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Pip & Pop at Kew Gardens

  • Art
  • Kew Gardens, Kew
Pip & Pop at Kew Gardens
Kew Gardens
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Time Out says

From May, Kew Gardens is inviting you to fully indulge your sweet tooth without upsetting your dentist. Australian artist Tanya Schultz, who works as Pip & Pop, will be presenting her debut London exhibition at the on-site Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art. Using candy-coloured materials including sugar, modelling clay and sweets, Schultz creates eye-popping immersive installations that explore themes such as consumption, wish fulfilment and abundance.

As the impact of climate change weighs heavily on our future, I hope to create a new artwork that is optimistic and allows us to imagine a better world,’ Schultz says. ‘It will be a visual feast of colour and sweetness, enticing and appealing, yet with serious ideas beneath it.’

Details

Address:
Kew Gardens
Royal Botanic Gardens
London
TW9 3AB
Transport:
Tube: Kew Gardens/Kew Bridge rail
Price:
Free, with entry to Kew Gardens

Dates and times

Kew Gardens Free, with entry to Kew Gardens
Kew Gardens Free, with entry to Kew Gardens
Kew Gardens Free, with entry to Kew Gardens
Kew Gardens Free, with entry to Kew Gardens
Kew Gardens Free, with entry to Kew Gardens
Kew Gardens Free, with entry to Kew Gardens
Kew Gardens Free, with entry to Kew Gardens
Kew Gardens Free, with entry to Kew Gardens
Kew Gardens Free, with entry to Kew Gardens
Kew Gardens Free, with entry to Kew Gardens
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