Hot on the heels of his solo show at Exeter’s RAMM, Volkhardt Müller has an exhibition – Mandate From the Honest Hard-Working People – at Taunton’s Brewhouse Gallery.
Many moons ago, Volkhardt had a residency at the Brewhouse, and is returning to the venue to continue his ‘reflective, witty and fascinating chronicles of contemporary public life’.
Using objects, prints and video this exhibition includes Any High Street and offers the public an opportunity to engage and participate with a growing work of art.
Volkhardt will be at the Brewhouse interacting with the public to produce and sell small-scale woodcuts (prices start from £5) on Saturday, October 20 and Saturday, November 3.
On Wednesday, November 7 at 6pm, Volkhardt will give an Artist Talk session in the gallery.
The exhibition continues until Saturday, November 17.
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