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Terry Pope (b. 1941)

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Construction No. 3 by Terry  Pope
Construction No. 3. 1995 Sold
 
Study for Kinetic Light Construction by Terry  Pope
Study for Kinetic Light Construction. 1989 Sold
 
Study for White Relief by Terry  Pope
Study for White Relief. 1960 Sold
 
Study for White Relief by Terry  Pope
Study for White Relief. 1960 Sold
 
Biography
Terry Pope is a sculptor and maker of constructions, born in Cornwall. He studied at Bath Academy of Art at Corsham, 1959-62, obtaining a Royal Netherlands Government Scholarship in the latter year, enabling him to study at Royal Academy of Fine Art in The Hague 1962-3. Pope went on to teach at University of Reading from 1968 and at Chelsea School of Art from 1975. He was interested in the rules of perspective and their modification and extending his experience of space to which end he invented experimental spectacles which altered the way we see. His work was included in Axiom Gallery’s ‘Constructions ’66’ show in 1966, and three years later he showed in John Moores Exhibition, Liverpool. Pope gained Arts Council Awards in 1974 and 1976 and a British Council Award in 1977. He had his first solo show at Lucy Milton Gallery in 1974. Other important mixed shows including his work, of which the Arts Council has several examples, were the Hayward Gallery’s ‘Hayward Annual’ in 1978 and ‘Non-Standard Constructions’ at Museum of Modern Art, Oxford in 1980. In 2008 his work was included in ‘Art London’, Royal Hospital Chelsea and ‘British Abstract Art’ 1950-1985, Portland Gallery London.