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25th February, 2015

Maggi Hambling: War Requiem & Aftermath

From 4 March to 31 May 2015, the Cultural Institute at King’s College London will present War Requiem & Aftermath, a survey of the recent work of British artist Maggi Hambling, encompassing painting, sculpture, installation and film.

During the exhibition, Hambling will be working with a number of academics across King’s College London, whose work in facial reconstruction and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) have real resonance in her work. These collaborations will form the basis for a series of talks, debates and events, details of which can be found here.

Over a five-decade career, Maggi Hambling has become one of Britain’s most distinguished artists, consistently irreverent and controversial. She has exhibited extensively: major solo exhibitions include the National Portrait Gallery, Serpentine Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg, Yale Center for British Art in Connecticut and, most recently, her return to the National Gallery, London, in 2014 for her exhibition Maggi Hambling: Walls of Water. In 2003 Hambling’s sculpture Scallop was installed on Aldeburgh Beach in celebration of Benjamin Britten; other public works include A Conversation with Oscar Wilde (1998), The Brixton Heron (2010), and The Winchester Tapestries (2013).

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