‘SMUT’ is a two-person exhibition of emerging British artists Jamie Fitzpatrick and Lindsey Mendick, whose practices explore a shared interest in gender, high and low cultural histories, and the relevance of the figure in image-making. Opening during Art Basel at Vitrine gallery Basel.”
Jamie Fitzpatrick and Lindsey Mendick featured in FAD Magazine. Read more here.
Tim Etchells has been selected for Frieze Sculpture 2018, curated by Clare Lilley and presented by VITRINE. He will produce one of his large-scale outdoor text-works titled ‘Everything Is Lost’, which will be on display in Regents Park, London (July-October 2018). VITRINE is delighted to present in this section of Frieze London, which furthers our commitment to presenting work outside the traditional white cube gallery model. Read more here.
Drawing from playground designs as well as the history of the site (a former Prison), Hong Kong artist Nadim Abbas has created different modules of multipurpose seating arrangements, titled ‘P-Scape’ and open to the public at 大館 Tai Kwun, Hong Kong. Read more here.
Tim Etchells and choreographer/dancer Meg Stuart will demonstrate what “the dialogue of two tried-and-proven stage vocabularies” can be in a new performance work, ‘Shown and Told’, presented in various formats live on stage at Gessnerallee, Zürich. Book tickets here.
Tim Etchells’ sound installation ‘What Can’ and neon installation ‘Best of All’ are commissioned by the KunstFestSpiele Hannover 2018. The works are on display at the stunning location of the Arne Jacobsen Foyer at Herrenhausen until 4 June 2018. More information here.
Tim Etchells and pianist Marino Formenti, both known for their improvisational treatment of performance forms, will present their first joint project ‘Left to Tell‘ on 17 and 18 February 2018 in various formats live on stage at Volkbühne, Berlin, and online.
“Maya Rochat’s art is meant to be experienced, not just seen. In her work, she challenges the traditional notion and medium of photography by creating ephemeral, transient installations that come alive through the use of space and light. Nature is one of her main inspirations; she celebrates its fluidity and ever-changing states by playing with the chemical processes of image-making, taking a cue from the surroundings to create truly immersive pieces of art—pieces that can even be worn, as she demonstrates herself. We find out more about how she came to love photography, and later, completely reimagine it.”
Maya Rochat interview in DISINI, Read more here.
Tim Etchells work ’Some Imperatives’ is included in the group exhibition ‘Transcript’ at Charlie Smith London. The exhibition, which also includes work by Matt Calderwood, Mark Titchner, and Mark Wallinger among others, opens on Friday 25 May and runs until 23 June. Read more here.