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NEWS Charlie Godet Thomas in residency at Atelier Mondial, Basel, Switzerland

29 August 2017  |  Latest News

Charlie Godet Thomas will be in residency at Atelier Mondial, Dreispitz, in Basel, Switzerland, where he will produce works for his solo show ‘Roman-fleuve’ at VITRINE Basel. Read more here.


NEWS Sam Porritt ‘The Lonely Target’ solo exhibition at c.o.m.p.o.s.i.t.e Brussels, Belgium

29 August 2017  |  Latest News

Sam Porritt’s solo exhibition ‘The Lonely Target’ at c.o.m.p.o.s.i.t.e in Brussels, Belgium, will open on Friday the 8th of September. Read more here.


NEWS Nadim Abbas at 7th Moscow International Biennale of Contemporary Art

29 August 2017  |  Latest News

Nadim Abbas will be featured as part of the main project of the 7th Moscow International Biennale of Contemporary Art titled ‘Clouds⇄Forests’ – this will take place in the New Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia from September 19th 2017 to January 18th 2018.

“The project CloudsForests focuses on a new eco-system formed through a circulation of ‘Cloud Tribes’, who were born on the Internet cloud space, and ‘Forest Tribes’ who are born on cultural origins.”

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NEWS Jamie Fitzpatrick ‘Grim Tales’ exhibition with Cassina Projects and ARTUNER

29 August 2017  |  Latest News

Jamie Fitzpatrick is showing works within group exhibition ‘Grim Tales’ at Cassina Projects with ARTUNER in New York – the show opens on September 7th.

“Malte Bruns, Patrizio Di Massimo, and Jamie Fitzpatrick weave visual narratives of power, desire, and dread through their artworks, often evoking an uncannily mysterious, playful, and yet serious atmosphere. Akin to fairy tales, the artworks featured in this exhibition offer more than what is visible on the surface: they hold a revealing mirror up to contemporary society.”

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NEWS Tim Etchells performance in ‘Everything we see could also be otherwise (My sweet little lamb)’ at The Showroom, London

29 August 2017  |  Latest News

Tim Etchells is doing an improvised performance ‘Work Files (Showroom)’ – curated by the Croatian curatorial collective WHW in collaboration with Kathrin Romberg, and Emily Pethick at The Showroom, London, UK. The performance will be on the opening night on September 19th from 6.30 – 8.30pm and the exhibition continues to run until November 11th.

“The Showroom presents Everything we see could also be otherwise (My sweet little lamb), a contextualisation and rethinking of the Vienna-based Kontakt Art Collection … The exhibition will be a dense installation of over fifty works, both historical and contemporary, incorporating diverse media including painting, photography, sculpture, video, performance and installation”

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NEWS Tim Etchells in Kunsthalle Mainz exhibition ‘To See or Not to be’

29 August 2017  |  Latest News

Tim Etchells is showing works including his neon ‘Let’s pretend’ in an exhibition titled ‘To See or Not to be’ at Kunsthalle Mainz, Germany – opening on September 1st until November 19th.

To See or Not to Be is an exhibition that brings together strategies for disappearance, dissolution and transformation. It first explores physical and mental disappearance, then goes on to consider our approach to these issues, a process that commences as soon as a particular form or material aide de memoire is no longer recognisable.”

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NEWS Jamie Fitzpatrick featured as one of 9 London visual artists you should follow on Instagram in Something Curated.

17 August 2017  |  Latest News

“Jamie Fitzpatrick’s practice deals with the rhetoric of image making, the relevance of the figure and how objects and totemic gestures such as flags, statues or plinths are used within the work to impose forms of power and control. His sculptures are influenced by Wilhelm Reich’s ideas on power-infatuation, cultural conditioning and sexual suppression.”
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PRESS Chris Bayley in conversation with After Nyne for ‘Identify your limitations, acknowledge the periphery’

17 August 2017  |  Latest News

“The entire process of Identify your limitations, acknowledge the periphery was an ongoing dialogue between Alys and I from early 2015, and the ideas this show addresses are still very much considered when we approach artists to collaborate with us. When we first staged this exhibition in London, we were interested in the ideas of instructing artists to produce work specifically for VITRINE and how one might adopt the limitations inherent within the gallery space.”

Chris Bayley talks to After Nyne magazine about ‘Identify your limitations, acknowledge the periphery’ exhibition. Read more here.