Synthetic Landscapes -Reviewing the ‘ideal’ landscape:
a Meadow Arts contemporary art exhibition in two venues
4 June to 3 September 2017 – Weston Park
Weston Park is closed 16-23 August, when it hosts the V Festival
24 June to 3 September 2017 – Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery
Meadow Arts brings a vibrant programme of contemporary art to Weston Park for the first time. Renowned contemporary artists have been invited to explore Weston Park and its history, responding to ‘Capability’ Brown’s grand landscape and James Paine’s architecture with newly commissioned work and a group exhibition.
Pablo Bronstein / Heather & Ivan Morison / David Bethell
Dafna Talmor / Edward Chell / Ged Quinn / Helen Maurer / Hélène Muheim
Julian Opie / Jasleen Kaur / Ryan Gander / Salvatore Arancio
In this corner of the West Midlands, two radically different visions of man-made landscapes collide: on the one hand, the idealised landscaped garden magnificently expressed at Weston, on the other, the emerging industrial landscape. Synthetic Landscapes takes place across two venues, investigating these different ideas; at Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery artist David Bethel examines the birth of the industrial landscape.
Meadow Arts bring unique contemporary art projects to places where art is not usually shown, supporting artists by commissioning new work and creating inspiring events and exhibitions for new audiences.
Tel: 01952 852100
Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery
Tel: 01743 258885