Wish You Were Here?

Hestercombe Gallery, Cheddon Fitzpaine, Taunton, Somerset TA2 8LG

01823413923
info@hestercombe.com
http://www.hestercombe.com/whats-on/events-and-activities/239-exhibition-wish-you-were-here/event_details

Saturday 24 October 2015 – Sunday 28 February 2016
Opening Hours: 11am - 4pm
Admission Fee: ?10.50

Selected from Jeremy Cooper’s major artists’ postcards collection, Wish you were here? presents works by some of today’s most famous artists.

Featuring over 200 artists including Carl Andre, Richard Long, Dieter Roth, Bruce Nauman, Joseph Beuys, Yoko Ono, Ben Vautier, Gilbert & George, Susan Hiller, Gavin Turk, Ruth Proctor, Aleksandra Mir, Julie Cockburn and Mark Wallinger amongst many others, this touring exhibition is a unique opportunity to see works from the collection, some for the first time before its donation to the British Museum Prints and Drawings Department in 2018.

This touring exhibition also features new acquisitions collected over the last 12 months featuring Rachel Whiteread, Robert Rauschenberg and Andy Warhol.

The Gallery exhibition is complemented by a Jeremy Cooper postcard installation at Hestercombe’s Stables Café.

Hestercombe Gallery
24.10.15 – 28.02.16
Open Daily 11am – 4pm
Admission includes entry to the Hestercombe Gardens
For more information about the exhibition and Hestercombe, visit www.hestercombe.com.

 

 

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