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Bharti Kher
A Wonderful Anarchy

Somerset

Hauser & Wirth Somerset is proud to present ‘A Wonderful Anarchy,’ an exhibition of new work by Bharti Kher, following her three-month residency with the gallery in 2017. This is the artist’s first solo exhibition at Hauser & Wirth Somerset and marks a return to the most elemental themes within her practice. Kher, who works across a multitude...

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Artwork related to exhibition: Portable Art. A Project by Celia Forner
Artwork related to exhibition: Portable Art. A Project by Celia Forner
Artwork related to exhibition: Portable Art. A Project by Celia Forner

Portable Art. A Project by Celia Forner

Los Angeles

On 23 June 2018, Hauser & Wirth will present its Portable Art Project in Los Angeles with an exhibition of wearable objects commissioned from a range of artists – works that exist somewhere between sculpture and bodily adornment. Organized by Celia Forner, who collaborated closely with the artists, the Portable Art Project includes unique...
Artwork related to exhibition: Salon
Artwork related to exhibition: Salon
Artwork related to exhibition: Salon
Artwork related to exhibition: Salon

Salon

Zürich

Hauser & Wirth Zürich is pleased to present our year-end group exhibition ‘Salon’, a curated presentation of modern masters and contemporary work. Over a period of four weeks, ‘Salon’ will transform the ground floor exhibition spaces into a series of intricate displays combining works by over 20 artists, classic pieces of furniture and books...
Artwork related to exhibition: Portable Art: A Project by Celia Forner
Artwork related to exhibition: Portable Art: A Project by Celia Forner
Artwork related to exhibition: Portable Art: A Project by Celia Forner

Portable Art: A Project by Celia Forner

New York, 69th Street

On 20 April 2017, Hauser & Wirth will debut its Portable Art Project with an exhibition of wearable objects commissioned from fifteen artists – works that exist somewhere between sculpture and bodily adornment. Organized by Celia Forner, who collaborated closely with the artists, the Portable Art Project includes unique pieces as well as...
Artwork related to exhibition: Bharti Kher three decimal points. of a minute. of a second. of a degree
Artwork related to exhibition: Bharti Kher three decimal points. of a minute. of a second. of a degree
Artwork related to exhibition: Bharti Kher three decimal points. of a minute. of a second. of a degree

Bharti Kher
three decimal points. of a minute. of a second. of a degree

Zürich

I create from a space that doesn’t exist. I am not interested in the things that I know but in things that I don’t know about.’ – Bharti Kher For her first exhibition at Hauser & Wirth Zürich, Bharti Kher unveils a new ensemble of sculptures that have been growing in her studio over the last few years. In line with earlier...
Artwork related to exhibition: Bharti Kher The hot winds that blow from the West
Artwork related to exhibition: Bharti Kher The hot winds that blow from the West
Artwork related to exhibition: Bharti Kher The hot winds that blow from the West
Artwork related to exhibition: Bharti Kher The hot winds that blow from the West

Bharti Kher
The hot winds that blow from the West

New York, 69th Street

Beginning March 6, 2012, Hauser & Wirth New York will present ‘The hot winds that blow from the West’, its first exhibition devoted to internationally admired artist Bharti Kher. Through a group of five works, the London-born, Delhi-based artist further plumbs metaphysical questions raised by our relationship to life’s...
Artwork related to exhibition: Bharti Kher inevitable undeniable necessary
Artwork related to exhibition: Bharti Kher inevitable undeniable necessary
Artwork related to exhibition: Bharti Kher inevitable undeniable necessary
Artwork related to exhibition: Bharti Kher inevitable undeniable necessary

Bharti Kher
inevitable undeniable necessary

London

Hauser & Wirth is pleased to announce Bharti Kher’s debut solo exhibition at our London gallery. In her art, Kher gives form to the slightly strange and slightly awkward encounters with the daily rituals of life. Her vision makes the banal wondrous and the quotidian unusual, sometimes even disturbing. Her use of found objects, such as mirrors...
Artwork related to exhibition: Bharti Kher Outdoor Sculpture

Bharti Kher
Outdoor Sculpture

St. James’s Church, London

‘choleric, phlegmatic, melancholy, sanguine’, Kher’s new sculpture to be shown in Southwood Garden, St. James’s Church, bristles with contorted mask-like faces and tentacles, looming with the spectacle of a woman impaled on one of her arms. In a clever inversion of the creation myth which begins with the churning of a sacred...