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Yozo Hiroyama : The Circle of Twelve

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This November and December we are delighted to welcome Yozo Hiroyama – with his installation of ‘The Circle of Twelve’ in the Folly Garden.

Hiroyama’s installation explores the seasons, months and combinations of twelve.

There will be a private viewing is to launch his installation which is open to Friends on Saturday 22 November at 2pm. We will be serving mulled cider and mince pies, please RSVP to info@charleston.org.uk to let us know if you wish to attend.

The installation can be viewed via the Charleston Cafe, which is open Wednesday to Sunday, 11am to 4pm until 21 December.

To join or give the gift of a Friend of Charleston – find out more here

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