Make Hauser & Wirth Somerset

Situated on Bruton High Street, Make Hauser & Wirth Somerset occupies two rooms of a Georgian townhouse. The gallery is a destination for contemporary making and the crafted object, showcasing work from the best emerging and established makers.

On view this fall

Our current exhibitionsWalking the Wild’ and ‘every somewhereare on view through Saturday 18 November.

Exhibitions are free to attend. No advance booking necessary. All works exhibited are for sale. Contact us for more information.

Plan your visit

Wed – Sat, 10 am – 1 pm and 2 pm – 4 pm

Make Hauser & Wirth Somerset is located on 13 High Street, Bruton, BA10 0AB.

On Foot

The gallery is less than 10 minutes from Hauser & Wirth Somerset site, so we encourage you to park your car at the main site and then walk down via the connecting footpath through our community allotments.

By Train

Our nearest train station is Bruton which is less than a 10 minute walk to the gallery.


Hauser & Wirth Somerset is a pioneering world-class gallery and multipurpose arts center. Occupying a former farmstead in Bruton, Hauser & Wirth Somerset is home to a vibrant program of art exhibitions, events, learning activities and artists’ residencies, which connect with the local community and landscape.

Latest News

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A film taking you inside the London studio of ceramicist Akiko Hirai.

About Make Somerset

Since 2018, the gallery has presented work by over 80 artist-makers from around the world, providing valuable insights into the working processes and rich narratives of their practices.

There is an emphasis on pieces commissioned specifically for Make, some of which are created in response to Somerset and the South West, employing locally sourced materials. All works exhibited are for sale.

To coincide with the diverse and collaborative exhibition program, the gallery hosts a number of participatory experiences including talks, workshops, residencies and community events.