Nicholas Pope is an iconic British artist who rose to prominence in the 1970s and 80s, whose sculpture and drawing practice is characterized by maximalist, biomorphic compositions and an emotional engagement with materials. An influential figure to generations of British artists, Pope has exhibited widely across the United Kingdom and was the subject of an important solo exhibition curated in 1996 by long-time Tate Modern director Frances Morris. A selection of his paintings on paper from over the years have been made into limited edition area rugs, reflecting his interest in spatial interventions and life taken over by the artistic act.

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