‘Andrea Büttner: The Heart of Relations’ at Hollybush Gardens, London
This is an exceptionally strong show by an artist whose thinking continues to be brilliantly subtle, complex and surprising.
The CAS acquires large textile work by Alice Kettle for Southampton City Art Gallery
Kettle renders the epic story of Penelope and Odysseus in an epic scale, capturing both the vast scope and the emotional intricacies of the narrative.
Public space is the natural habitat for most of Rajkowska’s work. The “untaming” of nature is at the core of her ecofeminist practice.
Leeds Art Gallery is showing an exhibition of contemporary painting that invites us to slow down and reflect, whilst The Whitworth brings together new and acclaimed works by Turner Prize-winning…
Artist Vivien Zhang to deliver a signature artwork for Quintain’s Wembley Park development
Zhang is a Forbes 30 Under 30 list maker and a former award-holder at the British School at Rome
CAS Trustee Valeria Napoleone wins Montblanc Arts Patronage Award for her work with the VN XX CAS initiative
VN XX CAS focuses on purchasing and donating important female art works to museums across the UK.
Ibrahim Mahama: Parliament of Ghosts at The Whitworth, Manchester
Ibrahim Mahama’s ideas of opening up new possibilities through art corresponds with the Whitworth’s mission to use art for social change.
Samuel Levack and Jennifer Lewandowski – Desert Ruins at French Riviera, London
It is relatively unusual for Levack and Lewandowski to show their own work, so this show is an important opportunity to see the product of the last three turbulent years.
Two powerful photographs by South African artist Berni Searle donated to Manchester Art Gallery through the VN XX CAS Scheme
VN XX CAS encourages debate on the gender imbalance in UK museum collections
‘Made Routes: Mapping and Making’, Vivienne Koorland and Berni Searle at Richard Saltoun
In relentlessly confronting colonial structures, Koorland’s and Searle’s work is a testimony to the vision of art’s role as a catalyst for change.
Rosalind Nashashibi announced as 2020 National Gallery Artist in Residence in a new collaboration with the Contemporary Art Society
A Turner Prize nominee in 2017, Nashashibi has consistently received international critical acclaim for her films which combine the everyday with the fantastical, incorporating cinematic narratives while using a painterly style to capture her observations.