Carolee Schneemann, Action Drawing II, 1957, Ink and crayon on paper, Framed 55.7 x 71 x 3.9 cm, 21 7_8 x 28 x 1 1_2 in, C_SCH0248, Photo by Charlie Littlewood
Friday Dispatch 23 Sep 2022 By CAS Team

Carolee Schneemann: 1955-1959 and Body Politics

Friday Dispatch 9th September 2022 Carolee Schneemann: 1955-1959 Hales Gallery, London 17 September – 29 October 2022 — Carolee Schneemann: Body Politics Barbican Art Gallery, London 8 September 2022 –…

Image credit: © Lubna Chowdhary. Courtesy Rachel Deakin
CAS Recommends 27 Jul 2022 By CAS Team

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This summer, MIMA, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, stages the largest solo exhibition of Lubna Chowdhary’s work to date at a critical moment in her practice. Chowdhary ’s work demonstrates…

Photography: Tim Bowditch. Courtesy: The Artist and Arcadia Missa, London Media copyright © the artist
News 21 Jul 2022 By CAS Team

CAS Acquisition: Phoebe Collings-James Clay Painting Gifted to York Art Gallery

Phoebe Collings-James practice comes from a desire to work with clay as a live sculptural surface, and from previous paintings she had produced on canvas. These two ways of making…

Image Credit: A Trilogy of Films: Part One, Part Two and Part Three (2022), Nashashibi, (Layla) Rosalind (1973)
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Rosalind Nashashibi: A Trilogy of Films Part One, Part Two and Part ThreePier Art Centre Read More…   Around the UK: – Shifting Perspectives Leeds Art Gallery, The Headrow, 27…

Image Credit: Chantel Joffe, Elizabeth Line Whitechapel Stationnn, Photo Credit Tosin Adegoke, Contemporary Art Society
News 29 Jun 2022 By CAS Team

Consultancy: Art on the Elizabeth Line

Prior to joining Contemporary Art Society, Head of Consultancy, Colin Ledwith, developed the Crossrail Art Programme Cultural Strategy. Colin went on to deliver commissions for the Elizabeth Line with artists…

Neue Nationalgalerie
Friday Dispatch 23 Jun 2022 By Ilaria Puri Purini

Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art

Now in its 12th edition its title ‘Still Present!’ seems to stand also as a witness; this time to centuries of domination, subjection, exploitation and “legacies of colonialism, environmental destruction, sexism, social inequalities, racism and sexism”.

Credit Line: Presented by the Contemporary Art Society, 2021/22 (for Untitled # 9). Photo credit: Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea, Photographs: Polly Thomas
News 17 Jun 2022 By CAS Team

CAS Acquisition: Carlos Bunga’s Sculptures Gifted to Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea

This gift of two sculptures by Carlos Bunga to Glynn Vivian Art Gallery is an important addition to their collection.  It supports their ongoing work with local and international contemporary…

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Anya Paintsil: We Are All Made of You

Friday Dispatch: 17/06 Anya Paintsil: We Are All Made of You Ed Cross Fine Art, Garrett Street 26 May – 29 June 2022 Anya Paintsil is widely known for her…

CAS News 27 May 2022 By CAS Team

A Postcard from Venice

Dispatch: 27/05A Postcard from VeniceLa Biennale di Venezia Biennale Arte 202223 April – 27 November This 59th edition of the oldest and grandest art biennale in the world was delayed…

News 26 May 2022 By CAS Team

22 Bishopsgate Female Frontiers Team, 2022

Consultancy is proud to share news that Senior Art Producers Katharina Worf and Jordan Kaplan have been named as part of a shortlisted team for the 2022 World Architecture News…

Cold Dark Matter: An Exploded View 1991 by Cornelia Parker born 1956
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Glyn Philpot: Flesh and Spirit This exhibition demonstrates the more intimate exploration of Glyn Philpot’s artistic practice whilst showing how diverse he could be, referencing both the old masters and…

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