Burlington Gardens, the Royal Academy of Arts’ new venue for contemporary art, is currently home to more than 60 works by the academician Bill Woodrow, who helped to redefine British sculpture through the appropriation, disassembling and reincarnation of domestic objects, and his investigation into 2D and 3D landscapes.
Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington Gardens, London
7 November 2013—16 February 2014
Presented by Anna McNay
Filmed by Martin Kennedy
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Making It: Sculpture in Britain 1977-1986
Studio International spoke to co-curator, Jon Wood, from the Henry Moore Institute, and Jill Constantine, head of the Arts Council Collection, about how the exhibition came about and what its main themes are
The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2007
The Royal Academy in summertime is a national institution. As well as the Summer Exhibition this year, there is Impressionists by the Sea, an exhibition of 70 paintings produced at the end of the nineteenth century in France, which charts the economic and social developments in France that brought about the transformation of the seaside. The exhibition will travel to America this autumn.