The Contemporary Art Society at Mount Street

The Contemporary Art Society is running a temporary exhibition space in Mayfair from 4 June until 20 August 2021, with a percentage of the sales going directly back into the charity.

We are proud to partner with galleries from across the UK to present a selection of works by many of the same artists that the Contemporary Art Society has acquired for museums across the UK. A percentage of all sales will be added to funds for art purchase for the Contemporary Art Society’s Museum Members, supporting the visual arts sector at what remains a very difficult time.

Highlights from the presentation include works by Martin Boyce; Patrick Caulfield; Jeremy Deller; Antony Gormley; Lubaina Himid; Roger Hiorns; Goshka Macuga; Nao Matsunaga, Jade Montserrat; Eva Rothschild; Emilie Taylor; Wolfgang Tillmans; Francis Upritchard; Gillian Wearing and Cerith Wyn Evans.

Works for sale

The Contemporary Art Society at Mount Street continues a history of selling exhibitions throughout the organisation’s 111-year history, most notably Art Futures, which ran from 1982 to 2008 and featured many emerging artists that have gone on to become household names today.

16 Mount Street, Mayfair, has been generously lent to the Contemporary Art Society by the London collectors Freddy and Muriel Salem. The Contemporary Art Society is also grateful to Christie’s, Momart Ltd and Weil for their generous support.

Opening times Tuesday to Friday 10.00-18.00
Address 16 Mount Street, London W1K 2RH
Telephone +44(0)7766 046 914

participating galleries

Bosse & Baum, Cristea Roberts, Corvi-Mora, Frith Street Gallery, greengrassi, Hollybush Gardens, Kate MacGarry, Marsden Woo, Maureen Paley, Modern Art, The Modern Institute, Thaddaeus Ropac, The Approach and White Cube.





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