The Art of David Jones: the slow transmission of cultural identity

At the start of the BBC series The Art that Made Us, Antony Gormley peers intently at Spong Man, a small fifth-century Anglo-Saxon clay figure seized by existential anguish. We next see Gormley in his studio with a small clay figure hunched by lockdown depression. In the programmes that follow, we witness many such creative … Continue reading The Art of David Jones: the slow transmission of cultural identity