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Sensory overload: Paul Neagu, Anthony Caro and Bernat Klein reviewed

From palpable sculpture to painterly textiles, Claudia Massie explores three new shows at the Henry Moore Institute, The Hepworth and Dovecot Studios

5 September 2015

9:00 AM

5 September 2015

9:00 AM

Paul Neagu: Palpable Sculpture

Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, until 8 November

Caro in Yorkshire

The Hepworth, Wakefield, until 1 November

Bernat Klein: A Life in Colour

Dovecot Studios, Edinburgh, until 26 September

‘The eye is fatigued, perverted, shallow, its culture is degenerate, degraded and obsolete.’ Welcome to the Palpable Art Manifesto of Romanian sculptor Paul Neagu. Art must be accessible to all the senses, he argued, for ten fingers will explain more than two eyes and the tongue might tell yet more again.

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