Key early work by “the unsung Queen of British performance Art” acquired for York Art Gallery
Quadrille (1976) by Rose English highlights the fetishisation of women’s bodies and explores issues around gender roles, whereby dressage can be seen as a metaphor for power struggles and relationships.
Noemie Goudal’s Satellite II on display at Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum
The Contemporary Art Society donated the work to the museum in 2015
A Postcard from the North West
Visits to Tullie House, Grundy Art Gallery, Bury Art Museum & Sculpture Centre and Touchstones Rochdale
If you are on holiday in Dorset at the end of the summer be sure to drop in on a small but fascinating drawing show at Poole Museum, which includes…
Imagine a Memorial for the 21st century
Join us to take part in activities exploring ideas of conflict, resilience, friendship and support, while contributing to discussions about the purpose of a contemporary space for memorial in Walworth, South London.
Leonce Raphael Agbodjelou
Agbodjelou portrays smugglers in Benin as individuals, but also records a practice characteristic for the country at a certain point in history.
Work by Canadian artist Andrew Dadson acquired for Norwich Castle Museum
The Contemporary Art Society is pleased to announce the recent acquisition of Black Barbed Wire (2013) by Andrew Dadson (b. 1980) for the Norwich Castle Museum. Dadson is a Canadian…
Cornelia Parker Curates ‘Found’ at the Foundling Museum
An engrossing and hugely enjoyable show, well suited to these slower days of summer when we can ease the foot off the gas pedal a little
Art Now: Sophie Michael, Trip (the light fantastic), Tate Britain
With the past just a click away, nostalgia as a concept is wide open for re-definition
Brian Griffiths, Bill & Vilma, Vilma Gold
Griffiths uses the actor Bill Murray as ‘material’ for his new show
Alison Wilding: Arena Redux, Art House Foundation
After sixteen years packed away in wooden crates, this radiantly wonderful sculpture is for a short time on view to the public again.