Hew Locke

Hew Locke’s work includes explorations of history, how people and nations display their power and wealth, migration, globalisation and military conflict.  He is particularly renowned for his installations of boat-sculptures, and his collages of establishment figures embellished with beads, sequins, plastic toys and kitsch ephemera, every element meticulously placed.  His permanent sculpture ‘The Jurors’ (2015) sits at Runnymede, created to celebrate the 800th Anniversary of Magna Carta.