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Her Grace Land at Chatsworth

Chatsworth, BAKEWELL, Derbyshire, DE45 1PP
Her Grace Land | Linder Sterling | Chatsworth

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Chatsworth House
24 March – 21 October 2018 
Entry to house, garden, playground and farm | ​​​​£23

As part of The Grand Tour Season Three, the influential British artist Linder Sterling has been welcomed as the inaugural artist-in-residence at Chatsworth House.

During her residency, Linder has immersed herself in the life of the estate for six months, experiencing the landscape, changing seasons and everyday lives of those who live and work at Chatsworth. She has created a new image bank to provide a resource for future photomontages as a way of taking Chatsworth ‘out into the world’. Other ideas she has explored include: producing incense from the aromatic woods and plants on the estate; creating images on textiles in collaboration with fashion designers; recording oral histories, and using the everyday sounds of the house within musical compositions.


More about The Grand Tour Season Three

This season’s Grand Tour explores artistic process and industrial creation, yet each venue is unique, showing the diversity and cultural richness of the region. Inspired by the grand tours of the 18th century traveller, this modern-day interpretation offers a chance to see extraordinary art collections, great houses and romantic landscapes, fused with some of today’s most exciting contemporary artists. For more information, please click here.

Nottingham Contemporary is hosting a major retrospective of Linder, spanning four decades of her work, from photomontages to costumes. Her work is displayed alongside a constellation of influences, featuring more than 100 works by some 50 practitioners including artists, designers, architects, musicians and photographers.

The Harley Gallery, in collaboration with the British artist Clare Twomey, explore life on the historic Welbeck estate through a series of lithopanes, shedding light on hidden worlds and forgotten processes.

Derby Museum and Art Gallery look back at the region’s industrial history through both historic artifacts and artistic interpretation.

This Grand Tour series builds on the second season in 2017 was a selected retrospective of Simon Starling, including a major painting by Joseph Wright of Derby.

The Grand Tour is a partnership of Nottingham Contemporary, Chatsworth, Derby Museum and Art Gallery and The Harley Gallery, together with Visit Nottinghamshire and Visit Peak District & Derbyshire.

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Her Grace Land at Chatsworth (24 Mar 2018 - 21 Oct 2018)

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