This film follows the legendary Tunisian-born British sculptor Phillip King, now 80 years old, a contemporary of Anthony Caro, over a one-year span as he creates a new sculpture in his marvellously chaotic studio in West Hampstead, London. We watch him as he constructs a model and then replicates it in large form with the help of assistants. We also see him preparing for various gallery and outdoor exhibitions of his work dating from the last sixty years, including a retrospective of his iconic metal and fibreglass sculptures from the 1960s at the Duveen Gallery of Tate Britain.
|Production||Foxy Films, Gerald Fox|
|Participation||Philip King, Sir Nick Serota, Tom Dingle, Chris Stephens|