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Pangolin London

Located in a purpose-built gallery near the main entrance to Kings Place, Pangolin London is affiliated with Europe's leading sculpture foundry based in Gloucestershire, Pangolin Editions. Pangolin London is one of London's few galleries dedicated to exhibiting sculpture and delivers a rotating exhibition programme of the highest quality. In addition to the exhibitions in the gallery, Pangolin London curates a changing exhibition of large scale sculpture in the public space and canal-side at Kings Place.

London

United Kingdom
Address:
Kings Place 90 York Way
N1 9AG
Phone: 02075201480
Website: http://www.pangolinlondon.com/


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Artists Represented

Ralph Brown
Jon Buck
Lynn Chadwick
Ann Christopher
Geoffrey Clarke
Abigail Fallis
Peter Randall-Page
Merete Rasmussen
William Tucker


Sample Art Work (12)

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Current Exhibitions

SCULPTURE IN THE HOME
8 April - 17 May

Sculpture in the Home celebrates the innovative series of touring exhibitions of the same name curated by the Arts Council of England in the 1940s and '50s. Revisiting the original concept and aims of these pioneering shows, the gallery space at Pangolin London is transformed into a series of domestic settings, incorporating post-war era furnishings and sculpture in this celebration of British art and design.

Highlighting the continued significance of sculpture in everyday life, this contemporary revision of the show features work by a host of prominent post-war sculptors. Works by many of those artists featured in the original Arts Council exhibitions including Reg Butler, Lynn Chadwick, Geoffrey Clarke and Bernard Meadows are featured among an intimate setting of exquisite period textiles and furniture.


Forthcoming Exhibitions

TERENCE COVENTRY: BIRDS AND BEASTS
28 May - 28 June


Previous Exhibitions

RALPH BROWN RA: MEMORIAL EXHIBITION
27 February - 29 March

PANGOLIN LONDON SCULPTURE SHOWCASE
10 January - 22 February

CHRISTMAS SHOW 2013
13 - 21 December 2013

ANN CHRISTOPHER: TO KNOW WITHOUT REMEMBERING
7 November - 7 December 2013

GEOFFREY CLARKE RA: a DECADE OF CHANGE
13 September - 26 October 2013

SCULPTURAL CERAMICS
21 June - 7 September 2013

BRIONY MARSHALL: LIFE FORMING
PANGOLIN LONDON SCULPTOR IN RESIDENCE
15 May - 15 June 2013

JONATHAN KENWORTHY:
SIX DECADES OF SCULPTURE
20 March - 20 April 2013

STEVE RUSSELL: KATONDA WENGE
1 - 9 March 2013

TERENCE COVENTRY:
THREE DECADES OF SCULPTURE AND WORKS ON PAPER
11 January - 23 Febuary 2013

JON BUCK: TURNING INSIDE OUT
7 November - 22 December 2012

SCULPTORS' DRAWINGS
31 August - 12 October 2012

BRUCE BEASLEY
28 June - 25 August 2012

STRANGE BEASTS
25 May - 16 June 2012

TWO IN ONE:
CHARLOTTE MAYER AND ALMUTH TEBBENHOFF
14 March - 5 May 2012

EXORCISING THE FEAR
11 January - 3 March 2012

ANTHONY ABRAHAMS
9 November - 10 December 2011

TWO AND A HALF DIMENSIONS:
CURATED BY MARCUS HARVEY
21 September - 29 Octob... [ Read all ]


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Art Fairs

London Art Fair (18 - 23 January, 2012)


Location And Getting There

Tube: King's Cross (Victoria, Northern, Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City Lines)


Contact-Directors/Staff

Polly Bielecka, Gallery Director
Clare Gormley, Gallery Manager


Opening Times

Monday to Saturday from 10am - 6pm