One of the world’s most significant living sculptors, British artist Phillip King is showing work at the Thomas Dane Gallery. The exhibition will include some of his earliest wood and plaster works from the early 1960s, along with Blue Blaze, a large-scale 1967 work that draws inspiration from Surrealism and classical architecture. The most recent work is Untitled (Pink Triangle) of 2014.

The sculptor’s career has spanned several decades – he represented Great Britain at the 1968 Venice Biennale along with Bridget Riley, and has also been the subject of a number of major solo exhibitions over the years.