A Holiday message from the CAS
I hope we will be able to look back on 2020 as a moment when, as an organisation, as a community, we saw clearly what our role could be, and translated that into immediate action.
Behind the Scenes at 22 Bishopsgate
The CAS Team have been installing two major commissions by Karine Laval and Ryan Mosley at the the City of London’s tallest tower.
The CAS supports the acquisition of a large-scale early work by Anne Hardy for Tate
‘Cipher’ is emblematic of Hardy’s ambitious room sized installations and builds a much stronger representation of Hardy within the national collection.
Nick Goss: Nine Mile Burn at Josh Lilley, London
Goss started most of these works in-residency on an oil tanker, though the Covid pandemic cut short his time at sea
‘Abbas Zahedi: Ouranophobia SW3’ at the old Chelsea Sorting Office, London
Zahedi has taken over an old Royal Mail sorting office, creating an installation that ask questions around grief
‘Your Floorplan’, curated by Hyunjoo Byeon
The exhibition explores how artists and curators can think of new ways of producing and presenting art as it is increasingly framed by digital technology, when online exhibitions that we perceive on screens at home suddenly replace the experience of viewing art in the gallery space.
Malene Hartmann Rasmussen
The CAS has acquired works by Malene Hartmann Rasmussen for Swindon Museum & Art Gallery and the Harris Museum in Preston. Here we visit the ceramicist in her studio and…
CAS Consultancy delivering Public Art Framework for Wakefield
The Framework will provide a road map for the delivery of best practice art commissioning in the UK’s home of sculpture.
The CAS acquires two large-scale works by painter Simon Ling for Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum of Wales
Ling practices en plain air painting, depicting small areas of landscape on a monumental scale.
‘Sunil Gupta: From Here to Eternity’ at The Photographers’ Gallery, London
Sunil Gupta’s work communicates the political through the personal in a way that brings home the reality of everyday activism lived by so many gay men and women for decades. It is a complex story, told here with quiet urgency.
A conversation with artist John Riddy at the exhibition ‘Hogarth: London Voices, London Lives’ at Pitzhanger Manor
An extraordinary juxtaposition of John Riddy’s photographs with William Hogarth’s ‘A Rake’s Progress’ has been created for the exhibition in West London.