Sea Music Celebration Exhibition

Poole Museum, High Street, Poole, BH15 1BW

01202 262 600
seamusic@poole.gov.uk
http://www.poolemuseum.co.uk/whats-on/exhibitions/

Saturday 13 May 2017 – Sunday 15 October 2017
Opening Hours: 10am-5pm

Concerto Series, Anthony Caro Floor 1, Poole Museum

This series is a lively and lyrical group of sculptures which reflect the joy Caro found in music. Pieces from the series have been previously exhibited in Venice and in New York, but this exhibition is the first time such a large group has ever been assembled in one exhibition.

100 Views of Sea Music, David Ward Floor 2, Poole Museum

The distinctive form of Sea Music is visible from many vantage points around Poole harbour. Over one year David Ward has captured it up close and from afar, prior to, during and after the extensive conservation work.

Slow March, Anthony Caro In front of Poole Museum

Evocative of the heavy, sonorous movements of a military band, this two metre high steel work, made in 1985, invites you in to Poole Museum.

Sea Music, Anthony Caro Poole Quay Standing just 100 metres from Poole Museum,

Sea Music creates a meeting point and viewing place to enjoy the sculpture up close and Poole Harbour at large.

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