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Artist in Residence Hampton Court Palace 2007-2008

Artist at Hampton Court Palace

2007- 2008

"Hampton Court Palace becomes emblematic of a city as labyrinth, a darkly gothic vision in which the mundane reality of everyday life masks the eternal city that lies beneath."

With the opening of the new The Clore Learning Centre in 2007 Rachel Gadsden was appointed the first contemporary Artist in Residence at Hampton Court Palace (since Holbein). During 2008 Rachel worked from the Wren Studio in the Clore Learning Centre at the Palace, where she undertook a major year long residency contributing to all aspects of the education and outreach programmes at the Palace, and created Unravelling Threads of History a comprehensive solo exhibition presented at the Clore Gallery Hampton Court Palace, November 2008.
Colin Hambrook
Review: "Whispers in the Past" Disability Arts Online
For Further Images Please visit the Hampton Court Palace Gallery.