Wednesday 5 December 2012 Art Walk Schedule

5.30 pm Leeds College of Art (Vernon St) From Chloe Early to Miss Van
6.00 pm Leeds Art Gallery Polychromies: Surface, Light and Colour
6.30 pm Henry Moore Institute 1913: The Shape of Time
 
Meet at Leeds College of Art (Vernon St) at 5.30pm. A map of venue locations can be found here. It’s a nice short walk this month, so no excuses even if it’s pouring with rain!
 
The Leeds Art Walk takes place the first Wednesday of every month and is free and open to all. Booking isn’t required but please contact us in advance if you have any access requirements as accessibility of venues varies.

 

For more information please contact gill@pavilion.org.uk or 0113 343 2718

More on the exhibitions…

From Chloe Early to Miss Van

A small exhibition of works on paper, including screenprints, drawings and papercuts by women artists, illustrators and designers who could loosely be described as part of Nu Art, including work by Chloe Early, Miss Van, Leia Bell, Marci Washington, Valerie Phillips, Rose Vickers, Bonnie and Clyde and others.

Polychromies: Surface, Light and Colour

In newly refurbished sculpture galleries Polychromies: Surface, Light and Colour looks at qualities of surface in bronze, marble and stone sculpture, highlighting embedded, applied and reflected colour in work that ranges from Antonio Canova to Rebecca Warren.

1913: The Shape of Time

1913: The Shape of Time focuses on sculpture in Europe in the year before the First World War, investigating how sculptural thinking gave shape to art theoretical ideas in this auspicious year. Marking the eve of the centenary of this year, and with George Kubler’s 1962 book The Shape of Time: Remarks on the History of Things in mind, this exhibition presents twenty-one works across Galleries 1, 2 and 3, asking how 1913 might resonate in our own times.

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