Wall Street International have just published a shining review of John Walter: ‘The Rococo Riots’, which can be viewed online here. As well as exploring the work, the piece looks at Walter’s past with Vitrine and the curatorial make-up of the show, giving insight into the development of the exhibition as a whole.
The Huffington Post recently spoke to John Walter about his solo exhibition at VITRINE and you can see the write-up of their conversation online now. Walter says of the show ‘I love the atmosphere we’ve created through the installation of the works in the gallery and I want people to enjoy being amongst the work’. Read the whole article here.
FAD’s newest feature is Tabish’s Top 5 Exhibitions to View this Week, a collaboration with art critic Tabish Khan. This week, John Walter’s solo exhibition ‘The Rococo Riots’ at VITRINE was featured, with Khan describing the show as “street art meets abstract expressionism in an explosion of colour”. See the piece here.
Check out the latest mention of John Walter’s maximalist project with Meantime for Art Flea in Creative Review. They call the piece a ‘a unique hybrid of painting, hospitality, performance and collaboration’. Read more here.
With excitement mounting for Raed Yassin’s site-specific installation Postponed Noon for VITRINE Bermondsey Square, Wall Street International have featured the show in their Art Agenda. The exhibition will open on Monday 3 June. See WSI’s entry here.
To commemorate ART FLEA at Stroud Vallery Art Space, Stroud Life have published a fantastic feature with emphasis on John Walter’s project in association with Meantime Project Space. ‘The John McCririck Memorial Bar’ is a hybrid of painting, hospitality and performance and will take place on Saturday 18 May. See the feature here.
Opening Friday 24 May is system · painting · construction · archive, a group show exploring the roles of Constructivism in contemporary practice. The show features work by Vitrine’s Clare Kenny alongside Andrew Bick, Cullinan Richards, Stuart Eliot, Robert Holyhead, Maria Lalic, Karim Noureldin, David Rhodes and Brandon Taylor. Running between 25 May and 15 of June, the show will take play at The Lion and Lamb on Fanshaw Street.
From June 13-16 2013, Clare Kenny will be exhibiting at Art Basel with Giséle Linder Galerie. Her work can be found at stand 2.1-H15. For more information on visiting Art Basel, follow this link to their website.