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Crucible in Gloucester Cathedral

October 25, 2010 by Kay

Crucible will run from 1st September – 7th November 2010.

The exhibition will show over 75 works from 48 artists - including Damien Hirst, Angus Fairhurst, Daniel Chadwick and Sarah Lucas - a who’s who of contemporary British sculpture - from the “New Bronze Age” sculptors of the 1950s to current household names like Damien Hirst and Antony Gormley.

Crucible is a joint venture between Gallery Pangolin and Gloucester Cathedral. Most of the works were made in Gloucestershire, by the talented craftsmen working at Pangolin Editions foundry in the Stroud valleys, or by artists from Gloucester Cathedral. The Cathedral itself is a great work of art made in Gloucestershire by local craftsmen.

The exhibition will take place throughout the building and grounds, including the crypt and cloisters.

Entry to the exhibition will be free of charge.

Exhibition Opening Times:
Monday-Friday 9.15 am-5.15pm; Saturday 9.00 am-4.15pm;
Sunday 11.45 am-2.45pm & 4.00pm-6.00pm

Damien Hirst - St Bartholomew, Exquisite Pain

Angus Fairhurst - A Couple of Differences Between Thinking and Feeling

Marcus Harvey - Nike

Daniel Chadwick - White Mobile I