AN exhibition featuring the work of world-famous British artists is to be held at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
The West Bretton park - an international centre for modern and contemporary art - will be hosting the 60th anniversary celebrations of the Arts Council Collection.
This holds the most exciting 7,500 pieces of post-war and contemporary British art in the world, loaned to public spaces around the world. The year-long celebration, aptly entitled 60, will feature an exhibition of 60 leading figures and rising stars of the art world.
The sculptures will range from the abstract designs of Yorkshire-born sculptor Barbara Hepworth to the controversial works of Damien Hirst.
The exhibition aims to show art lovers how British art has evolved since 1946, charting the progress and success of the country's leading artists.
The event marks the first British sculpture survey ever held at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
The exhibition, set in 500 acres of parkland just off the main road past Bretton College, will run from March 18 to June 25. Admission is free.