16 February – 12 August 2018
Free to all
An exhibition of work by Turner Prize nominee and Royal Academician Alison Wilding spanning the past 20 years of her career.
This new show comprises three major sculptures, including Disposition from her 1998 series of 16 scenes from The Passion of Christ.
The exhibition also presents for the first time In a Dark Wood, a sculpture created in 2012 but never previously shown, Largo (2002), and a new iteration of a recent work, Reversing (2017), a hand-printed wallpaper that reworks William Morris’ Acanthus motif asymmetrically, fixing it visually and physically to the wall with a sharp-edged brass sculpture.