Catalogue raisonné of Paolozzi’s metal sculptures receives Henry Moore Foundation grant

Modern Art Press is delighted that the Henry Moore Foundation has awarded a grant to the forthcoming catalogue raisonné of Eduardo Paolozzi’s metal sculptures, currently being compiled by Judy Collins. The funding will go towards the production of the book and will allow Modern Art Press to continue in its mission to publish catalogues raisonnés and other books that are both scholarly and well-designed, and produced to the highest standards.

Toby Treves reviews Patrick Heron at the newly refurbished Tate St Ives for Burlington Magazine

In the first iteration of this touring show (now at Turner Contemporary, Margate, until January), Toby Treves finds a coherent display of Heron’s intention that his paintings – indeed all good contemprary painting – should have an ‘all-over stress, this insistent regular pulse from edge to edge’, but that this comes at the cost of the effect of the individual works and visual harmony of the entire exhibition. You can read the whole review here.

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Eduardo Paolozzi: Catalogue Raisonné of the Prints

Modern Art Press is delighted to announce the forthcoming publication of Daniel Herrmann’s catalogue raisonné of Eduardo Paolozzi’s prints. Daniel Herrmann curated the Paolozzi retrospective at the Whitechapel Gallery in 2016 and is currently Curator of Special Projects at the National Gallery.

‘An exemplary achievement in art scholarship’ – Frieze magazine

David Nowell Smith, Senior Lecturer in Poetics at East Anglia University, reviews Peter Lanyon’s immersive landscapes at the recent exhibition at Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert and explores the artist’s depiction of space, as well as giving his opinion on Toby Treves’ ‘magisterial’ new catalogue raisonné. To read the full article, click here

Apollo reviews Cornwall Inside Out and Peter Lanyon: Catalogue Raisonné of the Oil Paintings and Three-dimensional works

Calling it ‘a total immersion within the landscape’, Maggie Gray of Apollo magazine reviews warmly the exhibition of a selection of Peter Lanyon’s Cornish landscape paintings at Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert until 16 March. Gray’s article also highlights the value of Toby Treves’ accompanying catalogue raisonné in ‘remapping’ Lanyon’s oeuvre and providing a unique opportunity to study his works closely and contiguously: ‘Seen in its full context, the true complexity of his work becomes apparent.’ You can read the full review online here

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