An exhibition of photographs of sculpture and drawings with some original bronzes arranged by the British Council. The tour of the exhibition was initiated in 1960 and a catalogue with an introduction by Alan Bowness was published to accompany the show. Bi-lingual versions (Arabic/English; Chinese/English) of the catalogue were published in country. The exhibition was subsequently revised in 1975 with an additional bronze lent by the artist, and the catalogue reissued with an essay introduction by Douglas Hall. No ISBN numbers..
A metal alloy made from copper with up to two-thirds tin, often with other small amounts of other metals. Commonly used in casting. A work cast in bronze is sometimes referred to as 'a bronze'.
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.
- 01 April 1970 − 30 April 1970
India, Trivandrum, Trivandrum
- 15 March 1970 − 20 April 2007
India, Hyderabad, Municipal Museum
- 01 March 1970 − 31 March 1970
India, Bengaluru, Chitrakala Parishad Gallery
- 01 February 1970 − 01 March 1970
India, Madras, British Council Office - Madras
- 01 January 1970 − 01 February 1970
Iran, Isfahan, Municipal Museum
- 01 May 1969 − 01 June 1969
Iran, British Council Office - Teheran
- 01 March 1966 − 20 April 1966
Philippines, Manila, Philippine-American Life Insurance Building
- 15 May 1962 − 20 May 1962
Hong Kong, Hong Kong City Museum And Art Gallery
- 03 March 1962 − 14 April 1962