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Part of Yorkshire Sculpture International on display 13 Apr - 29 Sep 2019. The Turner Prize-winning artist, who grew up in Leeds, will show various work at Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP).
No Borders (2018) is a white neon text work by Hilary Jack that reads NO BORDERS JUST HORIZONS ONLY FREEDOM. These are the words of Amelia Earhart (b.1897; missing presumed dead 1937), the pioneering and much celebrated American aviator who was the first woman, and only the second person, to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean.
Barbara Hepworth - detail from The Family of Man (1970) sculpture. The Family of Man (1970) is a beautiful representation of figures in the landscape and is one of the last major works Hepworth completed before her death. In Autumn 2016, expert conservators restored The Family of Man (1970), which has been on public display at Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) since 1980. The sculpture is re-sited further along the Hillside, away from the now mature trees, in order to give an unobstructed view of the work and to protect the tree roots, which have grown significantly in the 36 years since the sculptures were first installed.
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