UNNATURAL SELECTION: JEWELLERY, OBJECTS AND SCULPTURE BY PETER CHANG
The extraordinary sculptural shapes of the objects made by Peter Chang are unique. He exploits the intrinsic qualities of plastic; its malleability and colour, adding depth and sensuality. This is the first time early and contemporary drawings, prints and sculptures are presented alongside his explorations into jewellery, objects and current sculptural activities showing a comprehensive overview of his work.
His drive to continually develop new ideas and techniques has earned him an international reputation, and his work is collected by individuals and museums all over the world. He is also the recipient of numerous National and International Awards, including the Jerwood Prize for the Applied Arts in 1995 and has recently been awarded a 2005-2007 Wingate Scholarship.
Existing or coming into being at the same period; of today or of the present. The term that designates art being made today.
UK, Liverpool, Walker Art Gallery
- 15 September 2007 − 30 September 2007