Shine - Reflections on 20th Century Sculpture

10th March 2001
Seminar Room
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds

Dr Will Rea (University of Leeds) What lies beneath: surface, shine and the meanings of African sculpture

Celina Jeffery (Essex University) Leon Underwood’s African figures: the ‘serpentine’ line and the polished surface

Dr Alexandra Parigoris (Independent scholar, Chicago) Light as Artefact: in defence of Brancusi’s ‘Negresse blanche’ and ‘Negresse blond’

Dr DoÔna Lemny (Curator, Pompidou Centre) Inducing the eye; Pevsner’s constructions

Elizbeth Norman (Sheffield Hallam University) Judd and Us

Peter Ballantine (Donald Judd Estate) Conceptual ad material issues in Judd sculpture after 1964

Hester Westley (Courtauld Institute of Art) Showing metal: the shiny, curvilinear sculpture of Stephen Gilbert

Joanne Lee (Nottingham Trent University) Eye Candy: the allure of ‘luminous shine’