Phillip King British, b. 1934
Phillip King PRA (born 1 May 1934) is a British sculptor. He is one of Anthony Caro's best known students, even though the two artists are near contemporaries. Their education followed similar trajectories and they both worked as assistants to Henry Moore. Following the "New Generation" show at the Whitechapel Gallery, both Caro and King were included in the seminal 1966 exhibit, "Primary Structures" at the Jewish Museum in New York representing the British influence on the "New Art". In 2011, his work was represented in the Royal Academy exhibition on Modern British Sculpture which explored British sculpture of the twentieth century.
A Cabinet of Curiosities: 19th November - 16th December 2020Christmas at Brownsword Hepworth 19 Nov - 16 Dec 2020Our Christmas Show 'A Cabinet of Curiosities' at Brownsword Hepworth will feature an array of new works from Gallery and Exhibiting Artists, including works from Julian Brown, Nicky Carylon, Daphne Gradidge, Stewart Geddes, Caroline Millar, Julia Atkinson, Maria Wojdat, Barry Newis, Colin Bishop, Nick Cuthell and others. The Show will...