William Cook

Lost in space | 19 November 2015

Her reputation has been in the doldrums for too long, undermined by ubiquity, then neglect. Djanogly Gallery's new show hopes to set the record straight

In a converted barn in Dorset, not far from the rural studio where she made many of her greatest sculptures, Elisabeth Frink’s son Lin is showing me his incredible collection of his mother’s work. More than 20 years since his mother died, he’s kept the vast bulk of it together.

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