tate to stage work by renowned british sculptor phillip king
Marking the 80th birthday of renowned British sculptor Phillip King, Tate Britain will be opening its doors tomorrow with a display of six of the artist’s seminal works from the 60s.
Known for his extensive experimentation with abstraction, construction, material and colour, King played an integral part in changing the face of British sculpture. Removed from the real and the figurative, King's work pushes the boundaries of abstraction as far as physically possibly, using malleable materials such as coloured fibreglass to do so. Among the works on display is the iconic Genghis Khan (1963), so keep your eyes peeled!
Phillip King's works will be on display in the Duveens Galleries at the Tate Britain from 8th December 2014 to 1st February 2015
Image Phillip King, Rosebud 1962, Courtesy the artist and Thomas Dane Gallery, London.