• Bruce Munro opens first mid-Atlantic US exhibition at Hermitage Museum and Gardens, Norfolk, VA

    12th October 2014 – 10th January 2015 Hermitage Logo

    Munro’s fourth solo US exhibition opens on 12 October through January 10 2015 at Hermitage Museum and Gardens, Norfolk, Virginia from October 2014.

    Inspired by Hermitage’s unique location by the sea, the exhibition is a ten piece collection of works, three of which will have be shown for the first time in the US.

    Two of the artworks Wave and Lighthouse were created specifically by Munro in response to the unique land and seascapes surrounding the Museum and Gardens.  Munro’s iconic installations Field of Light and Water-Towers have been re-imagined for the unique spaces offered by the Hermitage.

    The Museum and Gardens will also debut Ferryman’s Crossing II in the Mansion,  Munro’s recent exploration onto language and light.

    Light Shower, an interior artwork and permanent acquisition will be hung in the entrance hall to the mansion.

    Information on how to visit the exhibition can be found here 

    Light at Hermitage by Bruce Munro

    Light at Hermitage by Bruce Munro

  • Edinburgh city centre to be transformed by Bruce Munro exhibition

    Field of Light, by Bruce Munro, will make its debut appearance in Scotland next month. His iconic optical fibre based installation will be exhibited within Edinburgh’s St Andrew Square from 3 February to 27 April 2014.

    This is the first time Field of Light has been exhibited in an urban context, the piece has been conceived to create an immersive experience, inviting people to wander through St Andrew Square along the existing pathways and view the space in a new way.

    Of the opportunity to present his artwork within Edinburgh, Munro said: “The Field of Light is a bit of a chameleon in that the space changes the work more than the work changes the space. This is an added bonus for me because each new iteration we create delivers new surprises and gives one the distinct feeling that there is life force pulsating within the installation”.

    The exhibition, which is free to view, is being funded by the City of Edinburgh Council with support from Marketing Edinburgh and Essential Edinburgh.

    For more information visit the City of Edinburgh Council website.

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  • Solo exhibition of large-scale exterior works by Bruce Munro opens at Waddesdon Manor

    Winter Light at Waddesdon: Bruce Munro

     13 November 2013 – 1 January 2014

    From Wednesday 13th November the grounds of Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire will be transformed by six site-specific light-based artworks by Bruce Munro.

    The exhibition includes existing artworks such as Water-Towers and Tepees with the gently sloping topography of Waddesdon’s wild flower valley providing the inspiration for River of Light a new presentation of his acclaimed installation Field of Light. Munro has also created two new pieces specifically for Waddesdon.

    This exhibition constitutes Munro’s third project for Waddesdon and forms part of the Manor’s on-going commitment to collaborating with contemporary artists as part of a wider contemporary arts programme.

    A short film of the exhibition can be watched here