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Tour – CASt: South London

CASt: East London in March 2015 included a visit to Supplement and James Harrison, 'And yes we must remain the wildhearted outsiders', 2015. Photo: Joe Plommer
CASt: East London in March 2015 included a visit to Supplement and James Harrison, 'And yes we must remain the wildhearted outsiders', 2015. Photo: Joe Plommer

16 May 2015

11.00—16.30

All Members - Paid, CASt

100

THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED

Starting at the Contemporary Art Society, 59 Central Street, London EC1V 3AF, 10.45

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. Designed to offer high level access to artists, curators and gallery directors, the breadth of these tours makes them unmissable for collectors, enthusiasts and patrons of the arts.

On Saturday 16 May CAStours will travel across South London to visit exhibition spaces, galleries and foundations. What should you expect from this spring outing? We will visit Flat Time House, the former studio of John Latham, to learn about his practice and British art of the 1960s within the context of the exhibition Pataphysics and Transaction Between Barry Flangan and John Latham. The day will finish by discovering an interpretation of Mikhail Bulgakov’s novel The Master and Margarita by artists Sanya Kantarovsky and Ieva Misevičiūtė at Studio Voltaire. We hope to see you on 16 May to consider Surrealism, British art of the 1960s, Russian novels and contemporary performance.

Transport throughout the day and lunch is included in the price of the tour. The itinerary is below:

Justin Vivian Bond, My Model / MySelf at Vitrine

Heather Phillipson, Richard Müller, Michael Phillipson, Rachel Crummey and Susan Sluglett, Elements at MilMa

pindul’s rewards: Pier Paolo Pasolini and Carlos Reyes at Arcadia Missa

Barry Flanagan and John Latham, Palindromes at Flat Time House

Miraj Ahmed, Isha Bøhling, Kelly Chorpening, Pierre D’Avoine, Shin Egashira, Matt Franks, Issam Kourbaj, Jeffrey T Y Lee, Theo Lorenz, Ian Monroe, Foster Spragge, Tony Thatcher and Research Associate: Sophie Read, Between Thought and Space at Café Gallery Projects Dilston Grove

Sanya Kantarovsky in collaboration with Ieva Misevičiūtė, Apricot Juice at Studio Voltaire

For further information contact membership@contemporaryartsociety.org or 020 7017 8400.

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