Exhibition

William Tucker

10 Mar 2010 – 23 Apr 2010

Cost of entry

free of charge

Pangolin London

London, United Kingdom

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  • Buses: 59, 91
  • Tube: King's Cross St. Pancras

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William Tucker's sculpture masters a unique

balance between the figurative and the

abstract with truly powerful results. His

works are expressive in their mass and

bring emotional gesture to a solid core.

An ambiguity of image means that direct

interpretations are often elusive, however

as a result of this his intricate surfaces and

complex forms provide endless enjoyment

and intrigue.

This is Tucker's first major solo show in the

UK since his exhibition at Tate Liverpool

in 2001. His numerous accolades include

representing Britain in the 1972 Venice

Biennale, publishing one of the most

distinguished sculpture publications 'The

Language of Sculpture' in 1974 and becoming

a Royal Academician. Tucker also won the Jack

Goldhill prize for sculpture at the Summer

Exhibition in 2009 and has also been awarded

a Lifetime Achievement Award this year by the

International Sculpture Centre.

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