17th May - 17th June 2017
Following on from his highly successful solo exhibition Birds and Beasts in 2014, sculptor Terence Coventry returns with an exciting body of new work.
6th - 30th September 2017
Steve Dilworth lives and works on the remote Isle of Harris on the West Coast of Scotland and is renowned for using a vast range of natural materials, mostly found on the island. Dilworth often encases the natural objects he has found within his sculptures. The solid remains of animals and birds, beautiful in their own right, impart an energy and life to his sculpture. Even when completely enclosed, like the heart in a living body or the engine in a static vehicle, they empower the sculpture in both conceptual and symbolic ways.
11th October - 11th November 2017
This major solo show by emerging artist Zachary Eastwood-Bloom is the culmination of a year’s work as Pangolin London Sculptor in Residence. Eastwood-Bloom graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2010, where he studied Ceramics and Glass. His work explores diverse materials including ceramics, glass, bronze, jesmonite, sound and video. His interest lies in the intersection between the physical and the immaterial, the historical and the cutting-edge and often references classical imagery manipulating it with digital aesthetics and leading technologies.
22nd November - 22nd December 2017
To coincide with the publication of Geoffrey Clarke’s catalogue raisonne by Judith LeGrove Pangolin London will present a major retrospective of this important Modern British sculptor. A pioneer of new materials in the Fifties especially in cast aluminium Clarke was one of the most publicly commissioned artists of the period with works installed the length and breadth of the country.