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CASt: South London

David Diao, 'Conversation', 2018, at the exhibition 'Bauhaus: Utopia in Crisis'. Courtesy of the artist and Tanya Leighton Gallery, Berlin
David Diao, 'Conversation', 2018, at the exhibition 'Bauhaus: Utopia in Crisis'. Courtesy of the artist and Tanya Leighton Gallery, Berlin

9 November 2019

11.00—17.00

£90, including lunch and transport throughout the day.

Join us for the autumn CAStour, exploring galleries and project spaces in South London. The Contemporary Art Society tour (CASt) is London’s first and most popular gallery bus tour, taking place throughout the year and offering an inspirational insight into the city’s most exciting exhibitions from some of the artists, curators and gallery directors. This edition will tour established institutions such as the South London Gallery, commercial galleries including Corvi-Mora, and a new artist-run space: Palfrey.

 

Itinerary

11.00 Meet at Vauxhall station (Underground & National Rail)

Palfrey, 8 Palfrey Place, SW8 1PA
Gerard Hemsworth: Works from the 70s

 

South London Gallery, 65-67 Peckham Road, SE5 8UH
Danh Vo: Untitled

 

Camberwell Space, Camberwell College of Arts, 45-65 Peckham Road, SE5 8UF
Bauhaus: Utopia in Crisis

 

13.00 LUNCH

Corvi-Mora, 1a Kempsford Road, SE11 4NU
Glenn Sorensen

 

Greengrassi, 1a Kempsford Road, SE11 4NU
Ana Jotta

 

Newport Street Gallery, Newport Street, SE11 6AJ
Reason Gives No Answers: Selected Works from the Collection

 

Cabinet, 132 Tyers Street, SE11 5HS
Lucy McKenzie: Giving Up The Shadows On My Face

 

17.00 End at Vauxhall Station (Underground & National Rail)

 

 

Please book using the form below. For more information or to book in person please contact Myles Burgess at rsvp@contemporaryartsociety.org or call us on 020 7017 8400







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