Kettle’s Yard, where the light of the day is your guide, and no two days are the same.
Once the home of Tate curator Jim Ede and his wife Helen, Kettle’s Yard is more than a house or an exhibition space; it’s a home for art and light, a space for thought, and a masterpiece of curational juxtaposition.
It was good to be back, and this time with a small group of photographers in tow! The team at Kettle’s Yard very kindly hosted a special Shutter Hub Meet Up where the photographers were given private access and guided through the house as the last of the low summer sun filtered through the windows. What an absolute treat.
Visit kettlesyard.co.uk to find out more about the house and changing exhibition programme, as well as the lovely cafe and one of the best museum shops in the world (don’t just take my word for it, the Financial Times says it too!)
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