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Sotheby's at Chatsworth: A Selling Exhibition of Monumental Sculpture Announced
Barry Flanagan, Large Left-Handed Drummer (2006), bronze, 490 cm. Photo: Sotheby's.


LONDON.- Sotheby's will present Beyond Limits, the company’s annual selling exhibition of monumental sculpture, to be staged within the historic grounds of the ancestral home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire at Chatsworth. This magnificent location provides a unique platform for the presentation and sale of monumental sculpture and this year’s show will present an array of bright and bold sculptures in a wide range of media by artists from across the globe, including many sculptors represented for the first time.

The 2011 show – now in its sixth year running – returns to Derbyshire this autumn, opening to the public on September 16th, 2011 and will run until October 30th, 2011.

Following the popularity and huge success of past Beyond Limits shows, this year’s installment is set to be another inspiring and engaging event. It will showcase installations by artists whose works have never before been included, names such as Fernand Léger, René Magritte, Nadim Karam, Takashi Murakami and William Turnbull, as well as more familiar names from past years, for example Marc Quinn, Ju Ming, Zadok Ben-David, Jedd Novatt, Jaume Plensa and Barry Flanagan.

The sculptures included in the Beyond Limits exhibition are available for purchase by private sale and are currently in the process of being installed, with new works arriving and being placed in to position on a weekly – and sometimes daily – basis.

How to get to Chatsworth, Derbyshire, DE45 1PP: Turn off the M1 at junction 29 towards Chesterfield and follow the brown signs for Chatsworth House.





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