This summer Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen will exhibit Paul Noble’s Nobson Newtown, an ever-growing cosmopolis on which the artist has worked for 18 years. The vast drawings and other artworks that make up Nobson Newtown are spread across major museums and private collections worldwide, and will be brought together in the museum’s 1,500-square-meter Bodon Galleries for the most comprehensive survey of Noble’s project to date.
Paul Noble’s (b. 1963, UK) metropolis takes form through detailed and gigantic pencil drawings, sculptures, video and other objects. The Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen purchased two works by Noble in 2004, and now, ten years later, the museum is excited to be gathering the largest ever collection of the ‘Nobson’ works.
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