NEWS Ludovica Gioscia ‘Women to Watch 2020: Paper Work’ at Sotheby’s, London
Gioscia has been selected for the exhibition ‘Women to Watch 2020: Paper Work’ at Sotheby’s, London curated by Natasha Howes, open 13 – 18 September 2019.
PRESS Review of Nadim Abbas ‘Poor Toy’
“The gadgets we use seem to exist in an alternate reality in which parts of our everyday life are outlived due to an endless capability to reproduction in continuous similarity and perfection. Through their ultimately standardized existence, our own failure is apparent.”
– Miriam Stierle’s review of ‘Poor Toy’ at VITRINE, Basel, is published in FAD Magazine. Read here
NEWS Ludovica Gioscia is included in ‘100 Sculptors of Tomorrow’
“100 SCULPTORS OF TOMORROW will be an insightful, diverse, and inspiring survey of emerging and unknown talent working in the field of sculpture, selected by a distinguished and knowledgeable panel of international jurors, and is the culmination of a major undertaking to identify the 100 most exciting, up-and-coming sculptors presently at work.”
Ludovica Gioscia has been included in the publication ‘100 Sculptors of Tomorrow’, a new publication authored by Kurt Beers, Director of Beers London, and published by Thames & Hudson. Read more here
NEWS Wil Murray exhibited at Art Gallery of Alberta
Wil Murray has been included in the group show ‘Re:Calculations’, which features a selection of the museums recent acquisitions of contemporary art by Art Gallery of Alberta, curated by Catherine Crowston. More information here
PRESS VITRINE’s Frieze Sculpture 2019 presentation of Charlie Godet Thomas
Charlie Godet Thomas’ work ‘Cloud Study (Partner Dance)’, 2019 has been mentioned and featured in Something Curated, Forbes, Art Critique, Art Daily, Artibune and Resnicow for his participation with VITRINE in Frieze Sculpture 2019.
PRESS FT Weekend ‘Life & Arts’ highlight VITRINE’s Frieze Sculpture presentation
FT Weekend ‘Life & Arts’ highlight VITRINE’s Frieze Sculpture presentation of Charlie Godet Thomas in ‘Critics’ Choice’ feature by Jackie Wullschlager.
“ “My Luck’s Changed” and “A Little Rain Never Hurt Anybody” read the cloud-shaped weather vanes, trickling laser-cut raindrops, as they swing together in the wind.
‘Cloud Study(Partner Dance)’ is British-Bermudan artist Charlie Godet Thomas’s pair of whimsical signposts pointing north and south to Frieze’s delightful exhibition unfolding around Regent’s Park’s English Garden. “
Read more here
NEWS Tim Etchells new book of short stories ‘Endland’
“A series of cautionary tales for our digital age, Endland is comical and brutal, set in strangely familiar locations that at times seem like Thatcher-era Northern towns under military rule or post-Brexit council estates after a Farage party bender. … These grotesque stories are close to the bone, and help get close to the heart of the times we are living in.”
Tim Etchells will be releasing a new book of short stories titled ‘Endland’ published by And Other Stories on the 19 November 2019. A pre-launch event will be held Drama Studios, Sheffield on 26 October, 3-4pm. The actual launch will be held on Wednesday 27 November at Vout o Renees, London, 6pm-onwards.
More information here
PRESS The Evening Standard features VITRINE’s Frieze Sculpture 2019 presentation of Charlie Godet Thomas
“Frieze Sculpture turns the English Garden in Regent’s Park into a “museum without walls”, says its artistic director, Jo Stella-Sawicka. Make sure you don’t miss Charlie Godet Thomas’s Cloud Study, right, from Vitrine gallery in Bermondsey, …”
VITRINE’s presentation of Charlie Godet Thomas for Frieze Sculpture 2019 highlighted in the Evening Standard newspaper on Wednesday 26th June 2019. Press clipping here
NEWS VITRINE is the recipient of Mtec Bursary 2019
VITRINE is the recipient of Frieze Sculpture 2019’s ‘Mtec Bursary 2019’ which supports the participation of young, London galleries in Frieze Sculpture. More information here
NEWS Charlie Godet Thomas screening at Thkio Ppalies
Charlie Godet Thomas’ video Watching for Lovecars (2014) will be screened as part of ‘Acts of Recognition’ at Thkio Ppalies, GD. More information here