100 Years of the Contemporary Art Society: What's Next? Inside Public Collections

100 Years of the Contemporary Art Society: What's Next? Inside Public Collections
Library Shelf Location 13.GBCO
Publication Date 2011
Description 100 Years of the Contemporary Art Society - What's Next? Inside Public Collections features the extensive output of these interventions alongside vital conversations about curating, patronage and the cultural identity of Museums and the significance of collections on the artist and creative practitioner. The book also includes its own collection of works on paper from some of the UKs most important and emerging artists, all of whom have been supported by the Contemporary Art Society. The Contemporary Art Society has worked as a catalyst for the visual arts in the UK, continuing to develop and support audiences, artists, curators, collectors and collections alike. Timely in its nature and explorative in its method, this book is essential for anyone interested in public art collections today and curious about their future. Featured artists, writers and curators include: Claire Barclay, David Batchelor, Pavel Buchler, Yane Calovski, Marcus Coates, Richard Cork, Michael Dean, Katy Dove, Seamus Harahan, Andy Holden, Fiona Jardine, Elisa Kay, Torsten Lauschmann, Rosalind Nashashibi, Elizabeth Price, Hannah Rickards, Lindsay Seers, Sarah Skinner, Bob and Roberta Smith, Jon Thompson, Emily Wardill and Sally O'Reilly. Published by the Contemporary Art Society in association with C. T. Editions. Distributed by Thames and Hudson.
ISBN 9780954707132
Quantity 1
Pages 370
Editors Lucy Byatt, Charlotte Troy
Format Paperback
Publisher Contemporary Art Society
Category Galleries/Museums/Private Collections
Related Country/Global Region Britain/UK
Language English

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