Discover the work of artists Julia Crabtree and William Evans in their new exhibition for the Henry Moore Institute.
Working collaboratively for over a decade, Crabtree and Evans are known for their process-driven sculpture practice. They incorporate a breadth of traditional and non-traditional materials and modes of making, from casting, glass-blowing and video-making to printing on carpet.
74 The Headrow
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