Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art wins the inaugural Jackson Tang Ceramics Award, receiving bold new work by Chiara Camoni
Camoni’s ceramic practice is intimately embedded in her daily life and has a collaborative aspect that sees friends and relatives invited to assist her in making the work.
Liz Johnson Artur: If You Know the Beginning, The End is No Trouble at South London Gallery
Come to South London Gallery, see this poignant and moving exhibition, then afterwards take a stroll through the neighbourhoods of Peckham to experience where these photographs were actually made.
‘Artists I Steal From’ at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, London
This show approaches an exhibition through the eyes of an artist, openly revealing the private process of how an artist works, what they look at and what informs and educates their practise.
Art Night 2019
Art Night has established itself as one of the most exciting free art festivals in London. With an emphasis on edgy and participatory art, it brings the work of some of the most adventurous practitioners to different parts of London.
An artist whose work spans drawing, painting, installation and sculpture; developing narratives around the ‘struggles of life’ within contemporary society.
The CAS acquires three works by Salvatore Arancio for the Harris Museum in Preston
The ceramic sculpture and two works on paper will play an important role in their contemporary art programme and will be displayed with important but underused collection of prints from the 16th century to the present day.
A new film co-commissioned by the CAS, Eileen Simpson and Ben White’s Everything I Have Is Yours, opens at Salford Museum & Art Gallery from 4 July, whilst BALTIC in Gateshead is…
Artist collective Troika launch research initiative with Assembly Effect for West Cambridge
Troika are the first artists to be commissioned to develop work as part of the West Cambridge public art strategy, which was developed by CAS Consultancy in 2017.
BANK: Summa at Piper Keys, London
BANK achieved notoriety in the 90s for their merciless (and at times excruciatingly funny) attacks on some of the artworld for their shallowness and megalomania. In the 20 years since they have ceased these issues have only intensified.
Contemporary Art Society supports Oscar Murillo to create a new a site-specific performance for Art Night 2019
This is the third collaboration between the Contemporary Art Society and Art Night, with work by Anne Hardy and Prem Sahib from previous years being donated to museums across the UK.