Articles tagged Barbara Hepworth

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Art Commission for Dulwich Park – have your say


Following the theft of the Barbara Hepworth sculpture from Dulwich Park in 2011, a steering group made up of Southwark Council representatives and members of Dulwich community groups and organisations was set up to oversee the commission […]

Barbara Hepworth – The Empty Shoes


Barbara Hepworth’s Two Forms (Divided Circle) was stolen from Dulwich Park, south London, on the night of 19th December 2011 by metal thieves. Local people were angry, still are, and the Nation lost a treasure. […]

Calling All Shoes!!


Art Happening in Dulwich Park on 20 Dec 2012 10am – 2pm. To mark the anniversary of the theft of the Hepworth sculpture, ‘Two Forms’ we are holding an art event in front of the […]

Homage to Hepworth


Almost a year has passed since the brutal theft of Hepworth’s Two Forms from Dulwich Park overnight on 19th and 20th December 2011. The level of response to its disappearance proved immense. One much-disappointed art-lover put it […]

Replacing the Hepworth

wo Forms (Divided Circle) - Photo by Trevor Moore

Locals have chosen how they’d prefer to replace the £500,000 Barbara Hepworth statue, which was stolen from Dulwich Park in December 2011. The clear public choice is to draw up a shortlist of three or […]

How shall we spend the Barbara Hepworth insurance money in Dulwich Park?


Please come to the Public Consultation on Wednesday 6th June 2012 at St Barnabus Church on Calton Avenue at 6.30 pm if you would like a say on how the Hepworth insurance of £400,000 is […]

Remember the Hepworth?

Hepworth by Trevor Moore

Barbara Hepworth, the first woman in Britain to become internationally acclaimed for her life’s work as a sculptor, died in a fire at her studio-home, Trewyn, at St Ives in Cornwall on 20 May 1975. […]

The Hepworth: presence through absence

Divided Circle by Barbara Hepworth

The theft of the Hepworth sculpture ‘Two Forms’ has united diverse groups of people who would not otherwise have had cause to work together. Dulwich Park Friends (DPF) is planning an exhibition about the sculpture to take […]

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