Jim Ede, the founder of Kettle's Yard, had been the first modern art curator at the Tate through the â20s and into the â30s. This display reflects several of the friendships he formed with artists during that time, including Brancusi, Ben Nicholson, Gabo, Miró and David Jones, as well as his acquisition of the estate of the French sculptor Henri Gaudier-Brzeska. It also looks to the present, with new works made especially by Edmund de Waal and Gary Woodley, and to the future, with Jamie Fobert's architectural designs for a new education centre to complete the site.
Kettle's Yard at Tate Britain marks the national launch of the Kettle's Yard Development Appeal.
The display is in gallery 23, just off the Duveen Galleries, on the right if coming from the Millbank Entrance. See also the new virtual tour of the house in the reading area.
Tate Britain, Millbank, London SW1P 4RG,
tel 020 7887 8888, www.tate.org.uk, nearest tube: Pimlico.
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