The Hayward gallery is running a painting exhibition featuring 31 artists, of whom over half have had work previously placed by the CAS in museum collections across the UK.
The CAS acquires a self portrait by Gillian Wearing for Rugby Art Gallery and Museum, capturing the artist’s state of mind in lockdown
Oil painting is a departure from her usual practice of documentary films and photographs that explore the expression of identity in public and personal spaces.
At Hospitalfield near Dundee, Christina Mackie’s The Judges III are going on show for the first time since they were exhibited at Nottingham Castle in 2012.
The CAS acquires a painting by Rosalind Nashashibi that incorporates nylon tights for Southampton City Art Gallery
Since 2014, Nashashibi’s paintings started to engage with place through organic forms rendered in vivid colours and ‘South of France’ continues in this style.
‘Sarah Jones: Hall of Mirrors’ at Maureen Paley
Concise, restrained, technically brilliant, this is a show rich with ideas and allusion. Six years on from her last show at the gallery, Sarah Jones quietly produces another master class in the art form.
New Works for the Summer at CAS on Mount Street
Ranging from important new voices to senior figures of the British scene, as before, the factor that unifies them all is our relationship to the artists – all of whom we have bought for museums in the UK at least once in the past.
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Andrea Büttner at the CAS at Mount Street, London
Notions of shame, vulnerability, poverty and embarrassment run throughout her work.
Francis Offman at Herald St, London
The works are a pure play of abstract elements, each an ode to humanity
Glasgow’s GoMA receives a major installation by ceramicist James Rigler through Jackson Tang Ceramics Award
The title Old Money refers both to the history of the building and the entrenched privilege it represents, as well as a reminder that the meaning of coins is – like architectural styles – socially constructed and can evaporate with changing times.
The CAS helps acquire three bronze heads by sculptor Thomas J. Price for The Collection Museum and Usher Gallery, Lincoln
Price creates a dialogue with the viewer, encouraging them to analyse their behaviors and reactions to Black phenotypes, particularly in spaces where they are not historically represented.