NewArtCentre Sculpture Park and Gallery

The New Art Centre was founded in 1958. The original gallery was located in Sloane Street, London. In 1994 it was relocated to Roche Court in Wiltshire, a nineteenth-century house in parkland. The existing house and Orangery were built in 1804. Together with the grounds, Roche Court is now used as a sculpture park and educational centre where work is shown inside and out providing a survey of sculpture for the enjoyment of the public. The New Art Centre represents various artists' estates including Barbara Hepworth, Kenneth Armitage and Ian Stephenson. The gallery is the venue for a changing programme of exhibitions.

Venue Type:

Gallery

Opening hours

11:00-16:00 daily, all year round.

Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.

GROUNDWORK

  • 1 August — 27 September 2015

A group exhibition curated by Holly Willats (Art Licks) and Alma Zevi (Independent Curator). Presenting five early-career, UK-based artists who are responding to Land Art in new and surprising ways: Miriam Austin, Rob Chavasse, Freddy Dewe Mathews, Tom Lovelace, David Murphy.

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Website

http://sculpture.uk.com/exhibitions/forthcoming/

Nathan Coley

  • 3 October — 15 November 2015

Nathan Coley's first exhibition at Roche Court, comprising newly commissioned works for the gallery and the park, including sculpture and a text piece he is planning for the entrance to Roche Court. In his work, Coley explores a curiosity for the ways in which we relate to public spaces and architecture. He is also interested in what we believe.

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Website

http://sculpture.uk.com/exhibitions/forthcoming/

NewArtCentre Sculpture Park and Gallery
Roche Court
East Winterslow
Salisbury
Wiltshire
SP5 1BG
England

Website

www.sculpture.uk.com

E-mail

nac@sculpture.uk.com

Telephone

01980 862244

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