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5 Oct 2019, 10:00 - 26 Jan 2020, 16:00
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Artists presenting work at the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum include:

James Bridle, Lorsen Camps, David Cheeseman, Anna Columbine, Stephen Cornford, Maud Cotter, Katrina Cowling, Paul Crook, Anne Forgan, Dylan Fox, Mona Hatoum, Andrew Jackson, Ioana Marinescu, Adele Mary Reed, Lorna Mills, Alexandra Müller, Mathew Parkin, Parmar & Piper, Matthew Picton, Duncan Poulton, Lis Rhodes, Rafaël Rozendaal, Richard Scott,
Mhairi Vari and Grace Williams.

This exhibition draws together a range of artists across the Herbert’s temporary exhibition spaces and its medieval undercroft building, as well as a series of interventions throughout its collections displays and more transitory common spaces.

Particular highlights include the late David Cheeseman’s last ever sculpture, a new research commission by Grace Williams produced in collaboration with partners at the University of Warwick and a new commission from Katrina Cowling developed in partnership with Pangaea Sculptors’ Centre. Sculpture and video work by international art world heavyweights Mona Hatoum and Lis Rhodes are balanced by Dylan Fox’s playful and political sculptural curtains that deal with transgender identities, and by invocations of the double by artists Lorsen Camps and Paul Crook.

(please note that some installations will be removed when the festival ends on the 24th November)

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Herbert Art Gallery & Museum (CV1 5QP)
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