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.
Art Review have published a fantastic piece on ‘Time’, the group show curated by Clare Kenny at Oslo10. The exhibition takes its title from John Szarkowski’s ‘The Photographer’s Eye’, with ‘time’ being one of five concerns emphasised as key to the understanding of photography. Art Review expands on this, writing that the works ‘play dare with the very questions of immediacy and authorship that delayed photography’s acceptance into the art canon’. Read it here.
Alys Williams, director at Vitrine, will be curating the group show Mass. En Masse. Mass Medium. at Cafe Gallery, London. The show, which will feature work from Rick Buckley, Leah Capaldi, Karen Cunningham, Justin Eagle, Keith Farquhar, James Lewis, Maria Marshall and Natasha Rees will open on Tuesday 21 May and run until 23 June 2013. More info.
John Walter will be presenting ‘The John McCririck Memorial Bar’ at Art Flea on Saturday 18 May in association with Meantime Project Space. For more information, Art Flea have published a piece on their blog, which can be viewed here.
Get Ahead in the Art World is a series of new seminars from The Art Insider, who offer support and advice to aspiring and practicing visual artists. The seminars will take place on the second Tuesday of every month between 6.30 and 8.30 pm at VITRINE Bermondsey Street, beginning on Tuesday 11th June and then running until January 2014. For more information and to book tickets, click here.