Surface Tension: Solo Exhibition at the Shetland Museum and Archives

Kevin Dagg (Photographer)

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

Abstract

Recent figurative sculptures taken from iconic newspaper images of people caught up international conflict.
Also including a series of paintings based on close-up digital photographs of Shetland, highlighting specific areas of environmental interest such as peat bogs and local geology.
In April 2013 the large-scale wood carving 'Breaking point' was exhibited at the Aberdeen Artist exhibition in the Aberdeen Art Gallery. The work was selected for the first prize by the artist David Mach. In July the same work was selected by an international panel of artists and curators for the 7 figurative painting and sculpture Exhibition at the Museu Europeu d'Art Modern in Barcelona.
@Breaking Point' is presently on public display at the Sewell Gallery at Radley College in Oxford. A public talk entitled 'Towards Breaking Point' was given at Radley College in April last year framing the work in relation to the wider political and historical context.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 22 Feb 2013

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