Beaux Arts News
Joseph Hillier on BBC Radio 4 – 26 November 2018 with Kirsty Lang at 7:15pm.
We have the pleasure of announcing Joseph Hillier will be featured on BBC Radio 4 at 7:15 pm in which the artist will be discussing his latest sculpture Messenger which will be unveiled in the Spring. The seven-metre high sculpture Messenger (based on the maquette) depicts a crouching young female actor commissioned by the Theatre Royal Plymouth – Still in Progress. The title Messenger refers to the role of an actor in breathing life into the words of a writer. It is intended to embody the theatre’s – and city’s – energy and creativity.
Joseph will be featuring in our upcoming exhibition ‘Sculpture: Modern and Contemporary’ alongside some of the most significant artists from the twentieth century and other established contemporary artists.
Exhibition Dates: 5 December 2018 – 26 January 2019
Elisabeth Frink on BBC Radio 3 – Tuesday 13 November 2018 at 10pm.
We have the pleasure of announcing Elisabeth Frink will be featured on BBC Radio 3 at 10pm in which the artist will be discussed by Annette Ratuszniak and Calvin Winner, curator of Elisabeth Frink show at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts. This major thematic exhibition is coinciding with Beaux Arts London bringing together the largest and most significant presentation of her work since her death 25 years ago.
Elisabeth Frink unveiled with the RA
Horse and Rider by Beaux Arts Artist and Royal Academician Elisabeth Frink was unveiled in her new location this week standing proudly outside the Royal Academy. This was to celebrate the transformation work across Bond Street and the The Royal Academies new galleries at 6 Burlington Gardens.
Do visit the work and come visit us at the gallery in Maddox Street to see further works by Elisabeth Frink in her solo exhibition until 1 December 2018.