in Barbara Hepworth: ‘The Landscape Was Integral To Her Inspiration’ | 30 SEP 18

Barbara Hepworth: ‘The Landscape Was Integral To Her Inspiration’

Dickinson Gallery introduces ‘Formed From Nature’, a recreation of Barbara Hepworth’s sculpture garden at Tate St. Ives

in Barbara Hepworth: ‘The Landscape Was Integral To Her Inspiration’ | 30 SEP 18

Marking the simultaneous 25th anniversaries of the Gallery and Tate St Ives, Dickinson’s presentation at Frieze Masters 2018 will be centred on Hepworth’s monumental bronze River Form. Alongside River Form, Dickinson will showcase other works representing Hepworth’s life in St Ives. The stand will be modelled after Hepworth’s studio and garden at Trewyn, using the Cornish landscape to contextualise and celebrate her organic forms in an immersive environment. In 1949 Hepworth acquired the Trewyn Studio – now The Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden– where she lived and worked until her death in 1975.

See Dickinson’s presentation at Frieze Masters, 4–7 October 2018.

Click here for tickets to Frieze Masters 4-7 October

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