“Every piece exhibited is crying out for attention from the viewer, as if they are lonely and desperate for love, and every corner of the space is filled with flamboyant florals, fluid curves of golds and pastels and almost unidentifiable juicy materials.”
Great review of SMUT by Claudia Dance-Wells in Widewalls. SMUT, duo show of Patrick Fitzjamie and Lindsey Mendick is on view at VITRINE in Basel until September 2nd, 2018. Read more here.
Tim Etchells sculpture for Frieze Sculpture Park, ‘Everything is Lost’, is featured in Archinect Magazine. Read more here.
Image gallery of Jamie Fitzpatrick and Lindsey Mendick ‘SMUT’ at VITRINE Basel in Tzvetnik. Read more here.
Tim Etchells “Everything is Lost” is featured in The Art Newspaper ‘In pictures: Frieze sculpture 2018″. Read more here.
“The works are a novel take on an issue plaguing large parts of the population, offering alternative superior tenures. Wilke says that the “vessel is a habitable place”, somewhere that houses the body. A home to hold the future. A future where city architecture is planned with care for the public and social policies focus on cultural assimilation and housing equality in sustainable, environmentally friendly ways.” Will Clarke reviews Hanae Wilkes ‘Close Quarters’ at VITRINE London for FAD Magazine. Read more here.
Charlie Godet Thomas will present in ‘BELLY UP’ a two-person exhibition with Bryn Lloyd-Evans at Lacuna, London, opening 12 July and runs until 29 July 2018.
Clare Kenny will be presented in ‘common place’ a group exhibition including works by Fatma Shanan, Janine Mackenroth and Douglas Argüelles Cruz at Residency Unlimited NY, opening 11 July and runs until 16 July 2018. Read more here.
“Last year, our first-ever summer Frieze Sculpture was a resounding success, with more than five million visitors enjoying exceptional sculpture by artists from around the world. The 2018 edition is just as expansive and diverse, so that the public and collectors alike can experience world-class artwork in the beautiful English Gardens, designed by Markham Nesfield in 1866. My hope is that the exhibition will give pause for thought as well as great pleasure, and that visitors to Regent’s Park will have a snapshot of the fantastic imagination of artists and variety of sculpture being made today.” Read more here: Something Curated, What to Expect From The Return Of Frieze Sculpture This Summer.