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ARTISTS AND ENVIRONMENT

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Today many young painters and sculptors in Britain look longingly towards architecture and are more concerned to influence the environment than to make individual works of art. What is the present relationship between architecture and the other plastic arts? What kind of dialogue can exist between architects and artists?
The speakers include:
Artists: MAURICE AGIS GEOFFREY CLARKE ANTHONY HILL KEN TURNER
Architects THEO CROSBY , JOHN WEEKS
Produced by Leonie Cohn
' Pasmore's Role at Peterlee.' J. M. Richards examines the part played by the artist Victor Pas more since 1954 as member of the architectural team tor the South West area of Peterlee, Co. Durham: January 22

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Clarke
Unknown: Anthony Hill
Unknown: Ken Turner
Unknown: Architects Theo Crosby
Produced By: Leonie Cohn
Unknown: J. M. Richards
Artist: Victor Pas

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ARTISTS AND ENVIRONMENT

Network Three, 18 January 1967 20.00






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