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EXHIBITION: Kurt Jackson 'The Fonthill Brook'

11 January – 16 February 2020
CHARITY PREVIEW: Friday 10 January 
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TALK & TOUR: with Kurt Jackson, Saturday 11 January, 11am  SOLD OUT

Pre-order the exhibition catalogue…click here
 

For this exhibition – the second of a two-part show that began at Messums London in December 2019 – Jackson traces the origins of his second river and the northern parts of the Cranborne Chase ecosystem where the River Nadder springs and begins its descent into Salisbury. Following the course of the Fonthill Brook, a mere one-hundred yards from Messums Wiltshire where these paintings will be shown, Jackson has produced a body of work that highlights a place of coincidence, crossed paths, rediscovery and return, and reveal ‘a glorious nature-filled watercourse, [and] a fragile precious habitat that deserves our continuing respect.’...read more

Location: Messums London
EXHIBITION: Laurence Edwards 'Doncaster Miners: Portraits of a Mining Community'

15 January – 15 February 2020
PREVIEW: Tuesday 14 January 
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In 2018 Laurence Edwards was awarded a commission by the City of Doncaster for a sculptural installation celebrating and remembering the lives of those who had lived and worked in the pits around Doncaster. Edwards decided to sculpt 40 portraits of former miners to be installed in the city centre. Sculpted from life in two-hour sittings, the portraits are beautifully modelled; affectionate yet sincere and as much a product of the conversations and relationship between Laurence and his sitters as pure observation...read more
 
Location: Messums London
EXHIBITION: Norman Ackroyd 'Images of the North'

15 January – 15 February 2020
PREVIEW: Wednesday 15 January, 2-3pm  
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An exhibition of pictures by one of the most distinguished observers of the British landscape, Norman Ackroyd, will be on show at Messums in London throughout January. Twenty-two aquatints and etchings of the Yorkshire countryside – from the snowy plains of the dales to the shadowy presence of Whitby Abbey – will reveal the majesty not only of the landscape of the North but of Ackroyd’s technical skill.
After leaving the family home in Hunslet, Leeds, to take up a place at the Royal College of Art in 1961, Ackroyd has built a reputation as one of Britain’s most highly regarded printmakers...
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Location: Messums London
EXHIBITION: Gommie

8 - 15 February
PREVIEW: 8 February 
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Gommie started to make these pictures during one of the lowest ebbs of his life a couple of years ago when, with no permanent address, no studio and only a tent to sleep in, he felt compelled to start walking. Hitching a lift from a friend to Dover he set off for the north of England but as he walked he started jotting down notes about his encounters with the people he met and noted their comments on the Ordnance Survey maps he was using to navigate his way.
Last October Gommie won the Saatchi Art Prize for best newcomer and his work is now within the Soho House Collection...
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Location: Messums London
EXHIBITION: Korean Ceramics
 
19 February – 14 March 2020
PREVIEW: Tuesday 18 February, 6pm  RSVP

"Perhaps time is the single most important determinant in how we understand ceramic. It isn’t just that the discipline has a dauntingly deep and pervasive history - we are aware of fired clay objects from as early as 29,000 BCE." Paul Greenhalgh, director, Sainsbury Centre.
Leading ceramics expert Paul Greenhalgh takes us back to where it all began, introducing two of the biggest names in Korean ceramics working today for their debut in London, as part of our focus on Ceramic across both London and Wiltshire venues...
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Location: Messums Wiltshire
EXHIBITION: Beyond the Vessel

22 February - 12 April
PREVIEW: Friday 21 February
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A major exhibition of international contemporary sculpture at Messums Wiltshire will highlight a new school of European artists using clay to comment on contemporary issues from pollution to war.
The astonishing range of techniques used to create the works are powerful reminders of the enduring importance of the handmade in art as well as the stories that underpin European identity. This exhibition, the first iteration of which was held at The Koç Foundation in Istanbul as part of the 2019 Biennale...
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Location: Messums Wiltshire
EMERGING TALENTS EXHIBITION: Max Wade 'Wind for the Sails'

22 February - 15 March

Artist Max Wade is originally from Somerset but lives and works in London. Messums Wiltshire is delighted to present a body of his new paintings as part of Emerging Talents series this spring.

Each of Max’s paintings start from drawings and are rooted in the reality of forms, motifs and compositions that are influenced by sketches of his travels and day-to-day life...
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Location: Messums Wiltshire
EXHIBITION: Michael Flynn Ceramics

22 February - 15 March
PREVIEW: 21 February 
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Michael Flynn is one of Britain’s most remarkable sculptors working in clay today and godfather of a new movement of figurative, ceramic narrative art sweeping Europe that Messums Wiltshire has been proud to celebrate. His works are modelled on the kind of courtly figurines made in the 18th century by Wedgwood and Meissen but subverted, presenting them wrestling, jumping, hanging upside down and in displays of orgiastic candour. His work is in 40 major collections worldwide including the Museum of Art and Design in New York and The Victoria and Albert Museum...read more
Location: Messums London
EMERGING TALENTS EXHIBITION: Francesco Poiana

3 – 14 March

Born in Faedis near Trieste, Francesco Poiana attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome and then the celebrated Albicocca fine art printing workshop in Udine before studying for a Masters degree at St Martin’s College of Art in London where he graduated last year. 
The prints in this show feature man at a crossroads as well as boats and other visual metaphors for life’s endings and beginnings. These are poetry in physical form, fragments from a mind less ordinary...
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LAST CHANCE TO SEE

 
Christmas Opening Hours at Messums Wiltshire

Galleries, Shop & Restaurant are open until Sunday 22 December
Closed 23 – 26 December
Open 27, 28 & 29 December
Closed 30 December – 1 January
Open as usual from 2 January

 
As seen in The Telegraph

EXHIBITION: Bruce Munro 'Time and Place',
AFTER DARK: Wednesdays & Saturdays, 
New tickets released 
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Gallery and grounds are also open Wednesdays - Saturdays 10am - 5pm and Sundays 10am - 4pm

This exhibition includes a version of Bruce’s most iconic work. Moon Blooms I and Moon Blooms II are two fields of glowing stems sited amongst the grass. The tithe barn is filled with light, colour and sound by the epic sight specific installation 'C-Scales' as well as smaller works including his 2D pieces which are exclusive to Messums Wiltshire...read more
 
As seen in The Times

EXHIBITION: Dante Marioni 'Twelve Iconic Works in Glass'

Until 5 January 2020

Messums Wiltshire is delighted to welcome the return of pioneering glass artist Dante Marioni to our Long Gallery this December, with a presentation of twelve new and iconic works. As the world’s leading reticello and cane work glass artist.
This exhibition celebrates Marioni’s mastery of his material...
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EXHIBITION: Papunya Tula Artists
Paintings and Woodblocks from the Western Australian Desert

until 5 January 2020

This body of unique works – never previously shown outside of Australia – features paintings and woodcuts by some of the leading artists of the Papunya Tula Artists. Works by the group are held in the collections of major public institutions globally including the British Museum...read more


EXHIBITION: Tuesday Riddell 'Under the Canopy'
 

Following the success of her first solo exhibition at Messums London this summer, we are delighted to offer the latest works by Tuesday Riddell in a selling exhibition at Messums Wiltshire this Christmas...read more

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