To celebrate the world’s greatest cycle race, we are hosting a weekend of wheelie good cycletastic fun and you’re all invited! Get on your bike and come down Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 July to take part in our spoketacular activities.
Our current exhibition at The Hepworth Wakefield, Franz West: Where is my Eight? has filled our gallery spaces with large-scale installation pieces. Did you know that Franz West’s art is fundamentally participatory and seeks to engage the viewer within it either by wearing the artworks or by sitting on them and having discussions? On your visit you might see a fellow visitor get involved with one of his Adaptives, or maybe you’d like to try yourself?
In anticipation for the opening of exhibition Franz West: Where is my Eight? I have been carrying out research on the artist and his practise. Throughout the exhibition I am going to share what I have learnt and what I find most interesting about Franz West. Keep your eye on The Hepworth Wakefield blog to find out more including West’s fascination with ‘the squiggle’ and his interactive artworks, the Adaptives.