By Photogen

Eduardo Paolozzi’s Studio

This pioneering surrealist 20th century Scottish sculptor and artist bequeathed most of the contents of his London studios to the National Galleries of Scotland. He had a collage mindset and his studio was like a giant collage in which he lived and worked. Its reconstruction is a metaphor for his mind. You may be familiar with his bronze sculpture Newton after Blake, 1995, in the piazza of the British Library.
Extras: His bed on the mezzanine of his studio, reached by a ladder - and another studio view.

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