British art of the 1960s is noted for its bold, artificial colour, alluring surfaces and unpredictable shapes, yet these capricious forms are underpinned by a clearly apparent order, founded on repetition, sequence and symmetry. Kaleidoscope ranges across painting and sculpture to find a common language across diverse movements and tendencies: from the mind-bending surfaces of Op Art, to the repeated imagery of Pop, the mathematical order of Constructivism, and the sequential placement of brightly-coloured abstract units in New Generation sculpture.
Until 16 June at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield. For more information: www.ysp.co.uk
1. William Tucker, Thebes, (1966). Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre, London © the artist