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Nature, art and the doorstep environment

Throughout lockdown, artists have been immensely resourceful by looking harder at local detail. Sometimes they found it on their excursions, often however it was right under their noses at home. Constantly, they contributed ideas to a wider narrative about the environment.

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Bugs: Beauty and Danger

1 August – 5 December 2020 Nicola Bealing, Arno van Berge Henegouwen, Jeroen Eisinga, Claudia Fährenkemper, Sarah Gillespie, Cornelia Hesse-Honegger, Aurora Sciabarra, Alison Turnbull. Stop Press: read this great review in the Spectator 14.03.20, by Mark Cocker: ‘Mother Nature is Finally Getting the Art she Deserves‘ https://www.spectator.co.uk/writer/mark-cocker Bugs, Beauty and Danger is GroundWork gallery’s latest […]

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Richard Long

Sir Richard Long has had a phenomenally distinguished and successful artistic career since the 1960s. Thoroughly a modernist, he developed distinctive work with land, nature and text. Even when he was barely out of Central St Martin’s art school, he stunned the art world with his innovative walks, turned into sculpture. The myriad of ways […]

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Sunlight and Gravity: Roger Ackling and Richard Long

15 July – 30 October 2016 Roger Ackling and Richard Long Richard Long chose the title ‘Sunlight and Gravity’ for GroundWork Gallery’s inaugural exhibition, . It describes very clearly the forces which the two artists worked with – harnessing some of the most powerful forces of nature. It also suggests a mood. Gravity for seriousness, […]

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