International Curatorial Residency Symposium, Hauser & Wirth Somerset, 2023. Video: Lee Pretious
Hauser & Wirth Somerset’s fourth International Curatorial Residency Symposium explored ‘Residencies for the 21st Century’ with a panel of global artists and curators from Italy, Japan, Mexico and the UK.
This resource has been produced to accompany the exhibition ‘Rodney Graham. Getting it Together in the Country’ at Hauser & Wirth Somerset from 28 January – 8 May 2023. In dialogue with the rural gallery setting, the exhibition focuses on Rodney Graham’s major late body of work, The Four Seasons, created between 2011 and 2013.
Calculating our emissions has been one of our first actions. By better understanding our impacts we have been able to manage them more effectively. Our scope 1 and 2 (energy and fuel) and our scope 3 (flights, freight, exhibition construction and other) emissions are independently audited by ERM. Based on these metrics our reductions are directed by a comprehensive strategy across our galleries.
‘Retell Again and Again’, Bristol Old Vic Youth Theatre Summer School Performance, Hauser & Wirth Somerset, 2023
‘The Adventures of the Wilderness People,’ Bristol Old Vic Youth Theatre Summer School, Hauser & Wirth Somerset, 2022
On the occasion of his online exhibition ‘Stream’, this ‘Family Saturday at Home’ is inspired by artist Takesada Matsutani. Take part in our popular Family Saturdays from the comfort of home with a series of creative, hands-on activities to enjoy together with your children. These are aimed at 6+ but can be easily adapted and guided for younger children.
To celebrate the exhibition ‘Henry Moore. Tapestries’, Hauser & Wirth invited Mary Moore—the only child of the British artist and textile enthusiast Edith Cheung to discuss the creation of the tapestries.
Zoom – 2 Mar 2021
Zoom — 9 Oct 2020
A live virtual exhibition walkthrough on Zoom with curator Giorgia von Albertini and Duchamp and Manzoni specialist Marco Senaldi, on the occasion of the exhibition ‘Seeing Touch’ currently on view at Hauser & Wirth St. Moritz.
Pre-booking is essential for all learning group visits. To enquire about a learning group visit, please email firstname.lastname@example.org at least three weeks in advance of your proposed visit and we will send you the relevant booking form. We welcome learning groups at the gallery Tuesday – Friday.
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