Our Festival sponsors, National Trust and Blain|Southern, present Anthony Caro at Cliveden, an exhibition celebrating the work of the internationally renowned British sculptor. Curated by Amanda Renshaw, the leading authority on Caro, the exhibition showcases sixteen monumental works within the Grade I listed grounds of Cliveden., The exhibition charts Caro’s career and his distinctive approach to sculpture. Installed along Green Drive, the ensemble of sculptures, including Scorched Flats (1974) and Slow March (1985), accompany visitors on their journey, offering them an opportunity to contemplate the works and their relationship to the surrounding landscape.
Together with the National Trust, we are delighted to be offering an exclusive tour of the exhibition highlights to our Festival guests on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th September. Tours will run during lunchtime, from 12:45-13:45. Spaces are limited to 20 per day so we recommend booking in advance. There is no charge for the tour but a donation to the National Trust can be made at their booth in the Festival Food Marquee.
Please note, the sculpture tour is a walk of approximately1/2 mile, along Green Drive at Cliveden. Transport will be arranged to and from the start and end of the walk, departing from the coach park. It is not suitable for wheelchair users.
To book your place on the tour, click here