Another marvel of the Modern Age: the Hepworth Museum

Brian Lewis, poet and painter of Pontefract and champion of regional arts, reflects upon /* 9-970x90 */ the Hepworth Museum in Wakefield, home town of the eponymous sculptor

“Inside it is beautiful”

The PR company who is responsible for


naming the new Wakefield Art google_ad_client = "ca-pub-3967079123942817"; Gallery which google_ad_client = "ca-pub-3967079123942817"; is rising on land between the canal and the River Calder has decided to call it ‘Hepworth’ as

‘The’ Hepworth or ‘A’ Hepworth. If I was choosing from the three alternatives I would take google_ad_width = 970; the third – because there is at least another museum of that /* xin2 */ ilk in St Ives. Babs, or Barbarella Heptonstall, as I prefer to call her,
is ‘World Famous’ in Wakefield. Shirley, an erstwhile next door neighbour who followed her through Wakefield Girls’ High School once said to me, ‘You had her rammed down your throat. It was as if no one src="//"> else in the school had ever done anything.

this stylish building has enough merit to persuade people to flock to Wakefield.

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I love the thought that early next year a woman in upstate New York will wake, tap her

售价Listing Price:CNY 1280.00

beau on the shoulder and say, ‘Fancy going to Yorkshire to see David Chippingfield’s Hepworth’ … /* xin-1 */ but I don’t think it will happen. What
is more likely to take place is that the New Yorkers, and
indeed anyone south of Sheffield, google_ad_slot = "8637400688"; will stay away and that
the people like me who live in the surrounding towns will be given an unwanted building and associated revenue costs because of a narrow attitude to aesthetics which is mixed with influence and power. This troubles me.

This is the story of what happens when a government finds itself part google_ad_slot = "7160667483"; of a tangled knot of

silly ideas and promises but, even in google_ad_width = 970; a recession when ‘moments have to be seized’, lacks the confidence to cut

it with a sword. As


the Jackdaw points out with a regularity which after eight years of reading I still //--> find convincing we are in the hands of a band of mandarins which that wise bird defines as the purveyors of State Art. I wont go there. Most people will know the story.

‘Old Nick’ Serota – he’s 62 – Hampstead-born