Justin Eagle’s work will be included in the group show ‘Prop Up’ at Johnson’s Place, 107 Tanner’s Hill, London SE8 4QD. The show opens on 31 May and runs until 13 June. More information can be found here.
Wall Street International caught up with Trevor Kiernander to discuss his solo show, ‘Fallen’ at VITRINE Bermondsey Square. Their interview, avaiable to view online here, records the conversation. You can also see Kiernander’s show featured in their arts agenda here.
Westminster Universiy have published a fantastic piece announcing the award of their 2013 AHRC Research Studentship in design/practice-based architectural research to Vitrine’s John Walter for his PhD proposal ‘Alien Sex Club.’ Read more about his PhD in the article, available to view online here.
Justin Eagle’s new commission for Zucca, SE1 is now installed and available to view in their restaurant. VITRINE has been providing Zucca’s artwork program since September 2012 and are proud to announce this new collaboration. Visit Zucca’s website here.
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.