Mark Wallinger, The World Turned Upside Down, London
Catherine Yass, Legacy, London
Ryan Gander working with South London Gallery to co-create content for new artwork with local school children
Bedwyr Williams,Do The Little Things, St David's Cathedral
Simon Fujiwara, A Spire, Leeds
Conrad Shawcross, Three Perpetual Chords, London
Matt Franks, Fooooom!!!, London
Gillian Wearing, Suffrage Memorial, London
David Batchelor, Richard of York Gave Battle in Vain, Eddington
We’re proud advocates for the power of art in public spaces and we’ve delivered some of London’s most important commissions over the past decade. Our technical expertise is matched by our commitment to the social impact art brings to the public arena. We work with world-recognised artists to imagine and deliver art for all. We’re recognised leaders in the field and understand that arts and culture are central to placemaking and community building. Our clients share this vision and want to make a difference - delivering social value is at the heart of what we do, whether it’s temporary or permanent, online or on-site. Public space is changing and we’re delivering great art for great places.
CAS are adept in teasing out the client’s
requirements, sourcing high quality artists that will be able to respond to the
vision and values of the client. They organised an artists’ competition,
shortlisting and selection, and then worked with the donor, client and selected
artist – Mark Wallinger in this case – skilfully mediating the different
priorities of each of the parties to achieve an outstanding result.
Julian Robinson Estates
Director, London School of Economics and Political Science
We deliver outstanding public realm projects that
reflect our clients’ ambitions. We offer bespoke solutions that are tailored to
the needs of each project, from developing artist briefs and convening
selection panels to advising on budgets, contracting, planning permissions,
fabrication and installation.
We act as liaison between clients, artists, design
teams and stakeholder groups and can advise on best practice and marketing and
Consultancy has delivered art in public across the UK, from our work with Gillian Wearing at Parliament Square for the Mayor’s Office, to one of the first temporary commissions programmes for the Economist Plaza. We’ve partnered with the University of Cambridge and the London School of Economics and Political Science to deliver their public art programmes and commissioned public works for the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Our clients have included local authorities, private developers and charities. We know every project presents unique challenges and so offer a bespoke consultation service that can help guide prospective clients.
You will find the Gallery below linking to our past projects, commissions and work, providing access to the case study texts and imagery. You also can access
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Developers: Winter & Hoerbelt
Local Authorities: Kenny Hunter
Universities: Ruth Proctor
Our senior team have specialist consultants in areas of public art and the delivery is *always Bespoke
Commissioning work for the public realm is in our
blood. We guide clients through the process from identifying their aims and
ambitions with a detailed delivery plan to establishing diverse oversight panels
for stakeholders to manage the evolution of a commission. We act as the main point of contact between artists, commissioners and stakeholder groups. We manage each project from inception to completion, overseeing and reporting on artist contracting, artist brief development, budgets, materials, engineering, fabrication and integration to planning requirement.
We ensure maintenance guidance accompanies all our commissions and work with you to develop marketing and communications strategies to promote each unique project.