Toys (Are Us)
Cass MA Fine Art alumna Nye Thompson is exhibiting as part of Toys (Are Us) at The Crypt Gallery, St Pancras Church.
Toys (Are Us) is an analysis of objects of play. Through the curation of new and existing works by an international cast of contemporary artists, this exhibition explores the impact toys and games have on human development, contemporary society and the environment. Installed within the historic maze-like Crypt Gallery in Euston, you’ll encounter a multidisciplinary survey of works that are also for sale.
Toys (Are Us) is an exhibition made by Kosha Hussain and co-curated by Chloé Dall’olio.
The featured artists are:
Mike Chavez-Dawson, Jamie Crawford, Hannah Davis, Antonio Riello, David Dipre, Bettina Fung Wan Shan, Matt Gee, Kosha Hussain, Miyuki Kasahara, Charlie Murphy, Hugh Rose, Tim A Shaw, Dorothy Bhawl (with a project in collaboration with Francesco De Molfetta and Andy Fumagalli), Site Specific, Nye Thompson, Vinny Montag, Jacob Daley, and Zannah Cooper.
|Private View||19 November, 6 - 9pm|
|Open||20 - 21 November, 10am - 6pm|
|Venue||The Crypt Gallery St Pancras Church|
Recent news from The Cass
New exhibition at Korean Cultural Centre UK curated by students of Cass MA Curating the Contemporary taught in partnership with Whitechapel Gallery.
Dr Karen McNally publishes article on Frank Sinatra in the US edition of The Conversation.
Film and Broadcast graduates David Chandler and Miguel Schertel come together to form Kind Sir Productions.
Laura Applegate wins the first Flyposting Commission with her imagined sketch of a future London.
Film alumna Colette Pacini works with Popsophia festival to create Star Wars themed festival trailer.
Film lecturer appears in BBC Radio 2 documentary to commemorate Frank Sinatra centenary.
Annual Christmas Concert by celebrated Cass Architectural Choir / Research Project sells out.
Success for Cass alumna in Prestigious Curating Award
Artist and The Cass lecturer commissioned to create new work for solo exhibition responding to permanent collection at Grundy Gallery in Blackpool.
Assemble, a collective which includes staff and alumni from The Cass' School of Architecture nominated for major art prize.
The Cass students projects unveiled at Holloway campus.
Industry experts joined The Cass staff and students for a series of lectures on the skill of making.
Cass Alumna's latest film to be shown on TV on Christmas Day!
A Day of workshops and talks from The Architects Project (#tap), hosted at The Cass.