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Lynn Chadwick and Geoffrey Clarke


96 Pages, 8.25 x 10.25

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $24.95 (US $24.95) (CA $33.95)

Publication Date: October 2016

ISBN 9780992658243

Rights: US & CA

Pangolin London (Oct 2016)

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Clarke's and Chadwick's arresting forms are shown side by side

Charisma, resourcefulness, dedication and pioneering spirit are all attributes that can easily be applied to both Lynn Chadwick and Geoffrey Clarke, and from their prolific outputs it is clear that both had an indefatigable passion for sculpture and brought exacting standards to their making. After crossing paths constantly in the 1950s, for the rest of their lives Chadwick and Clarke rarely communicated. Yet at the root of their 'rivalry' there was undoubtedly admiration and a common set of concerns, formal and aesthetic. It is these that Conjunction sets out to explore. Both an essay by Judith LeGrove and an introduction by Polly Bielecka describe Clarke and Chadwick's parallel careers and characters, and their meeting points.

Author Biography

Judith LeGrove is the author of The Sculpture of Michael Lyons. Polly Bielecka is the director of Pangolin London. Steve Russell is a photographer and the director of Steve Russell Studios.