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Billie Zangewa, Sweetest Devotion, 2021. Hand-stitched silk collage, 106 x 137 cm. Courtesy of the artist and Lehmann Maupin.
CAS News 13 Oct 2021 By Marcus Crofton

Works depicting family life by Sunil Gupta, Hetain Patel and Bille Zangewa acquired at Frieze London for the Harris Museum in Preston

The Harris is currently undergoing a £10.7million refurbishment and the works will forma centrepiece of the displays when it reopens in 2024

Fiona Curran. Photography: Jo Underhill
CAS News 29 Sep 2021 By CAS Team

CAS Consultancy’s latest work for Turing Locke hotel unveiled

Skin from Skunk Anansie wearing a CHOOSE ART t-shirt. New York, March 2021
CAS News 19 Apr 2021 By CAS Team

CHOOSE ART Campaign raises over £200,000 to support artists and museums during the Covid-19 pandemic

Olafur Eliasson, The forked forest path, 1998. The Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne, UK, 2004. Photo: Antony Carr
CAS News 14 Apr 2021 By Caroline Douglas

Our museums and galleries form the heart of our communities, we must do everything we can to support them

Alan Bowness with Piet Mondrian’s 'Composition with Yellow, Blue and Red' at the Tate, 1980
CAS News 22 Mar 2021 By Tania Adams

Sir Alan Bowness CBE (1928-2021)

CHOOSE ART men and woman
CAS News 15 Mar 2021 By Marcus Crofton

The CAS launches a new crowdfunding campaign to help save the UK art scene

Ali Cherri © Ali Cherri
CAS News 26 Jan 2021 By CAS Team

Ali Cherri announced as 2021 National Gallery Artist in Residence, in collaboration with the Contemporary Art Society

John Riddy. Courtesy of the artist.
CAS News 18 Nov 2020 By Caroline Douglas

A conversation with artist John Riddy at the exhibition ‘Hogarth: London Voices, London Lives’ at Pitzhanger Manor

Keith Piper, 'Surveillance: Tagging the Other', 1991
CAS News 28 Oct 2020 By Ilaria Puri Purini

Our 2021 programme for curators

Image: Composite, from left - Matthew Burrows, Caroline Douglas, Anne Hardy and Alessio Antoniolli
CAS News 9 Oct 2020 By CAS Team

‘New initiatives to support artists’, a talk at Cromwell Place

Michelle Sank, 'Lacey and Family, Burnthouse Lane, Exeter', from the series 'Breathe', 2020
CAS News 30 Jul 2020 By Marcus Crofton

The CAS acquires 106 works by 16 artists for museums and communities across the UK through its Rapid Response Fund

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