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In 2011 Chatsworth opened the New Gallery, a purpose made space for temporary exhibitions. In 2012 a new space in the house was dedicated to display some of the many Old Master Drawings in the Collection on a rotating basis. Our programme of art exhibitions for 2014 is well advanced and includes exhibitions of contemporary sculpture in the gardens.

All exhibitions, unless noted, are included with house and/or garden entry depending on where the exhibition is located.

Michael Craig-Martin at Chatsworth
16 March to 29 June 2014

A major display of contemporary sculpture in the garden with new works made specifically for this exhibition. Inside the house, Michael Craig-Martin brings his own approach to highlighting sculpture from the Devonshire Collection, and selects visually arresting portraits for the Old Master Drawings Cabinet, including drawings by Hans Holbein, Annibale Carracci and Ghirlandaio.

Jacob van der Beugel
16 March onwards

A permanent contemporary ceramic installation in the North Sketch Gallery complemented by displays of historic ceramics from the Devonshire Collection.

Chatsworth in Wartime
4 April to 23 December

This exhibition marks the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War and the 75th anniversary of the outbreak of the Second World War. It uncovers the human cost of offensives such as Gallipoli and what life was like on the Chatsworth estate during two world wars.

Old Master Drawings Cabinet - Conflict in Art
1 July to 7 November

A selection of Old Master Drawings from the Devonshire Collection to complement 'Chatsworth in Wartime', this exhibition includes scenes of historic and mythological battles with works by Raphael, Van Dyck and Mantegna's famous engraving 'Battle of the Sea-gods'.

Beyond Limits sculpture exhibition in the garden
8 September to 26 October 2013

The ninth annual Sotheby's Beyond Limits sculpture exhibition in the garden. Showcasing a selection of more than 20 monumental sculptures by different artists from around the world.