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  • Neither Here or There
    2016
    rusted steel

    price on request

  • Neither Here or There
    2016
    rusted steel

    price on request

  • Neither Here or There
    2016
    rusted steel

    price on request


  • An Obstruction 14
    1994
    patinated brass

    price on request

  • An Obstruction 15
    1994
    patinated copper

    price on request

  • Understood I & II
    2014
    patinated brass

    price on request

  • Another Dimension I & II
    2014
    patinated brass

    price on request

  • Quartered
    2012
    patinated brass

    sold

  • Contradictions XII
    2011
    aluminium and patinated brass

    price on request

  • Contradictions VI
    2011
    aluminium and patinated brass

    price on request

  • Interruptions
    2012
    patinated brass

    sold

  • Piece from the Displaced series
    2010
    patinated brass and aluminium

    price on request

  • Stark Reality
    2009
    installation view

    photo © Philip Sayer

  • Stark Reality
    2009
    installation view

    photo © Philip Sayer

  • White Vessel Study III
    2011
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Block Seven A
    2009
    brass

    price on request

  • Set of Four Turquoise Pieces With Lacquer
    2007
    patinated brass

    price on request

  • Black Upright Curve
    1988
    patinated copper, wax

    price on request

  • Open to Possibility
    2003-4
    patinated brass

    price on request
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Robert Marsden

Robert Marsden is best known for his extraordinary and uncompromising minimalist metal sculpture. His work has been characterised by the critic Mel Gooding as ‘belonging to that specifically modernist type of the sculptural architectonic’. He works on a variety of scales from tabletop sculptures to monumental outdoor pieces. His most recent series of pared down forms draw attention to the subtle permutations of their patinated brass components and the particular spatial relationships that come into play at the juxtaposition of one shape with another.

Marsden studied at High Wycombe College of Technology and the Royal College of Art. He has exhibited internationally and his work can be found in the Crafts Council Collection, London; Birmingham Museum & City Art Gallery; Shipley Art Gallery; Sheffield Assay Office; and the National Gallery of Australia.


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robertmarsden.net