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Sculpture purchases are VAT free

(c) Cass Sculpture park

(c) Cass Sculpture park

Due to the challenging economic climate, the Cass Sculpture Foundation is pleased to announce that it will not be charging VAT on purchases of monumental sculpture and maquettes made during the coming winter months, until the Foundation re-opens to the public in April 2009.

The Foundation is open by appointment throughout the winter months, and private visits can be arranged to view the pieces currently for sale on the grounds by contacting one of our staff members.

Monumental sculptures from artists such as Tony Cragg, Bill Woodrow and Eduardo Paolozzi are examples of the pieces which are currently available under this new scheme. Additionally, VAT will not be applicable on purchases of maquettes by artists such as Eilís O’Connell, Sean Henry and Zadok Ben-David available through our online boutique.

The Cass Sculpture Foundation’s £11 million investment for London

O2, (c) O2

O2, (c) O2

‘Congratulations to the Cass Sculpture Foundation for taking the initiative to commission sculptures now in anticipation of 2012. I look forward to seeing the works and I am happy to pay tribute to the remarkable vision of Wilfred and Jeannette Cass.’
The Right Hon Tessa Jowell, Minister for the Olympics

The Cass Sculpture Foundation’s £11 million investment for London

17 November 2008

‘Congratulations to the Cass Sculpture Foundation for taking the initiative to commission sculptures now in anticipation of 2012. I look forward to seeing the works and I am happy to pay tribute to the remarkable vision of Wilfred and Jeannette Cass.’
The Right Hon Tessa Jowell, Minister for the Olympics

The Cass Sculpture Foundation will be commissioning 40-50 monumental sculptures from the best emerging and established sculptors in preparation for its London 2010 – 2012 programme. Over the next three years this commissioning initiative will produce 15 – 20 sculptures annually by over 40 artists. These will include works by esteemed sculptors such as Sarah Staton, Steven Gregory, Tim Morgan, Tony Cragg, and Phillip King. Wilfred and Jeannette Cass, the founders of the Cass Sculpture Foundation, have invested £11 million in this groundbreaking venture which will facilitate the placing of acclaimed sculpture throughout the capital; including key sites such as Wembley stadium and King’s Cross station.

The Cass Sculpture Foundation

The Cass Sculpture Foundation's £11 million investment for London

O2, (c) O2

O2, (c) O2

‘Congratulations to the Cass Sculpture Foundation for taking the initiative to commission sculptures now in anticipation of 2012. I look forward to seeing the works and I am happy to pay tribute to the remarkable vision of Wilfred and Jeannette Cass.’
The Right Hon Tessa Jowell, Minister for the Olympics

The Cass Sculpture Foundation’s £11 million investment for London

17 November 2008

‘Congratulations to the Cass Sculpture Foundation for taking the initiative to commission sculptures now in anticipation of 2012. I look forward to seeing the works and I am happy to pay tribute to the remarkable vision of Wilfred and Jeannette Cass.’
The Right Hon Tessa Jowell, Minister for the Olympics

The Cass Sculpture Foundation will be commissioning 40-50 monumental sculptures from the best emerging and established sculptors in preparation for its London 2010 – 2012 programme. Over the next three years this commissioning initiative will produce 15 – 20 sculptures annually by over 40 artists. These will include works by esteemed sculptors such as Sarah Staton, Steven Gregory, Tim Morgan, Tony Cragg, and Phillip King. Wilfred and Jeannette Cass, the founders of the Cass Sculpture Foundation, have invested £11 million in this groundbreaking venture which will facilitate the placing of acclaimed sculpture throughout the capital; including key sites such as Wembley stadium and King’s Cross station.

The Cass Sculpture Foundation