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William Tucker was born to English parents in Cairo, Egypt in 1935, and moved to England at the age of 2. After visiting the Holland Park sculpture exhibition in 1957, he chose to continue his postgraduate studies in sculpture at the Central and St. Martinís Schools of Art from 1959-61. During his early career, Tucker worked primarily with steel and recycled wood to create abstract geometric figures that consist largely of negative space. However, his style evolved in the 80ís and 90ís, resulting in more solid pieces cast from plaster and concrete.

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