Tagged: Tate Britain

Parallel of Life and Art; an exhibition of visual language

The mini-exhibition at Tate Britain, New Brutalist Image 1949-55,  focuses on the artistic and architectural collaborations between Eduardo Paolozzi, the artist-photographer Nigel Henderson, the architects Alison and Peter Smithson and structural engineer Ronald Jenkins.

Looking at Paolozzi’s ‘Cyclops’ (for 10 days)

I’d been thinking of making a project about reflection on a piece of work as well as its creation. Often I’d found myself skittering from making one thing then straight on the next one without perhaps paying enough...