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The Swiss-owned commercial art gallery Hauser & Wirth opened their Somerset outpost in 2014. On the outskirts of Bruton, the Grade II listed farm buildings of Durslade Farm, including a Farmhouse, Stables, Cow Sheds, Piggery and Threshing Barn, were transformed into the multipurpose art centre by parisian architects Laplace. In addition to the five galleries that showcase a varied contemporary art programme throughout the year exhibiting heavyweights like Franz West, John Chamberlain and Jenny Holzer, Hauser & Wirth Somerset can boast one of the prettiest perennial meadows designed by the renowned landscape designer, Piet Oudolf, which has now become the home of the Radić Pavilion (Serpentine Gallery 2014 Pavilion). To compliment your art experience is the gallery’s restaurant Roth Bar & Grill that offer delicious seasonal fare from the gallery’s working farm or sourced locally.
Durslade Farm, Dropping Lane
|Price:||Gallery & Garden Mar-Oct 10am-5pm; Nov-Feb 10am-4pm; Roth Bar & Grill Mar-Oct 9am-5pm; Nov-Feb 9am-4pm|
|Opening hours:||01749 814 060|
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