Hobson’s Choice – Richard Prince at Sadie Coles
This is a great show which offers much food for thought, not least of all of the enduring relevance of the representation of the female form in art and society – but visit soon, as the show closes in a week!
As part of our continuing Artist to Watch series we are pleased to introduce you this month to the practice of British artist Sarah Pickstone.
CAS Recommends eight public or non-profit exhibitions in the UK this March.
Hobson’s Choice – Paul Chiappe at Carslaw St* Lukes
Paul Chiappe’s meticulous drawings are so painstakingly produced it has taken him more than a year to produce the eight small drawings that are currently on display at Carslaw St* Lukes.
Hobson’s Choice – Anna Parkina at Wilkinson Gallery
Young Russian artist Anna Parkina has attracted international critical attention for her collages which mix photography, drawing and text and usually incorporate bold geometric forms and colours.
The Contemporary Art Society are working with Southwark Council to oversee the commission of a new artwork for Dulwich Park.
The Contemporary Art Society are working with Southwark Council to oversee the commission of a new artwork for Dulwich Park following the theft of the Barbara Hepworth sculpture from the park in 2011.
Hobson’s Choice – Peles Empire, FORMATION, at Cell Project Space
Cell Project Space is currently showing a striking new body of work by Peles Empire. Founded in 2005, Peles Empire is a collaboration by Katharina Stoever and Barbara Wolff.
Hobson’s Choice – Fiona Rae at Timothy Taylor Gallery
Fiona Rae’s new paintings at Timothy Taylor are well worth a visit if you have not yet been. To my mind, some of the strongest work in recent years by a highly influential painter.
As part of our continuing Artist to Watch series, we are pleased to introduce you this month to the practice of British artist, Ed Atkins.
Hobson’s Choice – John Kørner at Victoria Miro Gallery
Victoria Miro gallery is currently showing an exhibition of new works by the Danish artist John Kørner, called Fallen Fruit From Frisland.
CAS Recommends ten public or non-profit exhibitions in the UK this February