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Journeyman - The Art of Steve Dilworth

Steve Dilworth & Georgina Coburn

Scotland Unwrapped

Wed 8 May
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Journeyman - The Art of Steve Dilworth

Steve Dilworth & Georgina Coburn

Scotland Unwrapped

A special event celebrating the Hebridean-based sculptor Steve Dilworth, coinciding with his solo exhibition at Pangolin London, with contributions from his biographer, Georgina Coburn, and a screening of portrait film ‘Stuff the World is Made of’.


The sculptor Steve Dilworth is immersed in the natural world. Many of his objects are made of raw materials from the Isle of Harris where he lives and works. His bronze sculptures are made at Pangolin Editions and his work will be on display at Pangolin London Kings Place from May 2024.

Georgina Coburn’s book Journeyman – The Art of Steve Dilworth is the first comprehensive investigation of the life and work of this important groundbreaking artist. Based on five years research, the evolution of his remarkable work is examined in detail, revealing one of the country’s most innovative and significant artists.

Stuff the World is Made of, a 60-minute documentary about Dilworth, includes scenes in his studio and Pangolin foundry plus contributions from Georgina Coburn, Robert Macfarlane, Iain Sinclair and collectors of his work.

After the film, there will be a Q&A with Steve Dilworth and Georgina Coburn, chaired by Polly Bielecka, director of Pangolin Gallery Kings Place.

This event will last approximately 2 hours, without an interval.

Date:Wed 8 May
Start time:7pm (Doors: 6.30pm)
Venue:St Pancras Room
Price:£8.50-£12.50
+ 10% booking fee.

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