In dialogue at Make Hauser & Wirth Somerset

Image Credit: Installation view, ‘David Gates: in dialogue‘, Make Hauser & Wirth Somerset, 2019. Photo: Dave Watts

Hauser & Wirth Somerset Durslade Farm, Dropping Lane, Bruton, Somerset BA10 0NL

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Saturday 28 September 2019
2 – 4 pm
Opening Hours: 10 – 5
Booking essential
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Join Jacqueline Moore, Director of Make Hauser & Wirth Somerset, together with David Gates and the contributing makers in ‘David Gates: in dialogue’ for an introduction to the exhibition and the artists’ work and practices.

The cabinet of curiosities has inspired Gates’ most recent work and the collecting cabinet as an interface between furniture, people, architecture and material culture is the primary motif in the exhibition. In keeping with this theme, Jacqueline Moore together with David Gates have invited a selection of international artist-makers to submit works for display around the cabinets.

This is a unique opportunity to meet David Gates, Helen Carnac, Mark Reddy, Mr. Smith, Rosa Nguyen and Katie Spragg and to interrogate all the works on display. These include cast glass and fine bone china objects by Andrea Walsh, be-jewelled thimble pieces by Romilly Saumarez Smith and concrete and glass sculptures by Harry Morgan.

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