Hauser and Wirth, Somerset
Yesterday was a brilliantly sunny day and we took the train from London to Bruton in Somerset to visit Hauser and Wirth Gallery. It opened a couple of years ago and I was specifically excited to visit the wildflower gardens designed by the horticulturalist behind New York’s High Line, Piet Oudolf.
The the height of the planting made the site feel much bigger than it was and despite a number of visitors you could wander around feeling quite at peace.
The town of Bruton is superbly beautiful too, we had lunch At the Chapel which also has accommodation, wood-fire pizza and a lovely wine shop. Stellar day!
NB: we saw the Martin Creed show that was on view and while they didn’t allow photography in the exhibition, you can see the install here.