Alys Williams, VITRINE’s Founding Director, has been on Resonance 104.4fm discussing Frieze Art Fair, our partition in Frieze Sculpture 2018 & 2019 and VITRINE’s upcoming exhibition ‘NON-STOP-SUPER-DE-LUX’, a solo show by Charlie Godet Thomas.
Or listen to the conversation anytime here: https://www.mixcloud.com/Resonance/
Nadim Abbas has been included in the group show ‘Phantom Plane, Cyberpunk in the Year of the Future’ at Tai Kwun, Hong-Kong. The exhibition will open on Friday 4 October 6-9pm and run until 4 January 2020. Other artists involved include: Bettina von Arnim, Chan Wai Kwong, Chen Wei, Cui Jie, Aria Dean, Ho Rui An, Tishan Hsu, Tetsuya Ishida, JODI, Lee Bul, Seiko Mikami, Takehiko Nakafuji, Shinro Ohtake, Yuri Pattison, Sondra Perry, Seth Price, Jon Rafman, Hiroki Tsukuda, Nurrachmat Widyasena and Zheng Mahler. More information here
VITRINE has been invited to participate in DAMA 2019 where we will present new work by Sam Porritt. DAMA runs from the 30 October – 3 November and will be held at Palazzo Coardi di Carpeneto, Via Maria Vittoria 26, 10123 Torino, Italy. More information here
Ludovica Gioscia’s solo show ‘The Tenderness of Insects’ at VIRTINE, Basel has been featured in Wall Street International. Read more here
Nadim Abbas’ solo show ‘Poor Toy’ at VITRINE, Basel has been featured in Art Viewer. More information here
“Peer into the glass vitrine in Bermondsey Square and it’s like coming across a preserved stone age dig.” Art critic Tabish Khan includes Emii Alrai Tutelaries at VITRINE in FAD’s ‘The Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London in September’. Read here
“Objects whose presence alludes to protection; sculptures attached to a materiality that presents an alien temporality; an installation that could be read as an illegible script from the past.”
Emii Alrai’s solo show ‘Tutelaries’ at VITRINE, London has been reviewed in Corridor8 by writer and curator Angélica Fajardo. Read more here
Gioscia has been selected for the exhibition ‘Women to Watch 2020: Paper Work’ at Sotheby’s, London curated by Natasha Howes, open 13 – 18 September 2019.