Hobson’s Choice: Ben Rivers at Kate MacGarry
Rivers has a long-term, almost anthropological interest in those who live in isolated locations
Hobson’s Choice: Thomas Demand at Spruth Magers
Acclaimed German artist Thomas Demand is best known for his photographs of meticulously recreated places, public and private spaces
Hobson’s Choice: Stuart Brisley at PEER
For those disbelievers who need evidence that art can sometimes be a form of magic, you should pop into the current show at PEER
Hobson’s Choice: Kura Shomali at Jack Bell Gallery
Jack Bell Gallery has a great programme focused on artists across the world but with a strong commitment to contemporary African artists.
Contemporary Art Society’s Latest Consultancy Projects, Spring 2012
Aspen Online Collection goes Live! Contemporary Art Society’s consultancy team have been developing Aspen’s contemporary art collection globally over the past four years. Now audiences everywhere can gain an insight into the art through a newly developed collection website launched in early March. To see the Head of Consultancy Fabienne Nicholas talking about the collection, and to see this fantastic online showcase visit: www.aspenart.co
Hobson’s Choice: Ximena Garrido-Lecca at Max Wigram
Ximena Garrido-Lecca is a young Peruvian artist now living and working in London.
Artist Laure Provost is primarily interested in translation, misinterpretation and linguistic misdirection.
An invitation to debate – Market Matters
Market Matters was a collaboration between Artquest, the Contemporary Art Society and DACS.
Hobson’s Choice: Harm van den Dorpel at Wilkinson
There is a beautiful exhibition upstairs at Wilkinson’s by Dutch artist Harm van den Dorpel, whose work I especially admire.
Hobson’s Choice: Antiquity Bonk at The Sunday Painter
The Sunday Painter is an artist-led gallery and studio complex in Peckham set up in 2008