Jon Pilkington (b. 1990) is a British born artist currently living and working in Copenhagen, Denmark.
In July, Lydia Cowpertwait of Dais Contemporary was on the judging panel with four other judges for the Free Range Fine Art Week 2017.
Dais Contemporary has been invited to join the Art Week selection panel for Free Range 2017.
Today we visited the Whitechapel Bell Foundry to collect some sample bells for a project that we are currently working on in the area.
Last week, we attended the half-day conference ‘Investing in Place: How do we deliver public spaces for all Londoners?’ organised by New London Arch
Yesterday, Prime Minister Theresa May triggered Article 50, beginning the process that will officially take Britain out of the EU in March 2019.
Yesterday, we were invited to attend the first of a series of ‘The Counterpoint Sessions’ at Whitechapel Gallery; a new initiative designed to bring
Today, we visited ‘Premiums: Interim Projects’ which features the work of artists at the midpoint of their st
We are pleased to announce our membership with New London Architecture (NLA).
The collection of commissioned artworks for our latest project, Hotel Sanders, are now in production.
Aimée Parrott (b.1987) is a London based artist whose work combines multiple processes including printmaking techniques such as silk screening and mono pr
Today, we visited the Deptford site of Cockpit Arts and came across some new and familiar artists.
Dais Contemporary is pleased to announce a new commission with Danish artist Thorbjørn Andersen for 3 South Place,
3 Feb 2016 – 10 Apr 2016
Dais Contemporary have been invited to participate as part of the Spring/Summer 2016 selection panel for
Dais Contemporary installed a large hanging sculptural work by Japanese artist Kentaro Yamada and five large textile wall hangings by Greek artist
Dais Contemporary started working on the Fulham Riverside development in December 2014.