Robert Adams Untitled (Screen Form)

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Called 'the neglected genius of post-war British sculpture' by critics, Adams was first included in the Venice Biennale in 1952, which cemented his name in the ‘Geometry of Fear’ movement alongside Lynn Chadwick, Geoffrey Clarke and Eduardo Paolozzi. Untitled (Screen Form) from 1962 is a striking example of Adams’ experimentation with light and pierced forms, demonstrating his commitment to not forcing his sculpture upon its environment, but rather allowing its rough, unobtrusive surfaces to become an elegant, slightly distorted tableau.

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