PRESS: Elisabeth Frink: Sculptures dealing with timeless issues

The Independent
written by William Cook, October 2021


In a beautiful medieval tithe barn, in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside, gallerist Johnny Messum and his colleague Hannah Hooks are showing me around their new show,devoted to the late British sculptor Elisabeth Frink. The exhibition, titled Man is an Animal, opened in Bremen, Germany, last autumn and was due to travel on to the Netherlands, but that transfer was curtailed by Covid. When he heard about the cancellation, Johnny Messum acquired this sublime show for his gallery, Messums Wiltshire, just down the road from Frink’s old home and studio. The Netherlands’ loss has been Britain’s gain  READ MORE


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