Richard Deacon

After . 1998


photos: © Tate Photography . + Tate

In a career spanning more than four decades, Richard Deacon has employed materials ranging from laminated wood and polycarbonate to leather, cloth and clay, examples of which are included in the exhibition. He works on both domestic and large scales, combining organic forms with elements of engineering. His continuously changing methods of construction are a result of developments in his sculptural approach, reflected by his use of sinuous bent wood, contorted steel and highly glazed ceramics.
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Lock . 1990

Restless . 2005

Mammoth . 1989

Blind, Deaf And Dumb A . 1985



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