Education Lab Returns to Somerset ‘Turning the Inside Outside: Sustainable Actions in the Art World’

2 May 2023

This summer, Hauser & Wirth Somerset celebrates the opening of our Education Lab, a global partnership between our learning and green teams, open from Saturday 3 June 2023 until Monday 1 January 2024.

Our 2023 Partnership with Hospital Rooms

29 March 2023

Following a successful first year of collaboration in 2022, raising £325,000 with the ‘Like There Is Hope’ exhibition and auction, the gallery has raised over £430,000 in the second year of collaboration with the ‘Holding Space’ exhibition and auction, in partnership with Hospital Rooms and Bonhams, to support three ambitious new projects in NHS mental health hospitals across the UK.

Celebrating The Big Draw

15 November 2022

Throughout October, Hauser & Wirth held events for The Big Draw Festival 2022 across 8 of our locations around the world. Chillida Leku, Hong Kong, London, Los Angeles, Menorca, Monaco, Somerset and Zurich all offered free creative activities for families, schools and communities that engaged with drawing and responded to the collective theme ‘Come Back to Colour.’ The theme invited participants to rediscover the vitality and vibrancy in everyone’s lives after what has been a challenging few years.

‘Art for Better’ Auction in Support of UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency

3 November 2022

Announcing ‘Art for Better,’ an online auction with important works donated by gallery artists to raise funds for the humanitarian aid programs of UNHCR. Bidding will open 6 December and run through 13 December, with 100 percent of proceeds going to support life-saving assistance to victims of global refugee crises that have displaced millions.

Announcing The Performance Project in Los Angeles

26 October 2022

Coinciding with our 30th anniversary in 2022, we are proud to re-affirm its longstanding commitment to live performance by inaugurating The Performance Project, an ambitious initiative conceived to further foreground the performing arts and explore relationships between the myriad forms of path-breaking creative expression that engage the artists of our time.

Art at The Audley and Mount St. Restaurant in London

13 October 2022

On the corner of Mayfair’s Mount Street and South Audley Street, The Audley Public House and Mount St. Restaurant have opened their doors. This major restoration project by Artfarm has resulted in a new London pub and fine dining restaurant unlike any others, featuring an array of artist interventions and artworks woven throughout their interiors. Formerly operating as pub with rooms for staff, the listed building was first a hotel, built in 1888 and designed by Thomas Verity, the man responsible for the exterior of the pavilion at Lord’s Cricket Ground.

Martin Creed neon work unveiled at Gstaad Palace

7 January 2021

A new neon work by acclaimed British artist Martin Creed, ‘Work No. 3485 EVERYTHING IS GOING TO BE ALRIGHT’, is lighting up the façade of the Gstaad Palace in Switzerland. The installation is organized by Hauser & Wirth and the Gstaad Palace in an ongoing collaboration, installing iconic artworks by artists from the gallery’s roster since 2019. This year’s special public display is made possible with the generous support of Alex Hank.

Pump Up the Volume: Alan Licht on Martin Creed’s 'The Back Door'

7 February 2018

Since the beginning of his career, Martin Creed has numbered rather than named his pieces, starting, cryptically enough, out of order, with ‘Work No. 3’ (1986), instead of No. 1.

In Your Face: Martin Creed

21 December 2017

Interviewer Carrie Scott asks Turner Prize winner Martin Creed what is the point of it all, at Miami Beach EDITION hotel. A twist on the coaxing, cajoling tradition of interviewing prevalent in art and fashion journalism, our 'In Your Face' interview series pits interviewer against interviewee in a collection of confrontational conversations. With subjects drawn from the worlds of art, fashion and celebrity this series pushes the boundaries of a typical interview into a one-on-one face off.