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David Nash, Yorkshire Sculpture Park

David Nash, Yorkshire Sculpture Park

A spellbinding 40-year career retrospective of the sculptor who works in wood

'Black Ball' looks like an alien space-ship entirely at home in Yorkshire
Wood is a mysterious substance. We do not make it, it makes itself. It is useful to us, alive and dead. Without it, our history would not be the same. But it is so ever-present, so much a part of that history, that we rarely see the wood for the trees. David Nash has seen both the wood and the trees for years. To him, wood is life.

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