‘You Will Knead’ is British-Singaporean artist Kara Chin’s first solo project with VITRINE and is realised across their two sites: VITRINE, London and VITRINE, Digital.
‘SMUT’ is a two-person exhibition of emerging British artists Jamie Fitzpatrick and Lindsey Mendick, whose practices explore a shared interest in gender, high and low cultural histories, and the relevance of the figure in image-making. Opening during Art Basel at Vitrine gallery Basel.
CGI artist Kate Cooper presents a new body of work as part of her first solo exhibition in the UK at VITRINE in London entitled Ways to scale.
I was an artist originally with an installation-based practice involving performance, time based media and sculpture. I began curating as well after working on a few collaborative projects.
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This is Charlie Godet Thomas’s first London solo exhibition. Bridging sculpture, photography and painting and exploring the intersection between language and materiality,
The London Art Fair (20-25 Jan) consistently offers inconsistent quality in which the adventurous Project Section of thirty young galleries is the highlight. Unusually, two of the best artists were shown there by two galleries this year.
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An alien has descended on Bermondsey Square, but don’t worry it’s just a new Public Art sculpture by artist Karen Tang. Unveiled on Tuesday 7th October the sculpture is inspired by sci-fi film The Giant Behemoth which was set in Bermondsey in the 1950s.
Check out the new solo exhibition of work by British artist Jonathan Baldock featuring sculptural and wall-based works, installation and performance.
Burdis’s exhibition uses VITRINE’s two spaces in Bermondsey and presents a new series of paintings, exploring themes of identity and character through the lens of the artists’ loosely woven narrative.
Vitrine is to present Canadian artist Wil Murray’s first UK solo exhibition.
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An exhibition of new paintings by John Walter encapsulating the ornate, bold and iconoclastic vision of his maximalist aesthetic.
Vitrine now welcomes a new commercial gallery space reflecting its growth in recent years and its reputation as a nurturer of new talent.