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When Dale Inglis arrived in London from Winnipeg in Canada in the 70s he joined that group of artists who were occupying the derelict wharfs in Docklands. With a studio in Metropolitan Wharf on the banks of the River Thames he experienced daily its grandeur, its history and changing appearance and – not least - the sense of continuity it implied. And later, when he set up his studio on the south side, his fascination for the river and its bridges endured and the point where it flows by Cannon Street Station became a recurring motif in his work.



Dale Inglis: The Sound of Water (2018)


Introduction by Michael Richardson.

To find out more about the artist and the exhibition view the press release. 

Browse the exhibition catalogue online.

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