The Duke and Duchess of Devonshire view Marc Quinn's sculpture of a baby entitled Planet / photo: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Beyond Limits, an exhibition of sculpture in the gardens of Chatsworth House in Derbyshire (England), brings together the work of 20 modern artists including Marc Quinn and Salvador Dali. The annual exhibition is organised in association with Sotheby's and is open to the public until the 2d of November.. Take a walk around ...

Beyond Limits -
the exhibition is on view to all garden visitors, until 2 Nov 2008
   Chatsworth and Sotheby’s are delighted to announce the third selling exhibition of modern and contemporary sculpture in the beautiful Chatsworth garden, on display until 2 November 2008.
Sitting Couple by Lynn Chadwick, part of the third exhibition in the beautiful Chatsworth garden
   In its first 2 years, this critically acclaimed exhibition has drawn large and appreciative audiences, to enjoy superb art in the unique setting of the garden at Chatsworth. Beyond Limits is therefore an extraordinary opportunity for visitors of all ages to explore world class sculpture in a monumental open-air setting. Damien Hirst, Antony Gormley, Salvador Dali and Henry Moore are among the artists whose work, displayed in previous years, has made    Beyond Limits an event not to be missed.
   More than 20 works are on display, included in normal garden admission, making this one of the country's most eagerly awaited annual art shows. As a record of this exhibition, there will be a beautiful catalogue available for purchase in the Chatsworth shops.
   The garden at Chatsworth is also home to a growing permanent collection of contemporary sculptures, including a new, site specific installation by Allen Jones, and a new work by David Nash, due for completion in September this year.

loris by Zaha Hadid / photo: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Salvador Dali's Femme en Flamme with Jaume Plensa's House of Knowledge in the background / photo: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Horse by Fernando Botero, one of 20 modern sculptures standing in the 105-acre garden / photo: Unassigned

The garden at Chatsworth has always been a showcase for important sculptures, from Roman altars to statues by leading contemporary artists. Pomme de New York 2006 by Claude Lalanne / photo: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

At last year's exhibition, almost all 22 pieces found a buyer. Innerscape on the Move by Zadok Ben-David / photo: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Beyond Limits in the gardens of Chatsworth House

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