Pangolin London

Pangolin London
Kings Place
90 York Way
London
N1 9AG
England

Website

www.pangolinlondon.com

E-mail

gallery@pangolinlondon.com

Telephone

020 7520 1480

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Merete Rasmussen Sculptural Ceramics installation view

Pangolin London is one of London's few galleries dedicated to exhibiting sculpture. Pangolin London is affiliated with Europe's leading sculpture foundry, Pangolin Editions.

Venue Type:

Gallery

Opening hours

Monday to Saturday 10am - 6pm.

Admission charges

Free

Getting there

We are located in Kings Place just a few minutes walk from Kings Cross and St Pancras stations. From the station you may walk via the King's Boulevard or York Way. The bus route to York Way is the 390 but many other routes go to Kings Cross Station.

Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.
photograph of bronze sculpture of brisd holding coral bead

Breon O'Casey: Transitions

  • 28 January — 14 March 2015 *on now

Breon O'Casey came to sculpture in the latter part of his career having previously concentrated on painting, prints and jewellery. However the intense and prolific body of sculpture he created over a short period highlights O'Casey's ability to successfully master a new medium whilst still exploring central themes of figuration and abstraction.

This exhibition celebrates the remarkable artist with an important retrospective of sculpture, paintings and collage, the first in London for nearly a decade.

Suitable for

  • Family friendly

Website

http://www.pangolinlondon.com/exhibitions/breon-ocasey-transitions

Getting there

We are located in Kings Place just a few minutes walk from Kings Cross and St Pancras stations. From the station you may walk via the King's Boulevard or York Way. The bus route to York Way is the 390 but many other routes go to Kings Cross Station.

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