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PRESS Kate Cooper in ThisIsTomorrow

14 June 2017  |  Latest News, Press

‘The production values of Cooper’s work help it to seamlessly become part of the seductive image-world that it borrows from. Situated in VITRINE’s unique space, there is an exciting potential for her images to be misread, perhaps as a baffling advertisement for an unspecified product.’ Read more here.


PRESS Kate Cooper in ATP

18 May 2017  |  Press

“Amsterdam and London based artist Kate Cooper brings a new body of digital photographic work to the Bermondsey Square gallery, all playing with the concepts of rapid development of digital media, performativity of gender, and representations of femininity. Through exploring the history and codes of visual merchandising, Cooper creates a space for refusal of the structures created within a capitalist system.”

Giulia Ponzano takes a closer look at the latest exhibitions to visit in London this month including VITRINE, London’s current exhibition ‘Ways to Scale’. Read more here.


PRESS Kate Cooper in AfterNyne

17 May 2017  |  Press

“Cooper’s work reflects critically on the rapid development of digital media, aesthetics of advertising, performativity of gender, and representations of femininity.” Chris Bayley speaks about Kate Cooper’s exhibition at VITRINE, London. Read more here.


PRESS: Kate Cooper in Widewalls

24 April 2017  |  Press

Kate Cooper’s solo exhibition at VITRINE, London, has been featured in Widewalls. Read more here.


PRESS Kate Cooper in Luxury London

10 April 2017  |  Press

“Cooper’s captivating and hyperreal imagery investigates the history of care work, female forms of labour and visual merchandising”. Luxury London has named Kate Cooper’s upcoming solo exhibition at VITRINE, London as one of seven ‘Unmissable Art Exhibitions to see in London this April’. Read the article here.


PRESS Kate Cooper in AnOther

5 April 2017  |  Press

“Cooper’s hyperreal imagery is eerie and arresting, with bright colours and intense detail used to communicate the chosen subject matter, calling into question the role of women in today’s digital age as well as the rapidly evolving technology which surrounds us.” Kate Cooper’s upcoming solo exhibition at VITRINE, London has been included AnOther Magazine’s ‘Brilliant Things To Do in April’. Read the full article here.