Work by Henry Moore also on show at the Brook Gallery
The event on Saturday 24 July comes at the start of a new exhibition at the Brook which sees work from not only Professor Chris Orr, but also the distinctive styles of David Hockney and Henry Moore. London is the primary influence for Orr, although pieces inspired by his recent visit to New York are also included, tying together the two cities to produce a truly ‘NYlon-esque’ exhibit. Also on show are Moore’s abstract depictions of the human form, which feature alongside Hockney’s illustrations to create a display showcasing the finest in draughtsmanship.
'That Old Chestnut: the importance of printmaking' is on Saturday 24 July at 4.00 pm, at the Brook Gallery (please call for an invitation).
An exhibition of work by Professor Chris Orr MBE, David Hockney and Henry Moore will take place from 23 July to 25 August 2010.
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