Gow Langsford Gallery presents work by Paul Dibble.
Four monumental sculptures act as guides through Dibble’s upcoming exhibition, ushering us through over 35 years of the sculptor’s oeuvre. During this time the artist has taken his practice in four distinct directions, but crucially, these are concurrent. Rather than leave behind a thread having exhausted its potential, Dibble returns to bodies of work and their distinctive techniques and influences, finding them to be sites for infinite development and exploration. Each of the exhibition’s quartet of large-scale bronzes, made in the artist’s Palmerston North foundry, represents one of these movements to survey Dibble’s command of the metal and its innate versatility as an artistic medium.
This exhibition is open by appointment. Please contact the gallery for a suitable viewing time. This exhibition can be viewed on the gallery website. View exhibition here.
The gallery will be open to the public from Thursday 14 May.