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Terry Atkinson, b.1939

Mould for the bottom set of false teeth on a glass shelf in a bunker in Armagh. Through the slit three British Helicopters going in.1984

Mould for the bottom set of false teeth on a glass shelf in a bunker in Armagh. Through the slit three British Helicopters going in. is a 1984 work by Terry Atkinson. It is not currently on display in IMMA. It is part of the IMMA Permanent Collection.

MediumPastel and pencil on paper
Dimensions45 x 42 cm Framed: 52 x 49 x 3.8 cm
Credit LineIMMA Collection: Purchase, 1998
Item NumberIMMA.816
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Terry Atkinson, Mould for the bottom set of false teeth on a glass shelf in a bunker in Armagh. Through the slit three British Helicopters going in., 1984, Pastel and pencil on paper, 45 x 42 cm Framed: 52 x 49 x 3.8 cm, Collection Irish Museum of Modern Art, Purchase, 1998

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About the Artist

Terry Atkinson b.1939

A founder-member of the group Fine-Artz (1963), and the influential Art & Language (1968-74), English artist Terry Atkinson began his career producing conceptual collaborative works. Post 1975, he went on to exhibit independently. Nominated for the Turner Prize in 1985, Atkinson had a solo exhibition at IMMA in 1993. He teaches art at the University of Leeds. — View Artist »