This exhibition brought together 44 items from across Eton College Collections and, with an emphasis on viewing, proposed a network of threads and themes connecting the wide range of works on display.
The Collections at Eton College have been assembled over five centuries resulting in a rich collection of great breadth. The exhibition represented this variety, with objects made by anonymous makers in Ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome, shown alongside artists such as Sean Scully, Richard Hamilton, Anthony Gross, Paul Nash, Patrick Caulfield and William Scott, and a selection of modern and contemporary ceramics given to the college by Lady Peyton. Across the exhibition, all manners of materials and processes were included..
Curated by Stephen Feeke and Madeleine Bessborough, Roche Court Sculpture Park