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Visit – Spotlight on Contemporary Collectors: Frank Cohen and Nicolai Frahm at The Dairy

John Armleder, Global Tiki, 1998–2000. Courtesy of the artist and the Dairy Art Centre.

2 May 2013

18.30—20.30

Collector Members, Tours

The Dairy
7a Wakefield Street, Bloomsbury
London, WC1N 1PG

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Contemporary Art Society honorary Patron Frank Cohen and co-founder Nicolai Frahm host this exclusive collection visit to the newly opened Dairy Art Centre, one of the most exciting new not-for-profit art spaces in London. Cohen and Frahm are prolific collectors of international contemporary art from the 1970s to the present day, and have been working together closely for almost 15 years. Situated in the heart of Bloomsbury, The Dairy, the former milk depot for Express Dairies, is a 12,500 sq ft warehouse that has been repurposed to house their extensive private collections.

The visit also includes a guided-tour of the inaugural show at the space, an exhibition of works by Swiss artist John Armleder, by curator Alessandro Rabottini. This exhibition draws on works from Frank Cohen and Nicolai Frahm’s collections, as well as incorporating loans from galleries, artists and international collectors.

Places are limited so please RSVP by Friday 19 April at the latest to reserve your space.

Image: John Armleder, Global Tiki, 1998–2000. Courtesy of the artist and the Dairy Art Centre.

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