Large steel sculptures by Bernard Schottlander which were acquired by MKDC in the 1970s.
During the late 1960s, Bernard Schottlander produced large-scale outdoor sculptures made of welded steel. In 1972, he staged a dauntingly ambitious exhibition of seven of these works in a meadow opposite Park Royal Underground Station, on the fringes of London. The exhibition came to the attention of the MKDC (Milton Keynes Development Corporation), who acquired four works for the new city that were in sync with their own modernist vision. [Thanks to City Club newspaper Summer 2017, Issue Two for this information]. This set of photos seems to show that exhibition.