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www.nadfas.org.ukNADFAS REVIEW / WINTER 201149HEPWORTH WAKEFIELDthat echoes the clarity and power ofform in Barbara Hepworth's work.Bronzes by Hepworth are situated in thegrounds, including three figures fromThe Family of Manseries. Also locatedwithin the grounds is an artistcommission, The Black CloudbyHeather and Ivan Morison, a woodenstructure that acts as a stage andinformal shelter for activity as part of thegallery's wider programme of events. Above:TheHepworthWakefieldBelow:MistakenPoint, 2011; The Intended,2011 both byClare WoodsART AND NATUREThe Hepworth Wakefield's secondexhibition has recently opened, with thework of British painter, Clare Woods.The Unquiet Head(22 October 2011-29January 2012) presents a new group ofpaintings by Clare Woods that exploreswhat she sees as supernatural elementsof the landscape, using forms thatembody our complex relationship withnature. In her work, rock formations,natural pools and twisted vegetationbecome powerful signs of both a dualattraction to and fear of the landscape.Far from a picturesque representation ofthe countryside, Woods presents apsychological response to its dark anduntameable nature. A reader offer related to this exhibition ison page 50The Hepworth Wakefield will continue to expand the collection and mount exhibitions of Modern British art as well as work by contemporary artists, illustrating how the work of Hepworth, Moore and others is as relevant today as it was during their lifetime. In 1943, Ernest Musgrave, the director of Wakefield Art Gallery, first approached Hepworth with a proposal for an exhibition. She said: "I should like to have an exhibition at Wakefield - I think I'm less known in Wakefield than anywhere!" With this fantastic gallery and the Hepworth Family Gift, hopefully this concern has finally been addressed. Open Tues-Sun, 10am to 5pm. Contact: 01924 247360;www.hepworthwakefield.orgFor details on a National Chairman'sEvent at the gallery, see page 8Photos: Courtesy of Clare Woods and Stuart Shave Modern Art, London

50NADFAS REVIEW / WINTER 2011www.nadfas.org.ukOFFERSOffersThe latest special deals available to readers of the ReviewA new event, the Luxury Antiques and Fine Art Fair, will be staged at therecently constructed Harewood Pavilion at Harewood House, Leeds, inassociation with Rolls-Royce-Motor Cars Manchester, from 27-29January 2012. NADFAS readers can take advantage of two-for-one entry(usual price £5 each).To claim, show a NADFAScard on arrival, or contactThe Antiques Dealers FairLimited on 01797 252030or info@adfl.co.uk, quoting 'NADFAS'.www.harewoodfair.comPitmen PaintersRight: Mahogany sofa c1835The Duchess Theatre is offering aspecial price for tickets to the West End production of ThePitmen Painters. Best Availabletickets are reduced to £29.50 onMonday to Friday and Saturdaymatinees. This rate also applies toa special matinee performance on17 December which would includea post-show Q&A session with IanKelly who is performing in theshow and is a NADFAS-accreditedlecturer. Bill Feaver will also bepresent at the Q&A. Contact theBox Office at The DuchessTheatre on 0844 412 4659 andquote 'NADFAS'.Next March, English National Ballet celebratesthe legacy of the legendary Ballets Russes.Readers are invited to a private talk at theLondon Coliseum exploring the costumes andhistory of these ballets followed by the matineeperformanceon Sunday 25 March. This eventstarts at 11am and includes: private talk;refreshments; top-price ticket for matineeperformance and souvenir programme. Tickets£69, to book call 020 7581 1245 or emailgroups@ballet.org.uk and quote: 'NADFASreader's event'. Terms and conditions apply.English National BalletTo tie in with the Clare Woods exhibition at the new Hepworth Wakefield Gallery (see feature on page 44), there will be a special screening of renowned filmmaker John Wyver's new documentary about the artist on Thursday 15 December at 7pm, £7 (Conc. £5). Clare Woods will be in conversation on Thursday 19 January2012 at 7pm £7 (Conc. £5). These events are supported by the Art Fund. NADFAS members can book these two events for the special price of £12. To book, email hello@hepworthwakefield.org or call 01924 247360.Luxury Antiques and Fine Art Fair Hepworth WakefieldInternational Art FairThe 20|21 International Art Fair willbe at the Royal College of Art inKensington Gore, London, on 16-19 February 2012 and NADFASmembers can get two-for-one onentry (usual price £8). The fairfeatures modern and contemporaryart from the UK but has a numberof dealers who specialise in workfrom China, India, Japan, Russia,Poland, Serbia and the Ukraine.International names includeMatisse, Miro, Picasso, (all workson paper), plus British 20th-centuryfavourites such as Henry Moore,David Hockney, Damien Hirst et al,together with many emerging artists.Please mention NADFAS on thedoor. Contact: 020 8742 16111; www.20-21intartfair.comAbove: Panther Power, 2008,Shepard Fairey Falmouth frameworks offerFalmouth Frameworks, by Brian Stewart with Paul Mitchell, uses Falmouth Art Gallery'simportant collection to examine the artists' relationship with the frame from the early 18thcentury through to the modern day. The book is being offered at the special price of£17.50 inc. UK P+P (published price £25). To order, contact 0117 9737207; info@sansomandcompany.co.ukPhoto: From Dominic Guerrini