From Istanbul Museum of Modern Art and Rome National Museum of 21st Century Arts, to Mansion House and the Royal Academy in London, David Cass has exhibited in a wide range of multidisciplinary venues and festivals. Parisian author and historian Roger Rotmann comments that "in order to comprehend the true core of Cass’ work – the tension, the voltage that runs through it – one must observe it in the flesh". Cass creates three-dimensional wall-based artworks depicting land, city and sea, using mostly antique materials. He recently received Winsor & Newton’s top award at the Royal Watercolour Society in London for his original projects in the watercolour medium. Cass is represented chiefly by The Scottish Gallery in Edinburgh (where he is based), where he has now held four exhibitions since graduating in 2010 from Edinburgh College of Art. He recently exhibited there as part of the gallery's 175th anniversary celebrations.
Upon graduation David received a Royal Scottish Academy scholarship to Florence, Italy. This event had great influence on his practice – his current projects still make reference to the city – furthermore, since those first weeks spent working abroad as a newly graduated artist, Cass has made travel a key component of his practice, as well as his exhibition activities. He has participated in projects worldwide, and has artworks in many important collections. Exhibition, project, event & award details can be found by exploring the above menu. In January, Cass presented his new book 'Perimetri Perduti' (based on the Florence flood of 1966) in The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh.