Group show about the impact of sculpture as presented through the pages of forward-thinking publication, Studio International
The role of sculpture from the mid 60s to early 70s is surveyed through this exhibition of the important cultural journal, Studio International. Five issues have been selected during the editorship of Peter Townsend who transformed the publication from an insular periodical into a significant chronicler of contemporary creativity. The magazine’s pages became a springboard for proactive discussion during a period when art’s radical developments were challenged. From Constructivism to Conceptual Art, the show features the works of Daniel Buren, Naum Gabo, John Latham, Michelangelo Pistoletto and Lawrence Weiner among many others in charting the social importance of sculpture.