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Installation view of Noemie Goudal, ‘Satellite II’, 2014. Image courtesy Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum
Recent Acquisitions 23 Aug 2016 By CAS Team

Noemie Goudal’s Satellite II on display at Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum

Albert Potrony with Year 6 pupils from St John’s Primary School workshopping at the Imperial War Museum
Art Consultancy 28 Jul 2016 By CAS Team

Imagine a Memorial for the 21st century

Image: Courtesy the artist
Art Consultancy 24 May 2016 By CAS Team

Virtual World created from our digital fingerprints commissioned for the £5,000 Aspen Online Art Award 2016

Sarah Lucas, YOKO, 2015. Copyright the artist, courtesy Sadie Coles HQ London. Photo by Julian Simmons
CAS Recommends 25 Feb 2016 By CAS Team

March 2016

Sculptures from Sarah Lucas’ extraordinary show at the 56th Venice Biennale will be brought to the Soane Museum this month, the custard yellow of the drawing room having inspired the artist’s scheme at the British Pavilion.

The Two Eyes Are Not Brothers (2015) 16mm film and video installation, five parts, various durations looped; and mixed media. Image courtesy of Yuki Yamamoto and Kate MacGarry, London.
CAS Recommends 9 Feb 2016 By CAS Team

February 2016

Still from Hito Steyerl, 'Abstract', 2012, Double screen two channel HD video with sound, 7 minutes and 30 seconds. Edition of 7, with 2 APs. Presented to GoMA by the Contemporary Art Society through the Collections Fund, 2016.
News 8 Jan 2016 By CAS Team

Hito Steyerl film acquired for GoMA, the first work by the artist to enter a UK Collection

Abstract (2012) commemorates a childhood friend of Steyerl’s who became a revolutionary and was killed in the Kurdish region of Turkey in 1998 when fighting for the PKK.

Rose Wylie, 'Pink Table Cloth (Close-up) (Film Notes)', 2013, Oil on Canvas 207 x 330 cm. Image courtesy the artist and UNION Gallery
CAS Recommends 4 Jan 2016 By CAS Team

January 2016

News 11 Dec 2015 By CAS Team

Contemporary British Masterpieces for our Collections: A New Scheme to Acquire Great Works

The Great Works scheme, generously supported by the Sfumato Foundation, aims to address the absence in museums across the UK of works by British contemporary artists who have established international reputations over the last 20 years.

Michael Craig-Martin, 'Untitled (light bulb)', 2014, acrylic on aluminium, 300 x 300cm. Courtesy the artist and Gagosian Gallery.
CAS Recommends 1 Dec 2015 By CAS Team

December 2015

Alexander Calder in his Roxbury studio, 1941. Photo credit: Calder Foundation, New York / Art Resource, NY © 2015 Calder Foundation, New York / DACS, London.
CAS Recommends 29 Oct 2015 By CAS Team

November 2015

Theaster Gates will be presenting his first and highly anticipated UK public project in Bristol, whilst in London Chantal Akerman’s show at Ambika P3 has a particular poignancy following her tragic death in October and pays tribute to her bold creative vision.

Fiona Banner, Phantom (SS16), 2015, graphite, vinyl, birch plywood with high definition digital film, 39 x 1540 x 122 cm (runway), 9.28 minutes (film). Image courtesy the artist and Frith Street Gallery, London. Photo: Stephen White
Friday Dispatch 16 Oct 2015 By CAS Team

Fiona Banner, Font, at Frith Street Gallery, London

An important mid-career survey of Fiona Banner’s work opened this month at Birmingham’s Ikon Gallery, offering a chance to look across two decades of work and appreciate the development of…

Michael Landy, ‘Breaking News’ (2015) installation view. Image courtesy the artist and Thomas Dane Gallery, London.
Friday Dispatch 9 Oct 2015 By CAS Team

Michael Landy, Breaking News, at Michael Landy Studio, London

Michael Landy takes a wry view of the world.  Since the 90s his work has addressed the pressing political issues of the day, as well as delivering a good portion…

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