Essay on the Cenotaph in Whitehall, one of 15 contributions to the book published to accompany the exhibition 'Modern British Sculpture', Royal Academy of Arts, London, 22 January - 7 April 2011. 'From Leighton to Lucas this fascinating book explores sculpture in Britain from the end of the Victorian era to the dawn of the new millennium. With incisive essays, and previously unpublished archive material, this compelling book documents the seismic shifts in sculpture in the last century. Edited by Penelope Curtis (former Curator of the Henry Moore Institute, now Director of the Tate Britain) and Keith Wilson (Sculptor, tutor at the Royal College of Art and Reader in Fine Art at University of Westminster).'
|Title of host publication||Modern British Sculpture|
|Editors||Penelope Curtis, Keith Wilson|
|Place of Publication||London|
|Publisher||Royal Academy of Arts|
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 2010|