In this week’s roundup film Discover writer Max announces the opening of our Frank Dobson exhibition and an upcoming livestream of the show.

In case you missed it, we recently published the catalogue essay for our Frank Dobson exhibition written by acclaimed art critic Andrew Lambirth. You can read it here.


Frank Dobson is probably one of the most important 20th century artists we have ever shown at the gallery. Throughout the 1920s and the early 1930s he built a reputation as an outstanding sculptor and was an important member of the British avant-garde.


Though his work is only now beginning to receive due critical attention, his output was widely acclaimed during his time. In 1925 Roger Fry described his work as true sculpture and pure sculpture… almost the first time that such a thing has been even attempted in England, while to critic Raymond Mortimer he represented …probably the best sculptor [this country] has produced for about six hundred years…


The exhibition in Uppingham opens on the 25th June 2016 and will run until 24th July. Works have now been added to our website, and can be purchased online by clicking here, by phoning us at +44 (0) 1572 821 424, or by emailing us at


We’ll also be hosting a short livestream of the exhibition opening on Periscope and our Twitter page, which you can find at

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