Barry Flanagan, “Four Casb 2 ’67,” 1967.
Tate © estate of Barry Flanagan.
Photo: estate of Charles Harrison.
27 September 2011–2 January 2012
Barry Flanagan (1941–2009) was one of Britain’s most original and inventive artists. Tate Britain presents a major exhibition which concentrates on his early works and positions him as a key figure in the development of British and international sculpture. Although Flanagan is well known for bronze hare sculptures which can be seen in prominent public spaces around the world, the success of these works relatively late in his career has somewhat obscured the achievements that characterised his early period.
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