Phillip King's Genghis Khan is dusted by art handler Mikei Hall.
Phillip King exhibition at the Tate Britain, to mark his 80th birthday. The display celebrates King’s significant contribution to late 20th century sculpture through six colourful sculptures. These are his key works from the 1960s and include a variety of unusual shapes and forms, demonstrate King’s experimentation with abstraction, construction, material and colour. They include iconic sculptures such as Genghis Khan 1963, a conical structure with a pair of antler-like forms and Rosebud 1962, his first coloured sculpture using fibreglass. The works are displayed in the grand surroundings of the Duveen galleries at Tate Britain.