A new space dedicated to contemporary British sculpture opens in Percy Street in central London on 28 May, with interiors designed by Pentagram partner Daniel Weil (pictured). The gallery is run by Sculpture at Goodwood, which launched in Sussex in 1994, and is set to be a ‘creative laboratory for artists, architects and designers’, according to a spokesman. The opening show will feature artist Marc Quinn’s drawings, photographs and models of his 12-metre-high steel orchid. Planned future exhibitions include a show by Thomas Heatherwick and a large-scale installation by architect Zaha Hadid.
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