The British/American sculptor William Tucker (*1935 in Cairo) counted among the influential group of English sculptors, who were introduced at the eponymous exhibition at London’s Whitechapel Art Gallery in 1965 as the “New Generation” and whose works provided new inspiration for the development of abstract sculpture as well as a far broader interpretation of the concept of sculpture. William Tucker’s works, which will be shown at the Sculpture Park, take the human figure as its reference. Despite that they are not immediately decipherable or nameable. Rather, the sculptures open up a wide range of possible associations, thus achieving their intense, undeniable physicality. William Tucker’s sculptures have a presence that relates to our body and so makes us aware of it.