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Elisabeth Frink, Goggled Head I, 1969. Photograph Pete Huggins. © Frink Estate and Archive Elisabeth Frink, Tribute I, 1975. Photograph Pete Huggins. © Frink Estate and Archive Elisabeth Frink photographed by Edward Pool, c copy.1964-5

Elisabeth Frink: Humans and Other Animals

13 October - 24 February 2019

£13 | £12 concessions

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Humans and Other Animals is a major new exhibition of Suffolk-born artist Elisabeth Frink (1930-1993).

Featuring over 130 works by the artist, this is the largest showing of Frink’s work in 25 years, exploring Frink’s enduring preoccupation with human and animal forms and the symbiotic relationship between them. It provides new perspectives on the key themes found in her work, from responses to the Second World War and the Cold War climate of fear, to the role of man as both aggressor and victim. 

Humans and Other Animals examines Frink’s radical and bohemian beginnings in 1950s London and trace the evolution of her practice over all four decades of her career, as well as juxtaposing her work with that of contemporary artists, ancient art and other modern masters including Rodin, Picasso and Bourgeois

Breaking The Mould 
Saturday 8 December, 12pm, 2pm & 3pm 

Free with exhibition ticket

Taking key sculptures as starting points, five dancers have worked with choreographer Hilary Goodall to develop a response in movement to the exhibition Elisabeth Frink: Humans and Other Animals. The performances will take place in the exhibition galleries. 

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Image: Elisabeth Frink, Bird, c. 1952. Photographer Pete Huggins © Frink Estate and Archive