Sainsbury Centre

Sainsbury Centre

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Norwich, UK / Art gallery at the University of East Anglia - world & modern art collections, exhibitions, students & more housed in Lord Norman Foster’s first public building
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Mother and child group  (534)     Mother and child group. Central and East Africa,. Zaire/Angola: Zombo or Yaka. 20th century. Wood. h. 31.7 x w. 10.2 x d. 5.8 cm. Acquired 1973. Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Collection. UEA 534

Mother and child group Mother and child group. Central and East Africa,. Zaire/Angola: Zombo or Yaka. Acquired Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Collection.

Female figure with child  (572)     Female figure with child. West Africa, Ivory Coast: Baule. 20th century. Wood, beads. h. 45.7 x w. 14.2 x d. 14.8 cm. Acquired 1974. Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Collection. UEA 572

Female figure with child Female figure with child. Acquired Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Collection.

Feb 2012 - Sep 2012, Manga Dreams - Anderson and Low: Untitled (Ming with Sword)

Feb 2012 - Sep Manga Dreams - Anderson and Low: Untitled (Ming with Sword)

Houseago - Where The Wild Things Are: Lying Figure (Mother Father), 2011

Houseago - Where The Wild Things Are: Lying Figure (Mother Father), 2011

Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, UEA Norwich by .Martin., via Flickr

The Norman Foster designed Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia

In 1929, Le Corbusier turned the traditional club chair inside out – and created a design icon.

In Le Corbusier turned the traditional club chair inside out – and created a design icon.

Project model for a communal housing unit (reconstruction 1970). Moisei Ginzburg. Russia. 1928. Reconstruction 1970 by Roger Foster.

Project model for a communal housing unit (reconstruction Moisei Ginzburg. Reconstruction 1970 by Roger Foster.

Isokon Dining Chair. Marcel Breuer. England. 1936. Plywood. h. 76.2 x w. 42.0 x d. 50.8 cm. Acquired 1975. UEA 31162d

Isokon Dining Chair. Marcel Breuer. England. 1936. Plywood. h. 76.2 x w. 42.0 x d. 50.8 cm. Acquired 1975. UEA 31162d