This will be open from the 11th of April through the 6th of May.
The exhibition will represent Gordon Baldwin, Anthony Benjamin, Joanna Constantinidis, Hans Coper, Bernard Dejonghe, Ruth Duckworth, Gwyn Hanssen Pigott, Ewen Henderson, Jennifer Lee, Machiko Ogawa, Lucie Rie and James Tower.
The show will introduce two unusual, early figurative works by Gordon Baldwin — one in ceramic, and one in bronze, both of which were made around 1960. Other highlights include a perspex and chrome plated steel sculpture by Anthony Benjamin, dating from 1970 and complimenting his works on paper. An impressive monumental form by Hans Coper accompanies bowls and vases by Lucie Rie, and an exquisite wall panel by Ruth Duckworth, which has come directly from her estate, will be on display. An early vessel by Jennifer Lee accompanies her most recent flat wall work as well as a massive bronze sculpture by James Tower.
The exhibition will be viewable from Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 - 18:00 and there is no admission fee to attend.