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The work of British sculptor Tony Cragg will be on display in 2017 in a new exhibition at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP).

New sculptures, drawings and works drawn from nearly five decades of Cragg’s practice will be on display in the Underground Gallery, Garden Gallery and in the open air at the YSP from 4th March to 3rd September 2017.

It is set to be the largest UK exhibition by Cragg and will reflect his taxonomic approach to his work.

Limited edition and exclusive exhibition merchandise will be available to purchase at the exhibition. A full colour publication revealing insights into Cragg’s career from both an art historical and material science perspective will also be on sale.

Pre-booked groups can receive a free introduction to the exhibition, whilst Tony Cragg tours are also available.

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

A centre for modern and contemporary art, YSP is set in 500 acres of parkland with its open air gallery and five indoor galleries showcasing over 100 works at any one time.

A range of tours, from the Historic Lakes & Woodland Tour, which explores the rich heritage of the YSP landscape, to the YSP WILD Tour, which uncovers the wildlife, flora and fauna of the park, can be included in a visit to the sculpture park, too. 

Food and drink options are on offer at YSP’s restaurant and menu packages, such as morning coffee, cream teas and buffet lunches, can be arranged for groups.

Admission to the park and galleries is free of charge. Pre-booked groups opting for catering or a tour package can also benefit from free coach parking.

For more information call 01924-832508, e-mail or visit

Pictured: Tony Cragg, Points of View, 550x150x150, bronze, 2007. Credit: Charles Duprat.