Beyond Form: Lines of Abstraction 1950-1970

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Anthea Alley: sculpture installation view at Turner Contemporary, Margate.

Anthea Alley: sculpture installation view at Turner Contemporary, Margate.

Beyond Form: Lines of Abstraction 1950-1970

Turner Contemporary, Margate
3 February – 6 May 2024

Paule Vézelay and Anthea Alley are included in Beyond Form: Lines of Abstraction 1950-1970, a group exhibition presenting abstraction as a radical global language shared by women artists in the twenty years following the Second World War. Guest curated by Dr Flavia Frigeri, the exhibition brings together the works of more than 50 artists to examine how, through abstract forms, materials and modes, women pushed the boundaries of artmaking while tackling seismic cultural, social and political shifts. Comprising more than 80 artworks, predominantly sculpture, the exhibition traces how the language of abstraction developed on a global scale. Paule Vézelay is represented by two constructions from her ‘Lines in Space’ series, and Anthea Alley by an architectural polished metal sculpture.

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