Barnaby Barford at the Laing Art Gallery
CAS Recommends 20 Dec 2011 By teamcas

December 2011 – January 2012

CAS Recommends ten public or non-profit exhibitions in the UK

Director's Choice Domobaal
Friday Dispatch 12 Dec 2011 By teamcas

Hobson’s Choice: Mhairi Vari at Domobaal

If you have a chance before the Christmas break, do swing by the new exhibition at DOMOBAAL

Kerry Tribe: The Last Soviet
News 7 Dec 2011 By teamcas

Recent Acquisitions, Gifts and Bequests

Kerry Tribe, The Last Soviet, acquired for the Imperial War Museum, London and John Smith, The Black Tower acquired for the Ferens Art Gallery, Hull

Director's Choice: Gert and Uwe Tobias
Friday Dispatch By teamcas

Hobson’s Choice: Gert and Uwe Tobias at Maureen Paley

The new show at Maureen Paley is the first solo presentation in London of the work of the much admired Romanian twin artists, Gert and Uwe Tobias.

Director's Choice: Catherine Opie
Friday Dispatch By teamcas

Hobson’s Choice: Catherine Opie at Stephen Friedman

Stephen Friedman Gallery has just opened a new exhibition of early and current work by Catherine Opie

Director's Choice: Tomma Abts
Friday Dispatch 24 Nov 2011 By teamcas

Hobson’s Choice: Tomma Abts at greengrassi

Tomma Abts won the Turner Prize in 2006 – one of just a handful of painters in its long history

Director's Choice: Paul Noble at Gagosian, Britannia Street
Friday Dispatch By teamcas

Hobson’s Choice: Paul Noble at Gagosian, Britannia Street

Paul Noble is well known for his painstakingly detailed pencil drawings of his imaginary metropolis – Nobson Newtown

News 23 Nov 2011 By teamcas


The Contemporary Art Society launch their centenary publication 100 YEARS OF THE CONTEMPORARY ART SOCIETY – WHAT’S NEXT? INSIDE PUBLIC COLLECTIONS at the Contemporary Art Society’s Annual Award for Museums 2011.

Higgs Ocean #6
News 17 Nov 2011 By teamcas

Artist Cornelia Parker to present the Contemporary Art Society’s Annual Award

The Contemporary Art Society has announced that, the Annual Award, commission to collect will be presented by one of the UK’s most significant artists Cornelia Parker. The reception for the Award will take place in London on 14th November. The winning museum will be awarded £60,000, a generous fund made possible thanks to the Sfumato Foundation, this will enable the winner to work closely with an artist to commission a new work that will, once completed, become part of the permanent collection. This is the largest fund of its type and provides a much needed investment in new art for public collections, as a legacy for the future. Cornelia Parker, who is famed for her beautiful and thought provoking sculptures and most recently for her inspired selection of works from the Government Collection currently showing at the Whitechapel Art Gallery, will present the prize at a ceremony at the German Gymnasium, a hidden architectural gem in the heart of London’s busy Kings Cross area. The winner will have been chosen by a selection panel from an initial long list of 22 and then a shortlist of five museums from across the country. Each shortlisted museum has, over the last 3 months, been developing a detailed proposal with the artist that they have chosen to work with. Having invested so much time and expectation all involved feel that there is much at stake as the panel make their final decision. The Contemporary Art Society Announces the Shortlist for the Annual Award for Museums 2011. The winning museum will receive £60,000 to commission an artist to make a new work for their public collection, generously supported by the Sfumato Foundation. The Shortlist for 2011: • National Museum Wales (Cardiff) with Artes Mundi – Proposal with artist Andrea Büttner • Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery – Proposal with artist Christina Mackie • Shipley Art Gallery – Proposal with artist Matthew Darbyshire • Walker Art Gallery, National Museums Liverpool – Proposal with artist Wael Shawky • University of Warwick Art Collection – Proposal with artist Katie Paterson The Selection Panel includes:- Adam Chodzko (Artist), Maurice Davies (Head of Policy, Museums Association), Rosy Greenlees (Director, Crafts Council), Michael Stanley (Director, Modern Art Oxford).

News By teamcas

An invitation to debate – What are we worth? Artists and the Economic Crisis

What are we worth? will consider how artists can create income in support of their practice in a period of dramatic economic, social and technological change? It will encourage discussion and debate about how artists can harness their cultural assets and intellectual property – both tangible and intangible – to support their practice financially.

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