Sea Music Lecture 1: 'Anthony Caro: Britian's Public Sculptor'

‘Anthony Caro: Britain’s Public Sculptor’

This concise illustrated introduction to Caro’s career will set ‘Sea Music’ in context, as a heroic yet intimate public sculpture by Britain’s greatest sculptor since Henry Moore

A lecture by Julius Bryant of The V&A Museum.

Lecture Theatre UH001 at the Arts University Bournemouth - open to all

The Sea Music Celebration Lectures are part of a series of free special events, celebrating the conservation of the 25 year old Sea Music sculpture by Anthony Caro on Poole Quay.

Caro expert Julius Bryant, Keeper of Word & Image at The Victoria & Albert Museum, London, has interviewed Caro and written and spoken about his work extensively. He is the author of ‘Anthony Caro: A Life in Sculpture’, ‘Anthony Caro: Figurative and Narrative Sculpture, co-author of ‘Caro: Close Up’ and co-editor of ‘Anthony Caro’. Julius Bryant will speak about the work of Caro with an opportunity for question afterwards.

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