subMISSION Magazine have published an eight page spread on Justin Eagle’s practice. The piece, which appears in their launch issue ‘Genesis’ traces how Eagle’s personal history has fed into his current practice. See the pdf online here.
As part of our Friends and Patron’s scheme,Vitrine hosts regular visits to the studios of our represented and exhibited artists. This Saturday 4 May, we will be visiting John Walter’s studio in Balfron Towers, Poplar. For more information on the event, click here, or find out how to support the gallery by becoming a Friend or Patron here.
Because London have featured John Walter’s solo show ‘The Rococo Riots’ at VITRINE Bermondsey Street in their Culture section. The show opens tonight and you can read about in here.
Art Licks Issue 11 have featured Justin Eagle in their ‘Studio Snoop’ section. For more information and to buy a copy, click here.
John Walter has been awarded an AHRC Studentship in the department of Architecture at the Built Environment at Westminster University to undertake research via his project ‘Alien Sex Club – How architecture affects the mind and body in cruising and alternatives to antiretroviral therapy’.
This April, works by Clare Kenny will be in ‘Ernte’, an exhibition of the new works bought for the of the County of Basel in 2012 at Kunsthalle Palazzo, Liestal. The show opens on 11 April and runs until 24. More info here.
The Huffington Post have published a fantastic review on Justin Eagle’s solo show ‘food for the poor daddy not home from work yet’ at VITRINE Bermondsey Street. The piece, by Bianca Brigitte Bonomi, can be viewed online here.
Look out for John Walter’s guest appearance with a selection of his artworks on the new Channel 4 programme ‘Ben Earl: Deception‘. The show is due to air at the end of April.