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Andrew Nairne

Kettle’s Yard (Cambridge, UK), is one of the most inspiring and poetic art spaces in the world. A personal favourite of artists and designers Jeremy Deller, Paul Smith and Jonathan Anderson, the house was designed in the late 1950s by Jim Ede, a curator at the Tate Gallery (1922 -1936) and a friend to many significant artists of the time including Barbara Hepworth, Constantin Brancusi, Henry Moore, Joan Miró, Alfred Wallis, Ben and Winifred Nicholson to name a few. 1,198 more words

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A researcher’s perspective

On the 16thMay we were fortunate to hold our Cambridge Archivists Group meeting in the newly refurbished Kettle’s Yard. The meeting began with presentations from two users of archives, followed by tours of Kettle’s Yard. 579 more words

Kettle's Yard

The new developments at Kettle’s Yard have now been completed and this remarkable gallery is now open to the public again.

The house remains as it always was – a haven of beautiful objects and artworks. 55 more words

Places

Snippets of happiness | spring

Spring has been cold and wet, apart from a few gloriously hot days last month when we abandoned coats and bared our legs in the optimistic hope that summer had arrived early. 425 more words

Seasons

Actions @ Kettle's Yard

‘Actions: The Image of the World Can be Different’ is the debut exhibition launching the new and improved Kettle’s Yard extension, having undergone development for the past two and a half years by architects Jamie Fobert. 379 more words

Exhibitions

Kettle's Yard: Vortex Gaudier-Brzeska

How have I contrived not to visit Kettle’s Yard in Cambridge until now? But we’ll certainly be going back. More Gaudier-Brzeskas than you can manage, almost to the point of fainting, plus some extraordinary David Jones and Christopher Wood, and a whole lot more besides. 395 more words

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Kettle's Yard House

A few weeks ago, Kettle’s Yard reopened after years of renovation. On opening day the queue wrapped around the street corner, proving just how much Cambridge had missed the gallery and house. 687 more words

Inspiration