We caught up with a few friends in Nottingham over the weekend and as part of the festivities we had a trip up to the Yorkshire Sculpture park to check out the new Jaume Plensa exhibition.
Looking around the there was an impressive amount of work on display, the alabaster heads, illuminated in the darkened room had a real impact. Another highlight was the room containing the engraved gongs. Walking around you were invited to hit each of them, creating a cerebral bed of sounds, uniting the object and the audience in one experience.
There are loads more photos up on Flick if you want to have a look through. The Henry Moore pieces were a real treat to look at and there were a fair few pieces i hadn't seen before. However the real highlight was exploring the hills to see a couple of pieces by Andy Goldsworthy. As a student i was besotted by his work, so it was great to see his work close up in person.