Revolt & Revolutions

6 January 2018 - 15 April 2018

An Arts Council Collection National Partner Exhibition

Creativity has long been associated with vanguard ideas: art and music can give a voice to the unheard, power to the vulnerable and celebrate the human capacity for positive action, even in adversity. 

The works in this exhibition, drawn primarily from the Arts Council Collection, give insight into some of the counter-culture and anti-establishment movements of recent decades alongside work by artists who seek to make a difference, helping to suggest ways that we might contribute to change on an individual, community and even global level. Works include Susan Philipsz’ version of the rousing anthem The Internationale (1999), broadcast across the Bothy Garden landscape and A Jukebox of People Trying to Change the World (2003–) by Ruth Ewan which welcomes visitors into the gallery space.

Visitors are invited to share how they would change the world using #60SecondSoapBox

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isit the YSP site for more on Revolt & Revolutions and related events.

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Venue: Bothy Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park

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Helen Pheby on Henry Moore

Helen Pheby, Senior Curator at Yorkshire Sculpture Park examines the work of Henry Moore whose Collection work, Helmet Head No.3, 1960 (pictured), will be on show as part of Revolt and Revolutions at Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
Revolt & Revolutions Saturday Club

Students from Nottingham Trent University, University of Leeds and Manchester Metropolitan University visit Yorkshire Sculpture Park to explore themes of protest in the National Partners exhibition, Revolt & Revolutions.
Store to Tour

Poet Matt Abbott explores Yorkshire Sculpture Park’s National Partners exhibition Revolts & Revolution as part of our Store to Tour film series.
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