VITRINE’s upcoming group exhibition ‘If it’s not meant to last, then it’s Performance’ has been featured in Wall Street International. Read more here.
Charlie Godet Thomas is included in the upcoming sixth issue of the isthisit? book, which contains artworks and essays from 37 artists, writers, curators and collectives. The issue seeks to bring together a number of works and 10 texts critiquing, commenting and reflecting upon the rise of the media circus, documenting the decline in the relevance and reliability of the news and wondering whether citizen journalism is a worthy replacement.
Launching on the 31st January 2019, 6 – 8pm, at [ space ] in London.
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“Without explicitly referring to the role that the sea plays in current political debates and humanitarian concerns, Porritt touches on the moral discontent that is part and parcel of aesthetic distance as the foundation of art”
Maja Naef reviews Sam Porritt’s current solo exhibition ‘A Certain Change’ at VITRINE Basel in Artforum December Issue. Read here
Nadim Abbas is presenting his new performance ‘4 Rooms’ at the 12th Shanghai Biennale until March 10th 2019. Further information here.
Maya Rochat will present an installation within the group exhibition ‘Emerging Talents’ at MATTATOIO in Rome, IT. For more information, read here.
Tim Etchells exhibition ‘For Everything’ at VITRINE London has been featured by the Wall Street International. Read online here
Ludovica Gioscia will be in the group exhibition ‘La Vita Material’ at Fondazione Palazzo Magnani, Reggio Emilia, IT. 17 November, 2018. Further information here
“Gallery etiquette? Nah. Jamie Fitzpatrick subverts the stale highbrow art world, all the while poking fun at the British sociopolitical system. His sculptures may look sloppy and slap-dash, but the reality is far from it. Rich with history, these grand figures swell with pomposity only to explode with colour and texture. They look good enough to eat, but the sour truth behind them might be difficult to digest.”
METAL has interviewed Jamie Fitzpatrick to talk about his ‘absurdly theatrical sculptures’. More information here