The Sculptures of de Kooning, with related paintings, drawings and lithographs

Serpentine South Gallery 26 November 1977 — 8 January 1978 Free

This exhibition presented all of Willem de Kooning’s sculptures cast in bronze to date, together with a selection of related paintings, drawings, and lithographs.

Willem de Kooning began creating his sculptures when he was 65, during a visit to Rome. The Serpentine Gallery exhibition introduced the public to this new strand in his art, together with a selection of related paintings, drawings, and lithographs.

The exhibition was curated by David Sylvester, and was first shown at the Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh.

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