Royal Society of Sculptors

Summer Show

Hosted by: Royal Society of Sculptors


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Past Exhibition Information

July 20, 2022 - July 24, 2022

Gallery 3


Royal Society of Sculptors

Featuring works by more than 20 members of the Royal Society of Sculptors, the Summer Show has been selected by guest curator Isabel de Vasconcellos

Isabel is a curator and cultural producer who also writes on contemporary art, photography and design. She is Director of Sculpture for Messums Wiltshire and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. 

"I had such a great time looking through the submissions to the Royal Society of Sculptors Summer Show this year. The quality was amazing, and curatorially, there were several directions I could have taken in my selection. Given more space, I would’ve chosen two or even three themes to explore, but in the end, there was a particularly strong confluence of works that touched on landscape and the natural world. I think together they will make for a poetic and transporting exhibition, with a touch of humour thrown in."

The artists participating in the Summer Show include:

Almuth Tebbenhoff VPRSS
Amy Stephens FRSS
Ann-Margreth Bohl MRSS
Arnaud Cohen MRSS
Caro Williams MRSS
Caroline Locke MRSS
Denise Bryan MRSS
Doug Burton MRSS
Ever Grainger MRSS
Fiona Campbell MRSS
Isobel Smith MRSS
Jane Morgan MRSS

Jo Lathwood MRSS
Julie Brixey-Williams MRSS
Linda Hubbard MRSS
Lise Bouissière MRSS
Madi Acharya-Baskerville MRSS
Paul Tecklenburg MRSS
Richard Paton MRSS
Ros Burgin MRSS
Rosalie Wammes GBA
Tere Chad MRSS 
Zara Ramsay GBA

The exhibition is being held at Cromwell Place during their ongoing restoration works at Dora House (the Royal Society of Sculptors permanent home in South Kensington).

Image: Ever Grainger, Edge Drop No4

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Royal Society of Sculptors

Royal Society of Sculptors

The Society was created more than 100 years ago to champion contemporary sculpture and the artists who create it. Today they welcome everyone interested in exploring this art form and its many possibilities.

Based in South Kensington, a few minutes’ walk from its great museums and Cromwell Place, in a beautiful listed building called Dora House. The Society provides a supportive membership community to sculptors throughout their careers, offering access to expert advice, training, bursaries, residencies and awards.

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