Following on from her Tate retrospective, Rego returns to Arnolfini in Bristol nearly 40 after her first exhibition there with an exhibition exploring on her print making.
Caryl Hubbard CBE, 1933-2021
Awarded a CBE for her services to the arts, Hubbard first joined the CAS in 1972, serving as Chair between 1982 and 1988.
Ryan Gander appointed to create new public artwork for London
Ryan Gander was invited to the role following a curatorial process led by Contemporary Art Society Consultancy.
Alexandra Bircken’s The Doctor donated to the Hunterian Museum in Glasgow through the Valeria Napoleone XX Contemporary Art Society Scheme
VN XX CAS encourages debate on the gender imbalance in UK museum collections
Rachel Jones: SMIIILLLLEEEE at Thadeus Ropac, London
Jones’ paintings are thrilling at scale, leading the eye in a darting journey across the canvas.
Chioma Ebinama: A Spiral Shell at Maureen Paley, London
Large scale paintings are suspended in space at Chioma Ebinama’s first exhibition at Maureen Paley, allowing the viewer to see both sides of the works against a backdrop of gorgeous pastel-coloured walls.
Gladys Nilsson: Games at Hales Gallery, London
There is a fascination with bodies, in particular the female body, fabulous and constricting, in the collages of Gladys Nilsson on show at Hales London gallery.
Manchester Art Gallery is holding a major retrospective of Derek Jarman’s practice, featuring bodies of work never before seen in public. Jarman helped to define a new era in British…
The CAS commissions two textile works by Anya Paintsil for Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery, Carlisle
I am the Predator, not the Prey I and II are both self-portraits that remind the viewer of the struggles and frustrations of the beauty standards that are placed on women of colour and Black women.
Consultancy Head Colin Ledwith to take part in final COP26 British Council and Fundacion Espacio seminar
On 1 December, Head of Consultancy Colin Ledwith will be taking part in the British Council and Fundacion Espacio’s final collaborative seminar considering UK and Venezuelan responses to environment and…
Billie Zangewa: Running Water at Lehmann Maupin, London
While the familiarity of everyday events can seem simple and mundane, Zangewa’s work speaks to the fundamental importance of women’s labour and feminist perspectives in a globalised society.
Tania Kovats: Oceanic at Parafin, London
With themes around maritime culture, water pollution and coral bleaching at centre stage, Oceanic is a critical reflection on how art can speak to our critical climate crisis and is a timely artistic comment on socio-political and environmental concerns.