Art lights up hidden truths at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Kerry Chase with Something Plastic to Fight the Invisible by Mark Titchner. PIC: Simon Hulme
Kerry Chase with Something Plastic to Fight the Invisible by Mark Titchner. PIC: Simon Hulme
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Yorkshire Sculpture Park has opened a new exhibition looking at transparent art.

The exhibition is in the stunning Chapel, curated from the Arts Council Collection and featuring artists including Yelena Popova, Mark Titchner, Rachel Whiteread and Cerith Wyn Evans.

Comprising 15 sculptures, installations and films, made between 1978 and 2014, Transparency considers how artists have investigated subjects such as truth to material, the everyday or ordinary, and material and psychological transparency.

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