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  1. 'The Three Graces' by Antonio Canova

    Duration: 01.29

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    Alastair Sooke examines Canova’s sensuous sculpture, ‘The Three Graces’.

  2. An interview with Damien Hirst

    Duration: 02.58

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    Alastair Sooke talks to Damien Hirst about the ideas behind his most famous sculptures.

  3. David Nash

    Duration: 01.44

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    Work of Blaenau Ffestiniog artist David Nash.

  4. Hew Locke's sculptures and portraits

    Duration: 07.19

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    Artist Hew Locke uses cardboard to create highly decorative pieces of work.

  5. Jenni Dutton - making shoes

    Duration: 03.35

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    Jenni Dutton explains the ideas and mythology behind the artefacts she creates.

  6. Jenni Dutton and mackerel skin dresses

    Duration: 03.12

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    Jenni Dutton outlines how unusual materials create the negative space of human forms.

  7. Jenni Dutton and the idealised female form

    Duration: 05.02

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    Jenni Dutton outlines how unusual materials create the negative space of human forms.

  8. Julie Arkell and papier mache

    Duration: 04.07

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    Julie Arkell shows how to use simple techniques to create colourful sculptures.

  9. Laura Ford setting up an exhibition and talking about her inspirations

    Duration: 04.04

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    Installation artist Laura Ford describes what her installations are about.

  10. Laura Ford's sculptures and concepts

    Duration: 05.16

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    Artist Laura Ford demonstrates how she makes her large-scale sculptures.

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