Paul Carey-Kent has written about Wil Murray and his recent solo exhibition at VITRINE in State Magazine “a practice which collages Canada and Germany, painting and photography, object and representation to compelling effect”. View the piece online here.
Sophie Hill has reviewed Wil Murray’s solo exhibition ‘Please Boss Remember Me’ at VITRINE Bermondsey Street for White Hot Magazine. “The photograph is emphatically interrupted by the sweep of a brushstroke that reveals a glimpse of another picture – gleeful in its ability to show us more than initially meets the eye.” Read the whole article here.
Zouch Magazine have published an interview with Wil Murray regarding his current solo exhibiton ‘Please Boss Remember Me’ at VITRINE Bermondsey Street. “This body of work traces the change from an ornate painting practice with collage and photography thrown in to help me see and paint, to an ornate collage practice that mixes painting and photography in both the production of collage materials and in the creation of my work”. Read the whole piece here.
Wall Street International published an article on Wil Murray’s solo exhibition ‘Please Boss Remember Me’. “The exhibition itself quickly demonstrates the hybridisation of mediums that characterises Murray’s practice.” Read more.
THE OFFICE OF FAILED PROJECTS published a write-up on Wil Murray’s solo exhibition ‘Please Boss Remember Me’ prior to its opening. The post emphasised on the strategy of how artist create his works in relate to De Certeau’s formulation of strategies and tactics. Read More
Avenir Online has featured Wil Murray in their recent post. The Canadian artist is currently having a solo exhibition at VITRINE. “Murray emphasizes on how his work aims to be evocative through the piece and its title, giving the artwork a history and a story.” Read more.