Jamie Fitzpatrick has a forthcoming solo show at Exeter Phoenix Gallery, UK, running 23 November 2018 – 3 February 2019.
In this solo exhibition, he presents new work in a suite of rooms that are loosely inspired by Moby Dick Herman Melville’s classic novel of obsession and revenge on the high seas. Elements of sound, video and movement animate Fitzpatrick’s themes, not only transforming sculptures into both actors and sets but extending this process to create complete environments within which sculptures may narrate, sing, and story-tell. Further information here
Vernissage TV has filmed Tim Etchells’ work ‘Everything is Lost’ at Frieze Sculpture and included it in their 8 minute video. Watch here
“The 16th edition of Frieze London opens to the public on Thursday, with some 160 galleries participating. If you leave the main tent hungry for more art, a 15-minute walk through Regent’s Park brings you to … Frieze Sculpture, which places outdoor installations by Virginia Overton, Tim Etchells, and others throughout the park. …”
Artsy highlight Tim Etchells in Frieze Sculpture 2018. Read Scott Indrisek’s feature ‘The 18 Best Booths at Frieze London and Frieze Masters’ here.
Tim Etchells and his Frieze Sculpture work ‘Everything Is Lost’, presented by Vitrine, is pictured in The Independent’s Frieze round-up. View here.
Maya Rochat will present her performance work ‘Living in a Painting’ at The Tanks at Tate Modern, to coincide with her being featured in Tate Modern’s current exhibition ‘Shape of Light’.
Further information and to book tickets here.
The exhibition ‘SHAPE OF LIGHT: 100 YEARS OF PHOTOGRAPHY AND ABSTRACT ART’ runs until 14 October 2018. Further information here.
Tim Etchells, Vitrine, and our presentation at a Performance Affair (September 2018) are included in Rose Lejeune’s insightful feature on “How to Collect Performance Art” for Independent Collectors. Read online here
“Can you buy performance art? A look into the financing of works that literally don’t stand still” A feature by Melanie Gerlis for FT, includes Tim Etchells, VITRINE and our presentation at A Performance Affair in September 2018. Read the piece in the clipping from The Financial Times’ Collecting Special here, or online here
Middlesbrough Art Weekender is an annual contemporary arts festival held in the post industrial town of Middlesbrough, located in the north east of England. Tim Etchells is one of the artist selected and will be presenting ‘More Noise’ neon work. Read more about #MAW and other artists involved here.