Tag : Hepworth Wakefield

Review: The Hepworth Prize for Sculpture 2018

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There is a distant droning of a mechanical organ drifts throughout the galleries at the Hepworth Wakefield as the thirty-seven crystal glass flutes of Cerith Wyn Evans’ work recycles the breath of the viewer into deep sounds. But like the air that flows through the two-part sculpture, the work feels … Read More

Review: J W Anderson’s ‘Disobedient Bodies’ at The Hepworth Gallery Wakefield

2 years ago / 0 comments

Last weekend I dragged my hungover self to Burley station and spent £2.60 on a train to Wakefield. Not my usual destination of choice for a post-fruity Saturday but the Hepworth Gallery had just opened its newest exhibition and I was desperate to go. Disobedient Bodies marks the start of … Read More

The Hepworth Wakefield held a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon, but perhaps the idea has yet to develop its potential

4 years ago / 0 comments

Sunday 8th March marked International Women’s Day. The event in question has been celebrated globally since the early twentieth century and its relevance in society remains as strong as ever in 2015. Across the world, participants took part in Wikipedia edit a thons. Wakefield’s Hepworth gallery was one of many … Read More

Art | 'To Hope, To Tremble, To Live'

6 years ago / 0 comments

4/5 Stars Tortured, decapitated heads scream. Others stare impassive like masks. Yet more seem to be directly tracking your movements as you walk between them. No this isn’t an antique scene from Scooby-doo –although an equal mixture of the exaggerated, ‘mock-sinister’ and comic is present here- but in fact the … Read More