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Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) is a leading centre for modern and contemporary sculpture, where art and nature come together in 500 acres of stunning historic parkland. Explore changing displays of over 80 sculptures by internationally renowned artists, alongside an exciting array of exhibitions presented in six indoor galleries, and a thriving visiting artist programme. Celebrating the idea of art without walls, YSP is a vibrant and welcoming environment for everyone.


Art Unlocked is an online talk series by Art UK in collaboration with Bloomberg Philanthropies. This Curation is based on a talk by Sarah Coulson, Curator at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, on 8th September 2021. You can find a recording at https://youtu.be/DdHbrZC1M2Y

6 artworks
Deer Shelter Skyspace
© the artist, courtesy of YSP. Photo credit: Jonty Wilde, courtesy of YSP

Deer Shelter Skyspace 2006

James Turrell (b.1943)

Stone

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Hanging Trees
© Andy Goldsworthy, courtesy Galerie Lelong & Co. Photo credit: Jonty Wilde, courtesy of YSP

Hanging Trees 2007

Andy Goldsworthy (b.1956)

Stone & oak tree trunks

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Seventy-One Steps
© Courtesy of the artist and YSP. Photo credit: Jonty Wilde. Courtesy of YSP

Seventy-One Steps 2010

David Nash (b.1945)

Charred oak & coal

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Speed Breakers
© Courtesy of the Artist, Lender and YSP. Photo credit: Jonty Wilde. Courtesy of YSP

Speed Breakers 2012

Hemali Bhuta (b.1978)

Bronze

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

The Garden of Good and Evil
© courtesy the artist, a-political and YSP. Photo credit: Jonty Wilde. Courtesy of YSP

The Garden of Good and Evil 2017

Alfredo Jaar (b.1956)

Steel

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Silence – Alone in a World of Wounds
© Heather Peak and Ivan Morison. Photo credit: Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Silence – Alone in a World of Wounds 2021

Heather Peak and Ivan Morison (founded 2003)

Rammed earth, wood, heather, Shoji paper & living trees

H 300 x W 1390 x D 1390 cm

Yorkshire Sculpture Park