David Nash at Kew Gardens

The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, has announced that David Nash, one of the UK’s most prolific sculptors, will produce and exhibit his work across Kew Gardens from April 2012 through to April 2013.

The exhibition opened to members of the public in June 2012, with sculptures, installations, drawings and film in various places through out the Gardens, glass houses, as well as the exhibition spaces at Kew. Nash has been working at Kew on a ‘wood quarry’ since April 2012, creating new pieces for the exhibition using trees from the Gardens that have come to the end of their natural life. This ongoing work will form part of the exhibition, with the fruits of his labour on display from October 2012.

For more information see Kews Website

Kew Opening Times: Summer opening hours (until Aug 27 2012) 9.30am-6.30pm daily, until 7.30pm Sat, Sun & Bank Hols (last adm 30 mins before closing; glasshouses, galleries & treetop walkway close 5.30pm)


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