We are delighted to announce that VITRINE now represents Nadim Abbas. Abbas is a Hong Kong installation artist, who uses a diverse range of media spanning performance, installation and sculpture, and is interested in how urban living conditions have produced specific social trends and subcultures. More information here.
Kate Cooper’s solo exhibition at VITRINE, London, has been featured in Widewalls. Read more here.
“Never before has there been so much emptiness among so much mental wealth at the Kunstverein Braunschweig.” (“So viel Leere bei so viel gedanklicher Fülle war nie im Kunstverein Braunschweig.”) Hannoversche Allgemeine has published an article about ’Together Apart’, Tim Etchells’ institutional solo exhibition at Kunstverein Braunschweig (DE). Read the full article (in German) by Michael Stoeber here.
VITRINE has been included in Jessica Rayner’s ‘Top 9 Revolutionary Art Spaces’ for After Nyne, alongside Tate Modern’s Switch House, Pace Gallery and Hauser & Wirth. The article is included in After Nyne Issue 14. Order a copy here.
“Cooper’s captivating and hyperreal imagery investigates the history of care work, female forms of labour and visual merchandising”. Luxury London has named Kate Cooper’s upcoming solo exhibition at VITRINE, London as one of seven ‘Unmissable Art Exhibitions to see in London this April’. Read the article here.
Art Matter magazine has published an article about ‘Pylon and Pier’, Lucy Tomlins’ public sculpture commission for the second phase of SCULPTURE AT Bermondsey Square. Read the piece here.
Alys Williams, the founding director of VITRINE, talks with FAD magazine about SCULPTURE AT. Read more here.
“Cooper’s hyperreal imagery is eerie and arresting, with bright colours and intense detail used to communicate the chosen subject matter, calling into question the role of women in today’s digital age as well as the rapidly evolving technology which surrounds us.” Kate Cooper’s upcoming solo exhibition at VITRINE, London has been included AnOther Magazine’s ‘Brilliant Things To Do in April’. Read the full article here.