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NEWS Milly Peck is represented by VITRINE

21 November 2019  |  Latest News

VITRINE is delighted to announce representation of Milly Peck. Milly Peck (b. 1990, London, UK) is a British artist working across painting, sculpture and installation. Working at the slip between two and three-dimensions, Peck uses a modest colour palette creating cartoonish imagery to depict slapstick yet mundane scenes drawn from the everyday and domestic environment.

VITRINE will be presenting Peck’s first solo exhibition in Switzerland and with the gallery at VITRINE Basel, UK, in June 2020.

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PRESS Tim Etchells new book reviewed in NewStatesman

21 November 2019  |  Press

“What’s the opposite of nostalgia? I ask that question because Tim Etchell’s stories take me back to a time and place I thought I’d forgotten – but I really wouldn’t want to go back there.”

Tim Etchells new book ‘Endland’ has been reviewed by Jarvis Cocker in NewStatesman. Read more here

Jarvis Cocker wrote the introduction to ‘Endland’ which is now available to purchase and is published through ‘And Other Stories’.


PRESS Tim Etchells new book reviewed in The Guardian

19 November 2019  |  Press

“Funny and fantastical, this collection of urban fables turns a broken mirror on broken Britain”

Tim Etchells new book ‘Endland’ has been reviewed by Holly Williams in The Guardian. Read more here

‘Endland’ is available to buy now and is published through ‘And Other Stories’.


NEWS Announcing Performance Exchange

18 November 2019  |  Latest News

As a founding gallery, with over a year in development and an exclusive in FT Weekend, we are delighted to announce a new project Performance Exchange. Happening in July 2020 – with Director Rose Lejeune and partner founding galleries ARCADE, Seventeen and VITRINE – Performance Exchange is a dispersed performance project across commercial galleries in London, some of which will also be hosting performances from international galleries.

Highlighting the work done by commercial galleries to support multi-disciplinary and performance practice, Performance Exchange will create new forms of support for collecting performance art through a three day programme of presentations combined with detailed acquisition information for each work on an innovative digital platform. It will also create cross-sector dialogue on expanding collections through an Acquisitions Fund which will support three UK regional museums to each collect a new work.

VITRINE will present Tim Etchells in the first edition of Performance Exchange (July 2020)

Read more in Melanie Gerlis’ exclusive for the FT “The Art Market, Collecting” here // Follow Performance Exchange here


NEWS Nicole Bachmann is Represented by VITRINE

18 November 2019  |  Latest News

VITRINE is delighted to announce representation of Nicole Bachmann. Nicole Bachmann (b. 1973 Zurich, CH) is a Swiss artist working across video, text, sound and performance. She situates the body as a site of knowledge production used to explore alternative discourses within language and form.

VITRINE will be presenting a solo exhibition / new durational performance work by Bachmann at VITRINE London, UK, in March 2020.

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PRESS Ludovica Gioscia talks with Alys Williams, in WhiteHot Magazine

15 November 2019  |  Press

“This is possibly the most heartfelt show I’ve ever produced. It is a celebration of life, friendship and nature.”

Ludovica Gioscia has been interviewed by Alys Williams (Exhibition Curator and VITRINE Director) about her solo show ‘The Tenderness of Insects’ at VITRINE Basel. The interview has been published by WhiteHot Magazine. Read more here


NEWS Nicole Bachmann performance at Mimosa House

13 November 2019  |  Latest News

Nicole Bachmann has produced a new performance titled ‘or what is’ for Mimosa House which will be shown on Saturday 16 & Sunday 17 November. More information here


PRESS Jamie Fitzpatrick mentioned in Art Forum

12 November 2019  |  Press

“Power, Fitzpatrick reminds us, is laced into the urban fabric—it often hides in plainest sight.”

Jamie Fitzpatrick has been mentioned by Cal Revely Calder in their Art Forum review of ‘Object of Doubt’ at Danielle Arnaud, London, UK. Read more here