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Kiluandi Kia Henji

Frieze London 2017

October is the very best time of year to see art in the capital. The city is abuzz with the latest blockbuster shows – 2017 brings Jasper Johns as well as Duchamp / Dali to the Royal Academy, Jean-Michel Basquiat comes to the Barbican and Rachel Whiteread is showing at the Tate. […]

by × October 9, 2017 × 0 comments

Arts & Culture

Pipilotti Rist at Hauser & Wirth London and Somerset

Pipilotti Rist at Hauser & Wirth London and Somerset

I am relaxing in a deep duvet as vividly coloured and seductive images glide gently by. Ill-defined body parts morph in to rich natural landscapes. In a kaleidoscopic reimagining of reality glistening spider webs and dew-laced foliage merge with eyeballs and elbows. If all this sounds like drifting in to some […]

by × January 13, 2015 × 0 comments

Arts & Culture, Travel

Oudolf Field at Hauser & Wirth Somerset

Oudolf Field at Hauser & Wirth Somerset

Some unseasonably warm weather this week prompted us to take a journey out to Dursalde Farm, location of the latest branch of the expanding Hauser & Wirth Gallery empire. In particular we wanted to visit ‘Oudolf Field’, the landscaped garden that has only recently opened. Having purchased the run-down property in […]

by × September 20, 2014 × 2 comments

Arts & Culture

Hauser & Wirth Somerset opens with Phyllida Barlow – GIG

Hauser & Wirth Somerset opens with Phyllida Barlow – GIG

Hauser & Wirth are one of the powerhouses of worldwide contemporary art with galleries in Zurich, London, New York, Los Angeles (2015) and Somerset. Yes, you read that right, Somerset. In fact Bruton to be precise – a sleepy village home to some three thousand souls. So why Bruton? The first thoughts […]

by × July 15, 2014 × 0 comments

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At the Chapel – Bruton, Somerset

At the Chapel – Bruton, Somerset

Hauser & Wirth already have five dazzling respective gallery spaces in London, New York and Zurich. But their latest opening on 15 July will be somewhere altogether sleepier: Bruton, Somerset. This summer, the 17-century Durslade Farm – along with its accompanying 200 acres – will be transformed into a futuristic […]

by × April 28, 2014 × 0 comments

Arts & Culture

Phyllida Barlow Duveen Gallery Commission at Tate Britain

Phyllida Barlow Duveen Gallery Commission at Tate Britain

The latest commission for the imposing Duveen Gallery at Tate Britain is dock by sculptor Phyllida Barlow. Anyone who visited her impressive exhibition RIG, for Hauser & Wirth‘s Piccadilly gallery, would have been greatly impressed at how she was able to absolutely take over such a selection of varied spaces. Using inexpensive, everyday materials – such as cardboard, […]

by × April 6, 2014 × 4 comments