In Bath, the Holburne Museum’s latest exhibition invites you to take a trip back to the 1960s with a tribute to a local businessman – and friend of royalty – who set out to make the art of that time more accessible and affordable to all.
It’s an amazing display – with much kinetic art to dazzle the senses – and a fitting tribute to work done by some of the leading international artists of the day.
Go see for FREE but – if you’re heading down Great Pulteney Street towards the Holburne – you are going the wrong way!
Just had a look at the interview with the Holburne director speaking from the Assembly Rooms. Looks interesting! I remember those Takis traffic signals…
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