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Eduardo Chillida: Hauser & Wirth Somerset

One of the foremost Spanish sculptors of the twentieth century, Eduardo Chillida is widely celebrated for his monumental sculptures and enduring fascination with interconnected shape, space and organic form. Hauser […]

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Thomas J Price. Thoughts Unseen

Hauser & Wirth Dropping Lane, Bruton

The artist’s inaugural exhibition with Hauser & Wirth in Somerset, presents two decades of conceptual enquiry spanning film, early sculpture, and the artist’s largest figurative bronze to date. His personal […]

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Batcombe Film Society presents ‘The Divine Order’, a film by Petra Volpe

Batcombe Jubilee Hall Batcombe

witzerland, 1971: Nora is a young housewife and mother who lives with her husband, their two sons and her father-in-law in a little village. Here, in the Swiss countryside, little or nothing is felt of the huge social upheavals that the movement of May 1968 has caused. Nora's life, too, has been unaffected; she is a retiring, quiet person, well liked by everyone - until she begins to campaign publicly and pugnaciously for women's right to vote, an issue that will be put before the male voters on February 7th, 1971

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