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NEWS Tim Etchells will be exhibited with Meadow Arts

4 June 2019  |  Latest News

Tim Etchells work ‘Everything is Lost’, which was exhibited in Frieze Sculpture 2018, has been included in the exhibition ‘In Ruins’ at Witley Court, Worcestershire, UK and is organised by Meadow Arts. More information here


NEWS Ludovica Gioscia exhibited at Thames-side Studios Gallery

1 June 2019  |  Latest News

Ludovica Gioscia has been included in the group show ‘The Immeasurable’ at Thames-side Studios Gallery, London, UK, curated by Hannah Conroy and Linda Persson. More information here


NEWS Sam Porritt exhibited at Museum Bellpark

1 June 2019  |  Latest News

Sam Porritt has been included in the group exhibition ‘The Replacements’ at Museum Ballpark, Kriens, CH. More information here


PRESS Clare Kenny featured in Kunstbulletin 6/2019

31 May 2019  |  Latest News

“Beyond functional and economic laws, the audience is confronted with a proposal of reality that in everyday life rather corresponds to the materiality of a dream or fantasy.” (quote translated from German)

Clare Kenny’s exhibition ‘If I Was a Rich Girl’ at Kunst Raum Riehen is featured in Kunstbulletin 6/2019 (print magazine, German). Read more here


PRESS Clare Kenny featured in KubaParis

30 May 2019  |  Press

Clare Kenny’s exhibition ‘If I Was a Rich Girl’ at Kunst Raum Riehen has been featured in KubaParis. More information here


PRESS Clare Kenny featured in Verlagshaus Jaumann

30 May 2019  |  Press

Clare Kenny’s exhibition ‘If I was a Rich Girl’ at Kunst Raum Riehen has been featured in Verlagshaus Jaumann. More information here


PRESS Sam Porritt featured in N+1 Magazine

28 May 2019  |  Press

Sam Porritt has been featured in Tim Barker’s essay ‘Other People’s Blood’ for N+1 Magazine. Read the full piece here


PRESS ‘Performance art costs a lot to produce – but can it make money, too?’, Apollo Magazine

28 May 2019  |  Latest News

“… every performance requires a bespoke acquisition framework. This is both what is exciting about collecting performance, and prohibitive to many. … Many commercial galleries are already taking this challenge on, working with estates and archives as well as practicing artists. Lisson Gallery … Younger galleries such as Arcadia Missa, Vitrine, Seventeen, Arcade, and Bosse and Baum to name a few are all also doing a lot of work with this emerging generation.”

VITRINE is mentioned for its commitment to performance by Rose Lejeune in her article ‘Performance art costs a lot to produce – but can it make money, too?’. Feature on performance and the art market in Apollo Magazine.  Read more here