Agnes Denes, Wheatfield – A Confrontation: Battery Park Landfill, Downtown Manhattan – With Agnes Denes Standing in the Field, 1982 © Agnes Denes, courtesy Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, New York.
Friday Dispatch 17 Jan 2014 By teamcas

Agnes Denes at firstsite, Colchester and The Psychotropic House at Guest Projects, London

Friday Dispatch this week is Agnes Denes at firstsite, Colchester and The Psychotropic House at Guest Projects, London.

Kaye Donachie, Together Inseparable, oil on canvas, 60 x 50 cm, 2013,  © the artist, image courtesy the artist and Maureen Paley, London
Friday Dispatch 10 Jan 2014 By teamcas

Kaye Donachie at Maureen Paley and Paul Noble: Past the Future, Tate Britain

Responding to popular demand, here is my first Friday Dispatch: a couple of pointers each week to suggest shows that might otherwise escape your attention. Departing from the previous model, I am…

Moira Innes, Contemporary Art Society's New Collector Development Manager, Yorkshire
News 23 Dec 2013 By teamcas

New Contemporary Art Society North team

Following the departure of Rebecca Morrill in November we are delighted to announce the appointment of two new members of staff for the North team – Matthew Hearn who will be…

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Give the gift of contemporary art to friend, loved one or colleague from only £45! What better Christmas present than a year-long programme of tours, talks and events by international…

Heather Phillipson 'Splashy Phasings' HD video, 2013, commissioned by Channel 4, Northern Film & Media and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Image courtesy the artist and Channel 4
Artist to Watch 5 Dec 2013 By teamcas

Heather Phillipson

Heather Phillipson works with sculpture, moving image, text and sound, creating video installations and ‘talking pictures’ (video with live voice) that weave the viewer through a collage of fragmentary and…

Anna Barham, ‘Double Screen (Not quite tonight jellylike)’, 2013. 2 channel HD video production still. Copyright the artist. Courtesy of Arcade, London
Artist to Watch 6 Nov 2013 By teamcas

Anna Barham

With a practice that incorporates writing, video, drawing, sculpture and performance, Anna Barham’s work interrogates language’s endless and unruly potential through the bodily and technological operations that act upon it….

Dairy Art Centre, Island, 2013, Installation images courtesy of the Dairy Art Centre
CAS Recommends 1 Nov 2013 By teamcas

November 2013

LONDON EXHIBITONS Tomorrow: Elmgreen & Dragset, Victoria and Albert Museum 1 October 2013 – 2 January 2014 Enter the world of Norman Swann, elderly architect and proprietor of an…

Image: Art Licks Annual, 2012. Photo: Mariona Otero
CAS Recommends 2 Oct 2013 By teamcas

October 2013

LONDON EXHIBITONS Art Licks Weekend 4 – 6 October 2013 The dominant picture of the capital’s creative sector does not represent the wealth of projects happening amongst younger artists…

Installation view of the 2013 solo exhibition If I was to draw a line, this journey started approximately 400 km north of the equator at South London Gallery, London. Courtesy South London Gallery, London. Photo by Mark Blower
Artist to Watch By teamcas

Oscar Murillo

Oscar Murillo works across a wide range of media and techniques, including paint, printmaking, sculpture, installation, video and events. The materials Murillo uses often inhabit his studio for a long…

Image: Cao Fei, Haze and Fog, 2013. Courtesy the artist and Eastside Projects
CAS Recommends 6 Sep 2013 By teamcas

September 2013

LONDON EXHIBITIONS «A«Tri»Lick», PEER 20 July – 14 September 2013 Caroline Achaintre, Sarah Bowker-Jones and George Young have distinct and divergent approaches to material and process. For this exhibition,…

Cornelia Parker, installation view, 2013. Courtesy the artist and Frith Street Gallery, London
Friday Dispatch 21 Jun 2013 By teamcas

Hobson’s Choice – Cornelia Parker at Frith Street Gallery

For more than twenty years British artist Cornelia Parker has been building a rich and intellectually complex body of work. As an artist, Parker spends much of her time running errands and managing various aspects of production connected to her practice. Here she notices the marks, scraps of decay and detritus of the city, which to her appear as moments of poetry, and are usually overlooked by others. Her new exhibition at Frith Street Gallery deifies some of these moments; cracks, stains, repairs and discarded objects are made extraordinary, physical and precious.

Eddie Peake, 'Adjective Machine Gun', Inside the White Cube, North Galleries, Bermondsey, London (6 March - 21 April 2013) © Eddie Peake Photo: Ben Westoby Courtesy White Cube
Artist to Watch 31 May 2013 By teamcas

Eddie Peake

As part of our continuing Artist to Watch series we are pleased to introduce you this month to the practice of artist Eddie Peake.

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