Gillian Lowndes: At the Edge
23 November to May 2020
York Art Gallery
See the ground-breaking works of Gillian Lowndes (1936-2010), the most radical ceramicist of the twentieth century, in the new exhibition Gillian Lowndes: On the Edge, showcased in the Centre of Ceramic Arts (CoCA) at York Art Gallery.
From the 1970s onwards, artist Gillian Lowndes was at the forefront of a new style of contemporary ceramics which explored the materiality of clay. Her abstract expressionist way of working brought together a range of materials and found objects which she recycled to create new sculptural work she called collages. This exhibition showcases over 40 artworks drawn from CoCA’s collection alongside loans from Anthony Shaw’s – many of which have never been on public display.
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More Than Words
Published following the exhibition at the Centre of Ceramic Art at York Art Gallery, 17th November - 10th June 2018. Essay by Siobhán Feeney.
Published by The Anthony Shaw Collection (2018)
Soft back 60 pages.
Edition 200. £30.
Limited edition of 50 each including original art work by Sara Radstone.
Objects for a Landscape
Published to coincide with the exhibition at York Art Gallery, 11th February - 10th June 2012 followed by a national tour. Edited and with an essay by David Whiting; with contributions by Gordon Baldwin and Jeffrey Jones.
Published by York Museums Trust (2012)
Hardback 160 pages.
ISBN 13 978-0905807270