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The Artist’s Table

The Artist’s Table is a series of bespoke artist curated experiences across the year, each hosted by an internationally recognised collector and an artist of their choice. The artists have been invited to participate based on their unique approach and will create a one-off immersive experience for an intimate group of guests that may include installation, performance, interactive elements and dinner or lunch.

The next Artist’s Table will be hosted by artist Edmund de Waal and CAS Patron Jill Hackel on Thursday 14 November 2019Please follow this link for more information and to book.

This is a fundraising event, all proceeds directly benefit the charitable mission of the Contemporary Art Society.

The Contemporary Art Society is pleased to have hosted The Artist’s Table with Isaac Julien, Goshka Macuga, Haroon Mirza, Antony Gormley, Conrad Shawcross, John Stezaker, Lynette  Yiadom-Boakye, Gillian Wearing & Michael Landy and Do Ho Suh.

 


Previous events have included:

19 November 2015 – Isaac Julien hosted by Sarah Elson

10 March 2016 – Goshka Macuga hosted by Valeria Napoleone 

23 September 2016 – Haroon Mirza hosted by Linda Keyte

29 November 2016 – Antony Gormley hosted by Béatrice Lupton

23 February 2017 – Conrad Shawcross hosted by Dasha Shenkman OBE

6 November 2017 – John Stezaker hosted by Nicola Blake

12 March 2018 – Lynette Yiadom-Boakye hosted by Emma Goltz and Tommaso Corvi-Mora

27 November 2018 – Gillian Wearing & Michael Landy hosted by Antje Géczy

22 May 2019 – Do Ho Suh hosted by Emily Sun & Anna Yang

 

Tickets for the Artist’s Table are priced at £500 each. Please note that tickets are limited and priority booking will be giving to CAS Patrons and Corporate Patrons.

For further details on these events please contact Dida Tait on +44 (0)20 7017 8400 or email dida@contemporaryartsociety.org

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