An exhibition of sculpture and drawing selected by Fritz Eriksson, Head of the Swedish Arts Council, and the artist. A Danish catalogue, with an intrOduction by Herbert Read, was published in Denmark, a bilingual (Dutch/English), with an introduction by J C Ebbinge Wubben and a text by Philip Hendy, was published by the Museum Boymans-van Beuningen. No ISBN numbers.
The depiction of shapes and forms on a flat surface chiefly by means of lines although colour and shading may also be included. Materials most commonly used are pencil, ink, crayon, charcoal, chalk and pastel, although other materials, including paint, can be used in combination.
A three-dimensional work of art. Such works may be carved, modelled, constructed, or cast. Sculptures can also be described as assemblage, in the round, relief, and made in a huge variety of media. Contemporary practice also includes live elements, as in Gilbert & George 'Living Sculpture' as well as broadcast work, radio or sound sculpture.
Netherlands, Rotterdam, Museum Boymans-Van Beuningen
- 30 May 1953 − 11 July 1953
Norway, Bergen, Kunstforeningen
- 25 April 1953 − 17 May 1953
Norway, Trondheim, Kunstforening
- 26 March 1953 − 12 April 1953
Norway, Oslo, Kinstnernes Hus
- 14 February 1953 − 08 March 1953
Denmark, Copenhagen, Kunstforeningen
- 01 January 1953 − 25 January 1953
Sweden, Goteborg, Konstmuseum, Konsthallen
- 01 November 1952 − 30 November 1952
Sweden, Orebro, Orebro
- 18 October 1952 − 31 October 1952
Sweden, Norrkoping, Norrkoping
- 21 September 1952 − 12 October 1952
Sweden, Stockholm, Royal Academy Of Free Arts
- 21 August 1952