Vitrine Announces New London Space Which Will Launch in September

Image: Richard Gasper ‘Untitled’ 2010 (From the series ‘The Captain is out to lunch and the sailors have taken over the ship’).

Having set up Vitrine Bermondsey Square in 2010, with a commitment to presenting emerging art practices and ideas from the unique aspect of a 16 metre long window with exhibitions viewable 24-hours a day, Vitrine now welcomes a new commercial gallery space reflecting its growth in recent years and its reputation as a nurturer of new talent.

The new Vitrine Bermondsey Street gallery, located at 183 – 185 just moments from the Vitrine Bermondsey Square gallery, will launch in September with, ‘Black Pudding’, (Private View Friday 14th September 6-9pm), a solo exhibition of works by London based artist Richard Gasper.


For information, see
VITRINE Bermondsey Street
First Floor, 183 – 185 Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3UW
Wednesday – Saturday (by appointment only, until launch).
General Enquiries:

About Ben Austin

Ben Austin studied History of Art at Reading University. He started Catto Contemporary in Shoreditch where he was responsible for helping to launch the careers of several artists and showed Anthony Micallef and Banksy in a curated exhibition entitled ‘Perverse Pop’ back in 2001. Austin has worked at Art Review, before setting himself up as an independent curator and through Austin Enterprises he staged the legendary Frieze opening night show/party entitled ‘Decadence, Decay and the Demimonde’ at Home House in 2007, which featured art on loan from the Saatchi Gallery (Marcus Harvey, Liz Neal and Barry Reigate). He has also curated exhibition at the Blouin Foundation – ‘After Dark’ series, featuring acclaimed artists such as Alice Anderson. He has been on the judging panel for the ‘Young Masters’ prize. More recently he curated ‘Art Britannia’ during Miami Basel featuring a collection of contemporary British artists and acted as the initial curator and advisor the The Dot Project Gallery in Fulham. Ben Austin acts as an art advisor and dealer. He writes for numerous publications including Artlyst and FAD.

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