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TitleUnit One
Admin/Biog HistoryUnit One was an avant-garde artist association which was co-founded in England in 1933 by the artists, Paul Nash, Henry Moore and Edward Wadsworth, along with architect, Wells Coates. This group, comprised of painters, sculptors and architects including Ben Nicholson, Barbara Hepworth and poet, critic and writer, Herbert Read, were focused on revitalising British art by embracing European artistic developments. Colin Lucas was invited to join the group as the second architect in 1933. Unit One held an exhibition in 1933 at the Mayor Gallery in London and also a travelling exhibition showcasing the work of its members. The group disbanded in 1935.
DescriptionPhotocopy of an article by Herbert Read entitled 'Unit One'.
Extent1 file (1 published article)
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