Mariele Neudecker, I Don’t Know How I Resisted The Urge To Run, 1998. Image courtesy the artist
CAS Recommends 26 Feb 2020 By Marcus Crofton

March 2020

Seminal works by the celebrated British sculptor Anish Kapoor will go on show across the grounds and interiors of Houghton Hall from the end of the month, spanning the whole…

Fabienne Nicholas, Head of CAS Consultancy, and Sherry Dobbin, Futurecity, at ULI Europe Conference
Art Consultancy By teamcas

CAS Consultancy focus: thought leadership

February saw Consultancy members participating in conferences in London, Amsterdam and Doha. As a key contributor to the Urban Land Institute’s Including Culture in Development guide, Consultancy Head Fabienne Nicholas presented…

Elvira Bach, Untitled, 1982 . Courtesy of the artist.
Recent Acquisitions By Uma Karavadra

The CAS acquires four early works by Neo-Expressionist artist Elvira Bach for the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

The unique watercolour and crayon works on paper provide an understanding of her work in different mediums and fills a gap in the museum’s overwhelmingly male Neo-Expressionist collection.

Prem Sahib, Beneficiary, 2020. Courtesy the Artist and Southard Reid.  Photo credit, Mark Blower.
Friday Dispatch 21 Feb 2020 By Vassilios Doupas

Prem Sahib: DESCENT at Southard Reid, London

Should we be optimistic about the future? The blood-like resin panel that bears the same title as the project seems to hold the answer. DESCENT is a powerful exhibition that distils the precarity of modern life.

Installation view of 'Samson Kambalu: Postcards from the Last Century' at PEER, London. Photographer: Jackson White
Friday Dispatch 14 Feb 2020 By Christine Takengny

Samson Kambalu: Postcards from the Last Century at PEER, London

Kambalu’s innovative and at times mischievous films contribute to a radical review of art and its histories beyond nation states or region-specific narratives.

Steven Claydon, ‘(Joanna) The Concealment and the Showing Forth’, 2010. Donated to Hepworth Wakefield through a Special Partnership between Henry Moore Foundation and the Contemporary Art Society, supported by Cathy Wills
Recent Acquisitions 11 Feb 2020 By Marcus Crofton

CAS acquires sculptures by Steven Claydon, Michael Dean and Magali Reus for The Hepworth Wakefield in a special partnership with the Henry Moore Foundation, supported by Cathy Wills

The four-year scheme supports Yorkshire as the UK centre of sculpture, with The Hepworth Wakefield and Leeds Art Gallery receiving major work by living artists each year.

Dhruvi Acharya, gathering, 2019. Image courtesy the artist and Nature Morte
Friday Dispatch 7 Feb 2020 By Caroline Douglas

A Postcard from Delhi

The quality of the exhibitions now regularly on show around the city during the art fair should be putting Delhi on everyone’s calendar in coming years.

Gordon Cheung, Towers of Water, 2020. © Gordon Cheung, courtesy Edel Assanti
Friday Dispatch 31 Jan 2020 By Christine Takengny

Gordon Cheung: Tears of Paradise at Edel Assanti, London

Cheung’s multi-layered works add a new dimension to our traditional understanding of what landscape painting can be today.

Denzil Forrester, Catch a Fire, 2010. Copyright Denzil Forrester. Courtesy the artist and Stephen Friedman Gallery, London.
CAS Recommends 30 Jan 2020 By Marcus Crofton

February 2020

Denzil Forrester’s most significant institutional show to date will be opening at Nottingham Contemporary this February, bringing together a wide range of paintings and drawings by the Grenada-born British artist….

Angelika Loderer, installation view, Secession 2017, Photo: Matthias Bildstein
Art Consultancy By teamcas

CAS Consultancy commissions Vienna-based artist Angelika Loderer to create a site-specific sculpture for a London-based corporate client

CAS Consultancy is currently working with Vienna-based artist Angelika Loderer on a site-specific sculpture for one of our corporate clients. For the central-London commission, Loderer is reinvestigating a process she…

Mark Titchner, ‘Love and Work’, 2012. Courtesy the artist
Recent Acquisitions By Uma Karavadra

The CAS acquires a carved wooden piece by Mark Titchner for Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery

The work is an exploration of how ideas are filtered through culture moving from the counterculture to the mainstream.

Jade Montserrat, Stills from performance of 'Shadowing Josephine', Outpost, Norwich 2016. Photographer Matthew Noel-Tod
Artist to Watch By Uma Karavadra

Jade Montserrat

Much of Montserrat’s work focuses on the entertainer and civil-rights activist Josephine Baker (1906-1975), whose story represents the intersection of gender, race, class and celebrity culture that fascinates the artist.

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