Paolozzi


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Paolozzi

(paʊˈlɒtsɪ)
n
(Biography) Sir Eduardo (Luigi). 1924–2005, British sculptor and designer, noted esp for his semiabstract metal figures
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She will meet Sir Eduardo Paolozzi in Edinburgh next Friday during her traditional week of summer engagements in Scotland, a Royal spokesman said.
Mum-of-two Christine Paolozzi, 45, from Whitley Bay, Tyneside, said: "These cards are sinister and shocking and should be stopped."
Indeed, as early as the '50s, British artists Peter Blake, Richard Hamilton, and Eduardo Paolozzi were examining the iconography that would later characterize Pop, yet they have frequently been excluded from American accounts.
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Also of particular note are a 1955 watercolour entitled Putney Reach by Kenneth Rowntree and a signed Eduardo Paolozzi silk screen printed exhibition poster from May 1965.
The Dean Gallery (73 Belford Road, +44 [0] 131 624 6200) is honouring one of the leading precursors of Pop Art, Eduardo Paolozzi, with an extensive retrospective (until 31 October).
BIRMINGHAM UNIVERSITY has launched a new sculpture trail (above) highlighting historic and contemporary work around its Edgbaston campus including pieces by Dame Barbara Hepworth, Sir Eduardo Paolozzi and William James Bloye.
FOR over six decades, Eduardo Paolozzi has been an individual voice in the world of art,his work pioneering pop art in the 1960s.
The cast of characters will sweep across national boundaries, offering, for example, glimpses of Spain (Equipo Cronica), Italy (Pistoletto), France (Alain Jacquet), Germany (Richter), and England (Paolozzi); the borders of different media will be crossed as well, with nods to Pop architecture (Archigram, Robert Venturi, Disneyland), film and performance pieces (Burckhardt, Kaprow, Gianfranco Baruchello), furniture (Arman, Allen Jones), even rock music.
The fourth stamp, value 63p, celebrates computers and has been designed by the artist Sir Eduardo Paolozzi. It particularly marks the work of mathematician Alan Turing.
Mother-of-two Christine Paolozzi, 37, said: "He has always been a competent MP and his sexuality isn't going to change that."