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Giuseppe Penone: Fui, Saro, Non Sono (I was, I will be, I am not)
The Italian sculptor makes art that fuses the man-made world with the natural – doing things like attaching a bronze cast of his hand to the trunk of a sapling tree. This show brings work from throughout his career, including terracotta portraits of his daughter.
Maggi Hambling – Touch: Works on Paper
Although she's probably best known for her controversial public sculptures (Oscar Wilde, 1998 opposite Charing Cross Station and Scallop, 2003 on Aldeburgh Beach), Maggi Hambling has also amassed a huge body of work on paper, with drawing continuing to be fundamental to her practice. The British Museum has been collecting her drawings since 1985 after acquiring a piece depicting her former teacher Cedric Morris on his deathbed which will be on show here, alongside thirty nine other works spanning early student sketches and etchings, and portraits of Stephen Fry and curator Norman Rosenthal, on show for the first time.
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