VITRINE’s Founding Director Alys Williams has been profiled in Programm Zeitung by Isabel Zürcher. This article is in German. Read more here
“In an immediate sense I’m fascinated with the way that in the real context of the city graffiti, or the slogan t-shirt, or the overheard sentence can have that very vivid and very problematic sort of presence. You don’t quite know what to do with that information. They’re sort of mysterious.”
Tim Etchells has been interviewed by Jennifer Hodgson in The Quietus about his new book ‘Endland’, published by And Other Stories and available now. Read more here
“We might at first think that Fitzpatrick’s work stems from these interactions with British iconography as a youth, seeing the male figure held in regard within the narrative of Empire, and how power was, and still is, visualised and portrayed. Instead, it was the similarity in everything except wealth and lifestyle that made his younger self more conscious of the divide.”
Jamie Fitzpatrick’s solo show ‘He He He He’ at Contemporary Forward in Touchstones Rochdale, UK, has been reviewed in this is tomorrow. Read more here
“What is the most impractical work of art you own? What makes it so challenging?
Nadim Abbas’ Human Rhinovirus 14. It consists of several industrial fans that blow beach balls into the air to interact with a video projection of enlarged virus imagery. We showed it in London briefly before we opened a restaurant, but now it’s in storage.”
Nadim Abbas has been mentioned by collector Alan Lo who was interviewed about his collection by Artnet News. Read more here
Nicole Bachmann has been included in the group exhibition ‘Tomorrow Is An Island, as inland, a sin land’ which is part of the Singapore Biennale 2019. The exhibition will run from 17 January – 22 March 2020 at ADM Gallery, SG. More information here
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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“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’.
“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’.