The Education Lab is part of Hauser & Wirth’s global learning platform that runs our projects for individuals, schools, students, special interest groups and families through a series of meaningful partnerships. Located in Menorca, Somerset and Los Angeles, each Education Lab is a collaboration with a local school or university, and aims to instigate a dialogue between art, artists and a diverse audience.
Live from Somerset – Friday 15 July 2022
As part of our ongoing commitment to facilitating dialogue and disseminating information with the global art community, ‘Sustainability In Action’ provided a dynamic platform for action-focused industry collaboration, dialogue and knowledge sharing. The lineup of speakers included artist Pipilotti Rist, Artists Commit; Art/Switch; Art to Acres; Christie’s; ClientEarth; Kate MacGarry; Frances Morris, Tate Modern; Gallery Climate Coalition; Hospital Rooms; KiCulture; Paul Tukey of Glenstone Museum and SUPERFLEX. The day-long conference was a hybrid, digital and in real life event, uniting international arts sustainability networks, hosted by Hauser & Wirth CEO Ewan Venters and chaired by art writer, broadcaster and The Art Newspaper correspondent, Louisa Buck.
Somerset – 10 Jun 2022
We joined curator Hannah Higham of the Henry Moore Foundation, Mary Moore, the artist’s daughter and Neil Wilkin, curator of ‘The World of Stonehenge’ exhibition at the British Museum for a conversation celebrating ‘Henry Moore. Sharing Form.’ Moderated by writer and journalist Alastair Sooke, the talk discusses Moore’s seminal visit to Stonehenge in 1921 and its continued influence, as well as the exhibition’s themes addressing the power of form and our relationship between art and the human experience.
This resource has been produced to accompany the exhibition ‘Henry Moore. Sharing Form’ at Hauser & Wirth Somerset from 28 May – 4 Sep 2022.
London – 24 Mar 2022
On the occasion of the exhibition, ‘Ed Clark. Without a Doubt,’ we hosted a conversation between contemporary painters.
Zoom – 8 April 2022
Johannesburg-based artist William Kentridge, in conversation with Christopher K. Ho, Executive Director of Asia Art Archive, discuss Kentridge’s imagined and real connections to Hong Kong, the importance of forgetting, and the treachery of the proper noun.
Somerset – 8 Mar 2022
‘The world hasn’t mellowed, so why would I?’ New York-based artist Ida Applebroog–now in her 90s–tells Vogue in their February issue.