Phillip King  (British, 1934) 


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Phillip King, Bottom Pink


Phillip King
Bottom Pink

Phillip King, Darwin


Phillip King

Phillip King, Shoot Z


Phillip King
Shoot Z

Phillip King, Wall Piece


Phillip King
Wall Piece

New Art Centre
Phillip King, Diamond Maquette


Phillip King
Diamond Maquette

New Art Centre
Phillip King, Maquette for Hanover


Phillip King
Maquette for Hanover

Bernard Jacobson Gallery
Phillip King, Hat Stand and Bin (Homage to Malevich)


Phillip King
Hat Stand and Bin (Homage to Malevich)

Bernard Jacobson Gallery
Phillip King, Sculpture piece (with Vase)


Phillip King
Sculpture piece (with Vase)

Bernard Jacobson Gallery
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Phillip King, Through


Phillip King
Through, 1965
painted wood and fibreglass


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Phillip King, Genghis Khan


Phillip King
Genghis Khan, 1963
fibreglass and plastic w/steel supports


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Phillip King, Fire King No. 2, Plop, the Frog Jumps


Phillip King
Fire King No. 2, Plop, the Frog Jumps, 1989-1990
bronze w/dark brown patina


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  Studies St Martin’s School of Art
  Lives and working in London, United Kingdom
  Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
  Arts Council of Great Britain
  Bradford City Art Gallery, UK
  British Council, London, UK
  Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal
  City of Rotterdam, Netherlands
  Contemporary Art Society, London, UK
  Cultural Centre, Adelade, Australia
  Felton Bequest, Melbourne, Australia
  Galleria d’Arte Moderno, Turin
  Government Art Collection, London, UK
  Hakone Open Air Museum, Japan
  Hiroshima Museum of Contemporary Art, Japan
  Kröller-Müller, Otterlo, Netherlands
  Leeds Museum & Galleries (City Art Gallery), UK
  Leicestershire Education Authority, UK
  Leisure Centre, Osaka, Japan
  Los Angeles County Musuem, USA
  Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, USA
  Middleheim Open Air Museum, Antwerp, Belgium
  Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France
  Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, Brussels, Belgium
  National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia
  National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
  National Museum of Art, Osaka, Japan
  New Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima, Japan
  Osaka City Public Art Collection, Japan
  Prefectural Museum of Contemporary Art, Toyama, Japan
  Rijksmuseum, Netherlands
  Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, UK
  State University of New York College, Purchase, New York, USA
  Stuyvesant Foundation, New York, USA
  Tel Aviv Museum, Israel
  Tokyo University Art Collection, Japan
  Ulster Museum, Belfast
  Yale Centre for British Art, USA
  Trustee of the Tate Gallery, London 1967-69
  Received CBE 1974
  Elected Associate of the Royal Academy of Arts, London 1977
  President of the Royal Academy, London 1999
2001   Garth Clark Gallery, New York, USA
1998   Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London
1997   Forte di Belvedere, Firenze
1996   Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield
1995   Galerie Waszkowiak/Walter Bischoff Galerie, Berlin
1994   Observer Studio Exhibition, London
1993   Galerie Waszkowiak, Berlin
1993   Le Prieure Sait-Michel, Vimoutiers
1993   La Filature Nouvel Espace Culturel, Mulhouse
1992   Stadtische Kunsthalle Mannheim
1992   Art Warehouse, London
1992   MAAK Gallery, London Musée des Beaux-Arts Andre Malraux, Le Harve
1990   Mayor Rowan Gallery, London
1990   Grob Gallery, London
1987   Nishimura Gallery, Tokyo
1983   Juda Rowan Gallery, London
1981   Hayward Gallery, London
1981   Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh