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CAStour: Central London

CASt East London, March 2015. Photo: Joe Plommer
CASt East London, March 2015. Photo: Joe Plommer

18 March 2017

11.00—16.30

90.00

Organiser: Contemporary Art Society

Meeting at Hauser & Wirth, 23 Savile Row, at 11.00

This Central London CAStour will explore the galleries of Fitzrovia and Mayfair, the well-known alongside the less familiar. Exhibitions include shows at Sadie Coles HQ, Tiwani Contemporary, and White Rainbow, with a sit-down lunch included.

 

Itinerary:

11.00 Hauser & Wirth, 23 Savile Row
Maria Lassnig: A Painting Survey 1950 – 2007

11.20 Stephen Friedman Gallery, 11 and 25-28 Old Burlington Street
Stephan Balkenhol and Lisa Brice

11.40 Frith Street Gallery, 17-18 Golden Square
Jaki Irvine: If the ground should open … 

12.10 Sadie Coles HQ, 62 Kingly Street
John Bock: Hell’s Bells A Western

12.40 Victoria Miro Mayfair, 14 St George Street
House Work: a group painting show featuring Mamma Andersson, Jules de Balincourt, Hernan Bas, Marc Chagall, Peter Doig, Adrian Ghenie, David Harrison, Karen Kilimnik, John Kørner, LS Lowry, Alice Neel, Celia Paul, Grayson Perry, Tal R, David Rayson, George Shaw and Cy Twombly.

13.00 – 14.30 Lunch at Coppa Club, 9-10 Market Place, W1

14.30 Tiwani Contemporary, 16 Little Portland Street
Phoebe Boswell: For Every Real Word Spoken

14.50 Carroll / Fletcher, 56-57 Eastcastle Street
Looking at one thing and thinking of something else: Part Four. Group show details TBA

15.15 White Rainbow, 47 Mortimer Street
Lightness: a group show featuring Felix Kiessling, Ittah Yoda, Holly Hendry, Alexandra Navratil and Charles Harlan

15.35 Frith Street Gallery, 60 Frith Street
Adrian Paci / Giuliana Racco: Another place

15.50 Rodeo, 123 Charing Cross Road
Sharyar Nashat: Mean Dream and Shoulder Regime

 

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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