- 3 August 2016
'In the 1960s, British sculpture enjoyed a complex transitional life, taking on a new, bold, and increasingly internationalized profile, at the very same time that its forms and meanings were being challenged and contested.' (taken from 'Introduction to British Sculpture in the 1960s' by Jon Wood from the Henry Moore Institute).
The second collection of essays in the third issue of British Art Studies look at how British Sculpture was perceived abroad during the 1960s. Various case studies, including one by Sam Gathercole on the British Constructivist Art exhibition of 1961/1962 which toured the US and Canada, create an overview of the impact and reception of British Sculpture abroad during this period.
British Art Studies is a free online art history journal and can be accessed here:http://ow.ly/VUh2302zgbw