Hobson’s Choice: Anselm Kiefer at White Cube, Bermondsey
The sheer scale of the new Anselm Kiefer exhibition will knock you sideways.
December 2011 – January 2012
CAS Recommends ten public or non-profit exhibitions in the UK
Hobson’s Choice: Mhairi Vari at Domobaal
If you have a chance before the Christmas break, do swing by the new exhibition at DOMOBAAL
Contemporary Art Society’s Latest Consultancy Projects
Sneinton Market, Nottingham Our work with Nottingham City Council and Patel Taylor architects led to the appointment of Neville Gabie as lead artist on the regeneration of Sneinton Market Square. The resulting commission Orchard launches in December 2011. Championing the market’s long history as a centre for food production Orchard celebrates the planting of apple trees in the square and more widely as part of the artist’s Apple Tree Adoption Scheme. The project is launched with an event programme on the 9th, 10th and 11th December featuring renowned artists, writers and experts on urban food growing exploring the theme of the Orchard through commissions, exhibitions, screenings, and artist market, feast and symposium. For more details on the programme of events and to book at place on the Symposium click here.
Recent Acquisitions, Gifts and Bequests
Kerry Tribe, The Last Soviet, acquired for the Imperial War Museum, London and John Smith, The Black Tower acquired for the Ferens Art Gallery, Hull
Hobson’s Choice: Gert and Uwe Tobias at Maureen Paley
The new show at Maureen Paley is the first solo presentation in London of the work of the much admired Romanian twin artists, Gert and Uwe Tobias.
Hobson’s Choice: Catherine Opie at Stephen Friedman
Stephen Friedman Gallery has just opened a new exhibition of early and current work by Catherine Opie
Hobson’s Choice: Tomma Abts at greengrassi
Tomma Abts won the Turner Prize in 2006 – one of just a handful of painters in its long history
Hobson’s Choice: Paul Noble at Gagosian, Britannia Street
Paul Noble is well known for his painstakingly detailed pencil drawings of his imaginary metropolis – Nobson Newtown
Available Now: 100 YEARS OF THE CONTEMPORARY ART SOCIETY – WHAT’S NEXT? INSIDE PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
The Contemporary Art Society launch their centenary publication 100 YEARS OF THE CONTEMPORARY ART SOCIETY – WHAT’S NEXT? INSIDE PUBLIC COLLECTIONS at the Contemporary Art Society’s Annual Award for Museums 2011.
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