Art wherever you look in King’s Place

I sometimes feel envious of the workers at King’s Place as they are surrounded by a constantly changing display of art by artists represented by Pangolin Gallery, housed in the same building. I came across this selection of work when I popped in the other evening between two private views.

William Tucker’s charcoal drawings from the human form and his bronze sculptures exude powerPhoto by Caroline Banks Photo by Caroline Banks Photo by Caroline Banks

Looking Glass by Abigail Fallis is a beautifully crafted piece, something important to her in making work and encompasses such a multitude of associations I’d go over my time limit if I listed them.

Photo by Caroline Banks

Photo by Caroline Banks

The career of Zachary Eastwood-Bloom has taken off since I first met him at his RCA degree show in 2010. I have to confess though that I thought this was a Tony Cragg from a distance, an impression soon corrected once I got closer.

Photo by Caroline BanksPhoto by Caroline Banks Photo by Caroline Banks