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Yorkshire Sculpture Park: William Turnbull at Chatsworth

Date uploaded: March 13, 2013

William Turnbull at Chatsworth, a major exhibition of the important 20th century artist’s work that includes large-scale outdoor sculptures, paintings and drawings, is now open in Chatsworth House and Garden.

The exhibition is curated by Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) with Alex Turnbull and follows YSP's 2012 exhibition William Turnbull at 90. The exhibition catalogue includes texts by Clare Lilley, Director of Programme at YSP and Patrick Elliott, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art.

A private celebration of William Turnbull's life and work will take place at Tate Britain this week with contributors including Sir Nicholas Serota and Clare Lilley.

Beyond Time, a film about the life on William Turnbull, screens on BBC Four on Friday 15th March 2013.

Click here to read Alastair Sooke's review in The Daily Telegraph.

Exhibition Information:
10 March - 30 June 2013

Included with house entry

Garden-only tickets include access to the sculptures in the garden, but not the exhibition inside the house.

An exhibition of Scottish artist William Turnbull's work, sculpture, paintings and drawings in the North Sketch Gallery and in the garden, curated by Clare Lilley, from the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.

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 Horse, 1999. Photo Gautier Deblonde

Horse, 1999. Photo Gautier Deblonde