Director Alys Williams has been interviewed for the 12th edition of STATE magazine. ‘My strategy is to have two distinct concepts – a commercial gallery and a not-for-profit project space – one one platform.’ See a digital copy here.
“A photograph by the Paris-based Swiss artist Hagar Schmidhalter, ‘197’ (2013), became a talisman, of sorts, for me in 2013, as it seemed to encapsulate the privacy and politics of the ever-spectral and yet material maker, looking up from her style (to borrow a spectacular turn of phrase from poet Lisa Robertson).” Read more.
Hagar Schmidhalter, ‘197’ (2013) is at Vitrine in ‘Push and Paint, Touch and Display‘ until January.
“During the install of ‘Push and Paint, Touch and Display’ I had diverse, but equally thought provoking, conversations with the other artists about The Simpsons as I did fossilised dinosaur shit and cat litter.” Read more.
VITRINE will be presenting an exclusive exhibition showcase for SCOOP at Phillips De Pury from 19 – 21 January 2014. Over 40 works will be displayed over the three days of the fashion trade show. For more information, visit SCOOP International’s website.
ZOUCH Magazine have published a review of ‘Yesterday’s labour is the future’s folly’, Clare Kenny’s solo show at VITRINE Bermondsey Street. “In ‘Yesterday’s labour is the Future’s folly’, anecdotes and memories from the artists’ life, both real and fabricated, combine with material manipulations that question substance and subject.” Read more here.
Clare Kenny’s exhibtion has been reviewed by FAD by Kimberley Brown – ‘The Vitrine exhibition combines wall-based works, free standing sculpture and mounted objects, permitting enthused spectatorship, whilst also commenting upon materialism, material values in art and the truth of representation.’ Read more.
Clare Kenny has been interviewed by Traction Magazine for their Autumn Report. Kenny discusses her current show at VITRINE Bermondsey Street and states – ‘It was exciting to be the first as there are no preconceived ideas on how to use the space, no previous shows to compare to.’ Read more.
Christian Newby’s exhibition ‘Breton Wall’ has been featured in WSI Magazine – Newby consistently plays with nuance by utilising familiar filmic and historical vantage points – echoing interior settings and the arrangement of objects to imply narratives only to be concluded by the viewer. Read more.