Image above: The Seven Ages of Man, 2008 (c) Tom Phillips. Image Courtesy Flowers Gallery, London
SCULPTURE AT REGENT’S PLACE
IN ASSOCIATON WITH FLOWERS GALLERY
5 October 2016 to 8 January 2017
Join us this autumn at Regent’s Place to enjoy our permanent display of artwork by celebrated artists alongside performance and dance inspired sculpture by British artists on loan from Flowers Gallery London.
Why not download or pick up a Sculpture at Regent’s Place Art Guide from one of our reception desks and take a look next you’re out and about on campus. Clearly visible from the surrounding pavements, you can see newly sited music and text related pieces on loan from Flowers Gallery in the ground floor lobby window spaces of 338 Euston Road, 20 Triton Street, 4 Triton Square and 10 Brock Street; these pieces combine with our on-site works to provide a sculpture trail throughout campus.
Choir Heads 2010- 2012 (c) Glenys Barton. Image Courtesy Flowers Gallery, London
Make a start as you pass by 20 Triton Street, home to a series of dance inspired works by Glenys Barton. Next look into 338 Euston Road, where we are hosting a pair of mixed media works by Tom Phillips, referring to Shakespearean quotes, these intimate pieces provide a highly personal and thought-provoking reflection on the passage of time. Whilst there don't forget to catch sight of Reflection by Sir Antony Gormley, located just next door at 350 Euston Road. Make your way back up to Triton Street where you can view Julian Opie's illuminated Ruth Walking in Jeans, and further performance works by Glenys Barton in the ground floor lobby of 4 Triton Square. Continuing along Triton Square, look towards Triton Mews where Reciprocal Passage by Liam Gillick is sited overhead, there's also a competition winning piece by Siön Parkinson, an MA student from London's Slade School of Art at the far end. Into Regent's Place Plaza where The Battle of St Vincent, a monumental and historic frieze relating to Marble Arch is supported by contemporary pillars. Heading east to Brock Street, playful and charming dance related aluminium sculptures by Cedric Christie are located in the lobby of 10 Brock Street. Further on look up to see Gary Hume's site-specific Pecking Bird on the junction with Brock Street.
Sir Antony Gormley, Reflection
Set throughout campus Sculpture At Regent’s Place is free to view and all artworks can be seen within and from our public spaces. Find out more about our programme of related events at regentsplace.com. If you’ve enjoyed finding out more about our art on site why not take a stroll to the Frieze Sculpture Park in nearby Regent’s Park, open daily and with free public admission, this display is also in situ to 8 January 2017.
Established in 1970 by Angela Flowers, Flowers Gallery has two London exhibition spaces in Mayfair and Shoreditch, and a New York space in Chelsea. The Gallery participates regularly in international art fairs and is an active publisher of prints and multiples. Flowers Gallery currently represents 48 artists working across a diverse range of media, The Gallery is proud to maintain an ethos of showcasing established practitioners alongside emerging talent. Flowers Gallery has recently celebrated its 45th anniversary and has exciting future plans for expansion in Hong Kong. You can find out more about Flowers Gallery and their exhibition programme at www.flowersgallery.com
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