Hobson’s Choice – John Skoog at Pilar Corrias Gallery
John Skoog is a young Swedish artist based in Frankfurt who is currently showing two moving image works at Pilar Corrias Gallery just north of Oxford Street.
Hobson’s Choice – Madge Gill & Paul Johnson at the Nunnery Gallery
Paul Johnson is currently showing a very nice body of works at the Nunnery Gallery, Bow Arts Trust in response to materials held in the London Borough of Newham’s Heritage and Archive Service by artist Madge Gill (1882 – 1961).
CAS Recommends – December 2012
CAS Recommends ten public or non-profit exhibitions in the UK
Hobson’s Choice – Josiah McElheny, Interactions of the Abstract Body, at White Cube
Visiting galleries with some friends last weekend, we enjoyed an interesting show at White Cube Mason’s Yard in St James by American artist, Josiah McElheny.
Hobson’s Choice – Bernd Ribbeck at Alison Jacques Gallery
Alison Jacques gallery in Fitzrovia is currently showing a very nice group of new works by German artist, Bernd Ribbeck.
Hobson’s Choice: Alexandra Bircken at Herald St, London
Alexandra Bircken is an artist who has attracted interest for her sculptures and installations that combine knitted elements with organic and lowly materials.
Press Release: Rising star Oliver Laric scoops Contemporary Art Society’s prestigious £60,000 Annual Award 2012 with The Collection and Usher Gallery, Lincoln
The Contemporary Art Society is delighted to announce that this year’s Annual Award, Commission to Collect, which offers one of the largest sums of money of any contemporary art prize in the UK, has been awarded to The Collection and Usher Gallery, Lincoln, with artist Oliver Laric. Laric saw off strong competition from emerging artists Juliette Blightman and Alice Channer to secure the career-changing award.
Hobson’s Choice: Chris Hipkiss, L.I.E.S., at Ancient & Modern
Chris Hipkiss produced extraordinary figurative drawings ranging in size from miniatures to expansive panoramas.
Hobson’s Choice: Kiki Smith, Behold, at Timothy Taylor Gallery
Kiki Smith is best known for her symbolic depictions of the human form through which she explores ideas from natural science through to cosmology and mythology.