We are delighted to announce our participation in A Performance Affair, Brussels. Presenting a new performance work by Tim Etchells alongside a great lineup of other galleries and artists. More information here.
APA • A Performance Affair
The Panopticon Edition
7—9 September 2018
Tim Etchells sculpture for Frieze Sculpture Park, ‘Everything is Lost’, is featured in Archinect Magazine. Read more here.
Tim Etchells “Everything is Lost” is featured in The Art Newspaper ‘In pictures: Frieze sculpture 2018″. Read more here.
“Last year, our first-ever summer Frieze Sculpture was a resounding success, with more than five million visitors enjoying exceptional sculpture by artists from around the world. The 2018 edition is just as expansive and diverse, so that the public and collectors alike can experience world-class artwork in the beautiful English Gardens, designed by Markham Nesfield in 1866. My hope is that the exhibition will give pause for thought as well as great pleasure, and that visitors to Regent’s Park will have a snapshot of the fantastic imagination of artists and variety of sculpture being made today.” Read more here: Something Curated, What to Expect From The Return Of Frieze Sculpture This Summer.
For the Great Exhibition of the North 2018, Etchells’ has created a large-scale site-specific LED text sculpture, ‘With/Against’, which occupies a prominent position above South Shore Road. The work looks out across the River Tyne, and can be viewed from Gateshead Quayside or from the neighboring Newcastle waterfront, providing a point of connection between the two. Read more here.
Tim Etchells has been selected for Frieze Sculpture 2018, curated by Clare Lilley and presented by VITRINE. He will produce one of his large-scale outdoor text-works titled ‘Everything Is Lost’, which will be on display in Regents Park, London (July-October 2018). VITRINE is delighted to present in this section of Frieze London, which furthers our commitment to presenting work outside the traditional white cube gallery model. Read more here.
Tim Etchells and choreographer/dancer Meg Stuart will demonstrate what “the dialogue of two tried-and-proven stage vocabularies” can be in a new performance work, ‘Shown and Told’, presented in various formats live on stage at Gessnerallee, Zürich. Book tickets here.
Tim Etchells’ sound installation ‘What Can’ and neon installation ‘Best of All’ are commissioned by the KunstFestSpiele Hannover 2018. The works are on display at the stunning location of the Arne Jacobsen Foyer at Herrenhausen until 4 June 2018. More information here.