Every summer the Gallery commissions an artist to make a work of art that engages with children. The London-based Irish sculptor Eva Rothschild has made a film which shows what happens when young boys are let loose in a gallery. Rothschild’s remarkable sculptures use shape, colour, crafts techniques and scale - they have ranged from domestic sized objects to the epic zigzag she created to transverse the galleries at Tate Britain – to fuse form with, in her words, ‘ideas of faith, death, magic, things that are all very messy…’. H... Read more
A group of primary school boys take on a sculpture exhibition, unattended.