The Vinyl Factory x Fact in collaboration with Audemars Piguet Contemporary to present RYOJI IKEDA, the largest exhibition of works by… Read More
The Store X The Vinyl Factory are presenting a new exhibition curated by Jefferson Hack for Frieze Week: TRANSFORMER: A Rebirth of Wonder will be at 180 The Strand
Charming Baker has announced a new exhibition ‘SO IT GOES…’ – his most impressive body of work to date spanning bronze sculptures, large-scale paintings and prints.
The Store X The Vinyl Factory and New York’s New Museum are collaborating to present the immersive exhibition, Strange Days: Memories of the Future.
Artist and archivist Theaster Gates explores the cult of the Black Madonna across two venues of the Kunstmuseum in Basel. Turning two floors of the museum into a space of creative production, Gates has set up a temporary sound studio and printing workshop where live performances and interventions by the artist take place.
This week was once again filled with a series of events combining contemporary art and music, enhancing the beauty of each component.
I spent this Bank Holiday in the company of Joan Jonas, Wes Anderson and Ericka Beckman. All three shows revolved around the notion of craft, of devoting time to create props and sets.
Jeremy Shaw’s 2017 work Liminals is being exhibited at The Store on The Strand in an exhibition with König Galerie in partnership with The Vinyl Factory.
‘Everything At Once’ aims to collapse half a century of artistic endeavour under one roof, while telescoping its original aims into an unknowable future.
Lisson Gallery have joined forces with The Vinyl Factory for a major off-site show, ‘EVERYTHING AT ONCE’ which will utilise key aspects of Lisson Gallery’s past, present and future.
The Hayward Gallery is crossing the River Thames to present The Infinite Mix the gallery’s only major off-site exhibition during its two-year refurbishment.
Hayward Gallery + The Vinyl Factory present The Infinite Mix the gallery’s only major offsite exhibition during its two year refurbishment.
A feminine nihilist gospel song, mechanical jaws, a tropical school, refugees and Middle Eastern art
Vinyl Factory presents Ragnar Kjartansson’s solo UK exhibition premiere ..
Ryoji Ikeda’s ‘supersymmetry’ blurs the lines between art, music and particle physics in a complex and disorientating installation, which may actually necessitate a PHD to fully fathom.
Tonight is the UK premiere of a new work by international artist-composer Ryoji Ikeda, marking a year of site-specific installations at Brewer Street Car Park in Soho.
This Weekend Live music and see the VF Press
The world’s first mobile vinyl manufacturing press will be housed in a shipping container in the gallery, featuring a vintage hand press that is manually operated, plus all the elements required to power the press and make a record.
Muscle is the new single from Gwilym Gold, and the first release on HYMN, a new record label founded by Eddie Peake in collaboration with The Vinyl Factory.
Photographer Richard Mosse brings his multichannel video installation to The Vinyl Factory Space at the Brewer Street Car Park.
A sense of urban chaos is implicit within the construction of the surrounding gallery environment; this is not an isolated white cube space, but one which remains connected to the studio and the streets – to the source of these artworks.
The Vinyl Factory will present a unique collaboration between Grace Jones and groundbreaking light artist Chris Levine at their Soho… Read More