Thrill City list Phillipa Horan’s ‘Hariboy’ t-shirt launch at Vitrine Bermondsey Street as a ‘Fashion & Art Thrill’. See the piece here.
JAKE feature the launch of Phillipa Horan’s hariboy-themed at VITRINE Bermondsey Street to coincide with London Fashion Week. Visit the website to read more.
Sky Goodden interviews Wil Murray for Blouin ARTINFO. For the feature, which marks his inaugural London exhibition at VITRINE Bermondsey Square, Murray talks life as an artist in Canada and Berlin. Read it here.
Glass Magazine feature Vitrine’s upcoming launch of Phillipa Horan’s ‘Hariboy’ t-shiort range for London Fashion Week. See the piece here.
Alys William’s, Director of VITRINE is featured in Lee Cavaliere’s article ‘I, Curator: Independence and Idolatry’ in the Winter 2012/13 Issue of Art Licks. The piece explores the evolving role of the curator in artist-run spaces in London. Buy the magazine here.
In his piece ‘Unusual Materials in February’, Paul Carey-Kent features Wil Murray’s installation, ‘Painted Shut,’ at VITRINE Bermondsey Square. Read the whole piece here.
Wil Murray’s inaugural exhibition ‘Painted Shut’ at VITRINE Bermondsey Square is featured on We Are Selecters, a selective online platform for creative listings. See the piece here.
As part of Lupa15, John Walter will be performing alongside Adam James, Selina O, Nadia Berri, Mirei Yazawa, Oda Egjar Starheim, Øystein Monsen and Marius Hermansen. The event will take place behind James Campbell House, London on Friday 25 January 2013 between 20:00 and 21:00. Find more information here.