PMSA Intern, Caitlin Jones, reports on a panel discussion, scheduled as part of Historic England’s ongoing project ‘Immortalised’. Historic England’s season of activity on this theme centres on how, why and who England remembers in its streets, buildings and spaces.
Rebecca Farley, researcher in public art at Newcastle University, reviews this innovative German sculpture project.
Alexander Adams reviews three new exhibition catalogues on the sculptor.
Dr. Philip Ward-Jackson reviews Sculptors 1986-2016: Photographs by Anne-Katrin Purkiss.
Clare Nadal, collaborative doctoral candidate with The Hepworth Wakefield and University of Huddersfield, reports on the symposium organised to coincide with the first major exhibition of Arp’s work in a UK public gallery since that held at the Tate in 1962.
Reviewed by Dr. Roger Bowdler.
Freelance art-historian, Sandra Berresford, reviews Barbara Musetti’s illuminating new book on Auguste Rodin in Italy, the reception of his work there and its influence on Italian artists.