Daphne Ahlers: Depressions at Sundy, London
This exhibition by Berlin-based Ahlers plays with associations, assumptions and disguises, centring on gender and its social construct
Coco Crampton: Domestic Wears at Belmacz, London
Her bold experimenting with various textures and materials makes her sculptural language unique. This exquisite Gesamtkunstwerk at Belmacz positively demands to be seen.
Christina Quarles: I won’t fear Tumbling or Falling/If we’ll be joined in another world at Pilar Corrias, London
These are paintings that make you work hard, but prove the limitless versatility of the medium to radically shift with the times.
Pallant House Gallery will be exploring the influence of international modernism and Marcel Duchamp on the work of Richard Hamilton from 25 November. In London, Tate Modern presents the first major…
CAS Consultancy delivers three new site-specific commissions for Private Equity client
CAS Consultancy has developed the company’s contemporary art collection since 2013 and has been working with contemporary artists to create a series of bold, site specific responses to the office, its people and the ethos of the business.
We visit Eleanor in her Deptford studio to discuss how her practice is evolving and her CAS commission for Reading Museum: a sculpture commemorating Oscar Wilde through our Rapid Response Fund.
Our 2021 programme for curators
In a new partnership with the Decolonising Arts Institute at UAL, our professional development programme in 2021 will focus entirely on anti-racism and the decolonisation agenda in museums.
The CAS acquires a work on paper by Turner Prize winner Lubaina Himid CBE for the Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool
Inspired by her own family story, The Crown is part of a series of works that depict the relationship between a figure and an object arbitrary tied to Empire.
Mother Art Prize 2020 at Cromwell Place, London
The Mother Art Prize is the latest in a number of shows in the past year that have explored the evolving, ongoing and undeniably complex condition of motherhood.
Gary Hume: Archipelago at Sprüth Magers London
Hume has always had an uncomplicated relationship to the concept of beauty: he embraces it as naturally as breathing. But now conflict, the displacement of peoples, the misery of shattered lives, have all seeped into the work.
‘New initiatives to support artists’, a talk at Cromwell Place
How do we support artists at such a crucial time? And how can this support to artists – whether financial or social – develop as we face an even tougher year ahead?