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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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‘Can Science help us Garden Better?’. A Café Scientifique talk by Charles Dowding.

Market House, Castle Cary Castle Cary

Gardening is perhaps the most accessible experimentation that most of us indulge in, But in gardening and in farming the scientific experimental model, where individual variables are isolated and their effect tested in a controlled environment may not be appropriate as there are an infinite number of variables on and between plants in a garden or on a farm. Charles explores how plants themselves might teach us about processes that occur under the soil and asks “Is this science?”.

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