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Last entry to the House is at 4.30pm

Please note that our galleries will be closed on
Sunday 16 September 2018
Sunday 23 September 2018
Sunday 30 September 2018
Tuesday 2 October 2018
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22 May 2018 – 27 August 2018

Devised for the new galleries and spaces at Kettle’s Yard, ‘SUBJECT’ highlights many of Antony Gormley’s interests, including how sculpture can activate both the space that it occupies and the body of the viewer. The exhibition offers a series of physical and metaphysical encounters, exploring our relationship to space and our sense of self.

‘SUBJECT’ will encompass both galleries, the Learning Studio and the Research Space. The exhibition includes the first in a new series of works, Subject (2018), from which the title of the show derives, and the first UK showing of Infinite Cube II (2018), made of one-way mirror glass and 1,000 LED lights.

Throughout the exhibition, there will be screenings of the BBC Imagine documentary, ‘Antony Gormley: Being Human’. Screenings will take place Thursday – Sunday only at 11.10am, 12.20pm, 1.30pm, 2.40pm and 3.50pm.

One of the works, Slip, is hanging in our Clore Learning Studio. The best place to view Slip is from outside the building through the windows on Castle Street. When possible, the Clore Learning Studio will be open to visitors 11am – 5pm, Tuesday – Sunday.

This is a working studio where we carry out public and private learning events and workshops. During private events the Learning Studio will be closed to the public and due to the nature of some of these events, the blinds may be closed. Most of Slip will not be available to view during these short, temporary periods. Please call ahead or email to ask about accessing Slip on the day of your visit.

The exhibition is accompanied by a new publication.

Image credits

Antony Gormley, ‘EDGE III’, 2012, Courtesy Galleria Continua, Photograph by Oak Taylor-Smith © the artist