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Viewing To Be Held

What does it mean to be held? Carl Freedman Gallery has teamed up with BMW to bring us “To Be Held”, a major group exhibition curated by London-born multidisciplinary artist Ronan Mckenzie that explores the meaning of being held and the comfort and acceptance that derives from it. With works by 19 artists, 15 from the UK and four from the US, and three furniture designers, the exhibition is rich in the exploration process and displays a varied and immersive experience.

The show celebrates all things comforting, warm, and accepting. From the works of Alfie Kungu and Mario Moore to the furniture designs of Modular by Mensah and Miminat Shodeinde, “To Be Held” takes you on a journey of the senses and encourages you to let go and relax. This exhibition is an opportunity to appreciate incredible works of art and design and connect with our deepest human desires for comfort and acceptance.

So hop on a train to visit the Carl Freedman Gallery and experience “To Be Held” for yourself. The exhibition runs from 30 April to 25 June. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to be held in all senses of the word.

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30 April 2023 — 25 June 2023
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The Wick - Li Hei Di
The Opposite of Black is Red, 2018
Maryland Ins)tute College of Art, Bal)more, ML
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La vague, 1896

Oil on Canvas,
121 x 160.5 cm
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The Wick - The Power of She, Installation Shot
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The Wick - Gary Simmons
Ghost Town Skies
Oil paint and cold wax on canvas
213.4 x 274.3 cm / 84 x 108 in
Photo: Keith Lubow

© Gary Simmons
Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth
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The Wick - Vicomtesse Jacqueline de Ribes and Raymundo de Larrain, New York, Flatbed scan of 105.53.
Scanned for the 2022 Avedon Centennial Exhibition
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