homeplace at V.O Curations, London
Homeplace embodies the framework of Black domesticity as a starting point, but extends to a multivocal lens over the diversity of Artists and perspectives in the exhibition.
The CAS supports the donation of a provocative 3D tapestry by Goshka Macuga to Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery
‘Make Tofu Not War’ is rich in layered narratives, associations and references, from environmental catastrophe to debates on personhood.
Lots of art donated by the CAS are on display in museums across the UK this month, including important works by Olafur Eliasson and John Akomfrah
Shara Hughes at the Garden Museum, London, in partnership with Pilar Corrias
In this quiet space Hughes’s monumental painting invite us to confront ourselves with our own feelings and solace in nature in these unpredictable times.
Here Be Dragons, a Reprise at Copperfield, London
The title of the show refers to the medieval practice of depicting dragons on unfamiliar areas of maps, as a reference to perspective bias and the need to unlearn colonial attitudes
Jennifer Steinkamp | Stefano Arienti | Felix De Clercq at greengrassi, London
There are three artists presented in greengrassi’s latest exhibition, all working in very different ways but brought together by their subject matter: the natural world.
Alice Channer: Megaflora at Large Glass, London
Alice Channer’s new exhibition Megaflora shows sculptures that revel in the complexities and processes of the natural world
The CAS donates a film and work on paper by Hannah Quinlan & Rosie Hastings to The Box, Plymouth
The artists are a multidisciplinary artist duo, interrogating the iconography of queer culture through sound, moving image, live events and, incredibly skilful drawings.
An Infinity of Traces at Lisson Gallery, London
What a sense of euphoria, to be able to go out to a gallery and see a new show. This exhibition curated by Ekow Eshun provides a platform for artists who speak to the concerns that have dominated discourse in the art world since last summer.
CHOOSE ART Campaign raises over £200,000 to support artists and museums during the Covid-19 pandemic
The CHOOSE ART campaign will ensure that when museums across the UK reopen, they are able to reach out to their communities through new acquisitions, playing a vital role in civic healing and mental wellbeing as well as bringing new life to high streets.
Our museums and galleries form the heart of our communities, we must do everything we can to support them
Our CHOOSE ART campaign will bring them closer to the people that they serve