Payne investigates the relationship between domestic objects and spaces in relation to the idea of animism – the attribution of a living soul to plants, inanimate objects and natural phenomena.
The CAS acquires a work on paper inspired by ancient Asian art by Rina Banerjee for The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent
The lines between male and female, human and divine are blurred, rendering strong depictions of our contemporary world through the artist’s eyes.
CAS Consultancy appoints Sinta Tantra to deliver new commission for 22 Bishopsgate
Consultancy is delighted to announce the appointment of Sinta Tantra, who has been commissioned to develop a series of works for the City of London’s newest office tower, 22 Bishopsgate….
Brittney Leeanne Williams
Her practice explores trauma, grief and memory through the recurring motif of large, anonymous, red figures that loom over surreal spaces.
Seven storey mural by Tod Hanson delivered for the LSE
Sited at the heart of the LSE campus, Spectra reflects the School’s position as a globally respected academic institution and a fixture of London’s architectural landscape.
The CAS acquires an evocative painting by Kaye Donachie for the Pallant House Gallery, Chichester
Donachie’s dreamlike paintings re-imagine modernist female protagonists, transcending their fierce ambition and dreams into the present.
The CAS acquires 106 works by 16 artists for museums and communities across the UK through its Rapid Response Fund
Work by Claudette Johnson, Michelle Sank, Keith Piper, Harold Offeh, Jeremy Deller, Phlegm and Frances Disley all included in this final round of acquisitions
The CAS Rapid Response Fund supports supports museums and communities in six further cities including Sonia Boyce in Middlesbrough and Shawanda Corbett in Preston
Over £90,000 has been spent in this round and these six acquisitions build on an initial three announced at the beginning of June
#CASatHome with Olivia Heron, Assistant Curator at MIMA
Olivia talks about the impact that a set of three works by the artist Chiara Camoni entitled Sisters (2017) has had with the museum’s audiences
Public Art Forum: Public Space and Culture After the Virus
A panel of distinguished speakers considered the future of the urban realm and the role of culture in supporting new behaviours and ways of considering social space.
#CASatHome: Monolog (2009), by Laure Prouvost
Prouvost parodies her own role as a director and the role of the audience as she directs attention to the screening space itself.
The CAS acquires two works on paper by Barbara Walker and a painting by Joy Gerrard for the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery
In recent years Bristol Museum & Art Gallery has been developing its international contemporary art collection with a strong postcolonial perspective.