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Don McCullin: The Stillness of Life
At home in Somerset, Sir Don McCullin CBE talks about photographing the landscape ahead of his exhibition ‘The Stillness of Life’ at Hauser &...
Diana Widmaier Picasso on Louise Bourgeois
Inside the last home and studio of Louise Bourgeois, former studio assistant to the artist Jerry Gorovoy speaks to art historian Diana Widmaier...
Making ‘The Hikers’: Rashid Johnson Breaks New Ground
‘My tool box is all I have. You know, I only have the tools that I brought with me, so I'm going to continue to use them. And when I add another...
Maria Lassnig: Portrait of the Artist
‘The rhythm of painting should be like gasps of breath when life chokes us’, Maria Lassnig wrote in 1951, when her artwork was beginning to forge...
Philip Guston, Newly Discovered 1971 Footage
Never-before-seen footage of Philip Guston in 1971 with poet friend Clark Coolidge by documentary filmmaker Michael Blackwood is being shown for...
Amy Sherald: In the Studio
On the occasion of her first exhibition with the gallery, we visited Amy Sherald in her studio as she put finishing touches on eight new...
Mark Bradford: Cerberus
Inside his Los Angeles studio, Mark Bradford talks mythology, the civil rights movement and the urban jungle in his latest paintings, ahead of his...
Achille Mauri on Fabio Mauri and the Post-War Italian Avant-Garde
At home in Milan, Achille Mauri, brother of Fabio Mauri, traces the cultural scenes of post-war Rome and Milan, a time when these two cities were...
Charles Gaines: Evidencing Reality
Over the past four decades, Charles Gaines, noted American conceptual artist, faculty member at CalArts, musician, writer, and recipient of the...
Arp: Master of 20th Century Sculpture
Over a period of more than sixty years, Arp produced an extraordinarily influential body of work that shifts fluidly between abstraction and...
Pipilotti Rist: Freeing the Wonderlight
‘This is a room where people are invited to lay down and relax, to discover how they perceive differently.’ Swiss artist Pipilotti Rist leads us...
Nicolas Party: In the Studio
Born in Lausanne in 1980, Nicolas Party is a figurative painter who has achieved critical admiration for bold and otherworldly landscapes,...
Louise Bourgeois & Pablo Picasso: Anatomies of Desire
Exhibition curator Marie-Laure Bernadac and Jerry Gorovoy of The Easton Foundation introduce ‘Louise Bourgeois & Pablo Picasso: Anatomies of...
Ursula Hauser: Unconscious Landscape
Inside her home and collection in Switzerland, Ursula Hauser reflects on the impulses behind her extraordinary art collection with her daughter...
Cecilia Alemani on Guillermo Kuitca
Over four decades, Guillermo Kuitca has developed a unique painting language that masterfully oscillates between representation and abstraction....
László Moholy-Nagy: Proto-Conceptual Artist
Coinciding with the Bauhaus centenary, Hattula Moholy-Nagy and Daniel Hug, the daughter and grandson of László Moholy-Nagy, consider the lasting...
Chillida Leku: Home of Eduardo Chillida
The Chillida Leku project began in 1983 when Chillida and his wife, Pilar Belzunce, purchased the Zabalaga estate. However, the idea had been...
Rita Ackermann: New Paintings
The opposing impulses of creation and destruction mark the touchstone of the Hungarian-born, New York-based artist Rita Ackermann’s practice,...
Zhang Enli: Shanghai Memories
Zhang Enli’s work is in dialogue with the light and layered qualities of traditional Chinese brush painting, and at the same time incorporates...
Stefan Brüggemann: Text and Message
‘For me, text has always been the central part of the work. From the text, the whole work resonates.’
Matthew Day Jackson: Pathetic Fallacy
Born in Panorama City, California, in 1974 and currently living and working on the East Coast, Matthew Day Jackson's art grapples with big ideas...
New Phyllida Barlow Exhibition and Documentary at Royal Academy
‘I want the work to be traversed in a way that your memory of it is tested, so that you keep forgetting what you’ve seen. I think that is the...
Geta Brătescu: The Gesture, the Drawing
'To me, drawing is not simply a profession; it is the release of an intrinsic, structural energy, a joy.’ One of the first representatives of...
Architectural Drawing Summer School
Hauser & Wirth Somerset is proud to continue its support of the Architectural Drawing Summer School. Now in its third year, this innovative course...
Luchita Hurtado: A Tree is a Relative
Born in Maiquetía, Venezuela, in 1920, Luchita Hurtado has dedicated seventy years of her painting and drawing practice to the investigation of...
Max Bill and Georges Vantongerloo: A Lasting Friendship
Despite maintaining entirely distinct artistic practices, Max Bill and Georges Vantongerloo were bound together in their desire to forge new...
Simone Rocha on Louise Bourgeois
Fashion designer Simone Rocha reflects on the work of Louise Bourgeois ahead of the inaugural exhibition at Hauser & Wirth St. Moritz, ‘Louise...
Anna Maria Maiolino on Poetic Wanderings
For over five decades, Anna Maria Maiolino has drawn from her personal history as an artist, migrant, and mother, to produce works that...
‘The thing that is so striking about Calder is how misunderstood he is. That is what this show is about.’ Alexander S. C. Rower, president of the...
Martin Creed: Things that Don’t Add Up
‘The field that is known as art, is one of the rare fields where people can do crazy things.’ Martin Creed talks about art’s inherent ability to...
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