“The exhibition initiated from conversations I was having about acquiring performance … In other areas of our lives, we increasingly value experiences over physical objects, and I noticed a growing number of artists creating work involving a transient experience designed to exist in a particular moment. The works in the show explore these ideas through diverse materials and processes.”
Exhibition curator Alys Williams talks to This is tomorrow about how the exhibition ‘If it’s not meant to last, then it’s Performance’ at VITRINE Basel came to be and the ways in which performance is reshaping the art market. Read interview here
VITRINE’s upcoming group exhibition ‘If it’s not meant to last, then it’s Performance’ has been featured in Wall Street International. Read more here.