Charlie Godet Thomas’ work ‘Cloud Study (Partner Dance)’, 2019 which VITRINE presented in this years Frieze Sculpture 2019 has been mentioned in Forbes review of titled ‘Frieze 2019 Sculpture Park: Where Nature Meets Art’. More information here
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Charlie Godet Thomas’ solo show ‘NON-STOP-SUPER-DE-LUX’ at VITRINE, London, has been included in The Financial Times Weekender’s Art & Life top picks of ‘Whats on in London during Frieze week’, written by Dalia Dawood. Read more here
Charlie Godet Thomas’ solo show NON-STOP-SUPER-DE-LUX has been included in FAD’s ‘Top 13 London Exhibitions to Visit During Frieze Week 2019’ written by Mark Westall. More information here
Alys Williams, VITRINE’s Founding Director, has been on Resonance 104.4fm discussing Frieze Art Fair, our partition in Frieze Sculpture 2018 & 2019 and VITRINE’s upcoming exhibition ‘NON-STOP-SUPER-DE-LUX’, a solo show by Charlie Godet Thomas.
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Charlie Godet Thomas’ work ‘Cloud Study (Partner Dance)’, 2019 has been mentioned and featured in Something Curated, Forbes, Art Critique, Art Daily, Artibune and Resnicow for his participation with VITRINE in Frieze Sculpture 2019.
FT Weekend ‘Life & Arts’ highlight VITRINE’s Frieze Sculpture presentation of Charlie Godet Thomas in ‘Critics’ Choice’ feature by Jackie Wullschlager.
“ “My Luck’s Changed” and “A Little Rain Never Hurt Anybody” read the cloud-shaped weather vanes, trickling laser-cut raindrops, as they swing together in the wind.
‘Cloud Study(Partner Dance)’ is British-Bermudan artist Charlie Godet Thomas’s pair of whimsical signposts pointing north and south to Frieze’s delightful exhibition unfolding around Regent’s Park’s English Garden. “
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VITRINE is the recipient of Frieze Sculpture 2019’s ‘Mtec Bursary 2019’ which supports the participation of young, London galleries in Frieze Sculpture. More information here
Charlie Godet Thomas’ video Watching for Lovecars (2014) will be screened as part of ‘Acts of Recognition’ at Thkio Ppalies, GD. More information here