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     Volume 7 Issue 4 | January 25, 2008 |


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King's Cross London
slington, London
Richard Wentworth
Making do and Getting By 1978 ongoing , Colour prints made from transparency, 11 x 7 cm, British Council Collection

Long Distance Art

For the first time in the art history of Bangladesh works of 17 modern masters of British sculpture will be displayed in the country. The exhibition titled ‘Long Distance Information’, which is going to be held in the city this month will showcase 18 works by Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Anthony Caro, Barry Flanagan, Bill Woodrow, Richard Long, Mona Hatoum, Michael Craig-Martin, Richard Wentworth, Jane Simpson, Mariele Neudecker, David Shrigley, Simon Patterson, Jim Lambie, Wood and Harrison and Nathan Coley.
Organised by The British Council, in collaboration with Bengal Gallery of Fine Arts the exhibition is going to run for 17 days, it will also include education and artists in residency programmes in which Ann Elliott, a British curator will give lectures on contemporary British art, and in the eight-week-long artist-in-residency programme, two contemporary UK artists Claire Mitten and Stephanie Quayle will provide workshops to local young talents.

Cover photo courtesy British Council Collection
Artwork: Jim Lambie
Cover Design: Manan Murshed

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