Exhibition

Peggy Guggenheim: Petersfield to Palazzo

15 June - 5 October 2024

Explore the fascinating life of self-proclaimed 'art addict' Peggy Guggenheim, who lived near Petersfield before buying a palazzo in Venice, now home to her eponymous museum

Discover the lesser-known connection between the Guggenheim name and a historic market town in Hampshire, shedding light on world-famous 20th-century patron and collector of modern art Peggy Guggenheim's five-year residency at Yew Tree Cottage near Petersfield.

The exhibition will feature a curated collection of artworks once owned by the renowned art patron, including pieces by Henry Moore, Yves Tanguy, Max Ernst, Jean Arp, and John Tunnard. The exhibition seeks to explore Guggenheim's diverse art collection and provide insight into her intriguing life.

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