reception
including essays by Jonathan Blackwood & Matthew Withey, Robert Burstow, Ann Compton, Sarah Crellin, Martina Droth, Simon Ford, Margaret Garlake, David Getsy, Claire Glossop, Tony Godfrey, Nigel Halliday, Valerie Holman, Catherine Kinley, Sue Malvern, Joy Sleeman, Chris Stephens, Andrew Stephenson, Andrea Tarsia, Anne Wagner, and Gillian Whiteley.
The twenty authors in this first volume represent some of the most significant scholarship in the field of British sculpture studies. Some are established scholars, some have just begun to make their mark on the area, while others would not even think of themselves as working in this field.
Sculpture in 20th-century Britain Volume 2 – A Guide to Sculptors in the Leeds Collections
Essays by Yves Abrioux, Michael Archer, Dore Ashton, Paul Atterbury, Nick Baker, Stephen Bann, Anne Barlow, Martin Barlow, Bruce Bateman, Lee Beard, Jonathan Black, Jonathan Blackwood, Iwona Blazwick, Stacy Boldrick, Nigel Boonham, Paul Bonaventura, Alison Bracker, Will Bradley, Tim Brennan, Katrina Brown, Ron Brown, Ann Bukantas, Stuart Burch, Robert Burstow, Eric Cameron, Roger Cardinal, Andrew Causey, Keith Chapman, Zelda Cheatle, Andrew Clay, Elizabeth Clegg, David Cohen, Judith Collins, Judy Collischan, Ann Compton, Lynne Cooke, Suzanne Cotter, Cathy Courtney, Sacha Craddock, J Craig Stirling, Sarah Crellin, Andrew Cross, Penelope Curtis, Simon Cutts, Jo Darke, Fiona Darling-Glinski, Charles Darwent, Amanda Davidson, Richard Deacon, Hilary Diaper, Richard Dorment, Jonathan Drake, Martina Droth, Jason Edwards, Patrick Eyres, Jes Fernie, Ellie Finch, Tina Fiske, Penny Florence, David Fraser-Jenkins, William Furlong, Matthew Gale, Margaret Garlake, Steven Gartside, Sam Gathercole, David Getsy, Liam Gillick, David Gilmour, Alison Glew, Claire Glossop, Tony Godfrey, Mel Gooding, Hilary Gresty, Alastair Grieve, Hans Kurt Gross, John Haldane, Martin Harrison, Tanya Harrod, Arie Hartog, Gill Hedley, Simon Herbert, Jane Hill, Greg Hilty, Antony Hudek, Jonathan Hughes, Celina Jeffery, Alex Kader, Stefan Kalmar, Julia Kelly, Mike King, Catherine Kinley, Gabriel Koureas, Catherine Lampert, Axel Lapp, Margaret Lewis, Jeremy Lewison, Clare Lilley, James Lingwood, Stephen Little, Fran Lloyd, David Lomas, Sue Malvern, Jonathan Marsden, Tim Martin, Miranda Mason, John McEwen, Ray McKenzie, Catherine McMahon, Corinne Miller, Claudine Mitchell, Catherine Moriarty, Catherine Moseley, Paula Murphy, Martin Myrone, Andrew Naylor, Vanessa Nicolson, Claire Obussier, Paul Overy, Lisa Panting, Alexandra Parigoris, Toby Paterson, Lisette Pelsers, Inés Plant, Alex Potts, Cathy Putz, Niru Ratnam, Ben Read, Jasia Reichardt, Margaret Reid, Alastair Rider, Treve Rosoman, Natalie Rudd, Julian Satterthwaite, Alex Seago, Joseph Sharples, Robert Short, Evelyn Silber, Peyton Skipworth, Joy Sleeman, Stephen Snoddy, Robin Spencer, Chris Stephens, Andrew Stephenson, Mark Stocker, Anthony Stones, Angela Summerfield, Adam Sutherland, Allan Swan, Barbara Thompson, David Thorp, Edward Tillotson, Toby Treves, Paul Usherwood, Adriaan van Ravesteijn, Jonathan Vickery, Anne Wagner, Nigel Walsh, Victoria Walsh, Philip Ward-Jackson, Dennis Wardleworth, Stan Whatmore, Michael White, Gillian Whiteley, Alison Wilding, Keith Wilson, Matthew Withey, Jon Wood, Tamsyn Woollcombe, Greville Worthington, Victoria Worsley.
This handbook represents the culmination of a long-held ambition of the Henry Moore Institute, to represent ‘sculpture’ across various media, not simply sculpture itself.