Kate Cooper’s solo exhibition reflects critically on the rapid development of digital media, performativity of gender, and representations of femininity.
Lucy Tomlins work Pylon and Pier reverses the public square as place for statues of distinguished people that reinforce notions of power.
Artist Nadim Abbas will be giving four free performances as part of the site-specific installation Camoufleur at VITRINE Gallery on Bermondsey Square this week.
In ‘Camoufleur’ Nadim Abbas uses camouflage and the gallery’s panoramic positioning on Bermondsey Square to explore how urban environments influence and encourage our assimilation.
This exhibition at Project Space on Bermondsey Street, features a series of new paintings by Nick Malone inspired by the in-the-making graphic novel The Disappearance of Makepiece – A Tale of Two Lives.
Clare Kenny’s work ‘Enough rope to hang ’emselves’ explores reality and representation through a variety of materials including found objects and building materials, neon and photography.
VITRINE, London is delighted to present a solo exhibition by the artist Sam Porritt. The new work titled ‘Grist To The Mill’ combines his work in sculpture and drawing.
VITRINE, London is delighted to present an ambitious group exhibition with site-specific works by 18 British and International artists that will look at the notions of limitations, instruction-based practice, and the role of the vitrine within exhibition making.
The public preview of ‘Unproductive Freedom’ will feature the 20 custom made Yoga Mats by Jacobs that form part of the new work, ‘Astrological Profile II’ and will take place during sunset. All welcome.
The latest exhibition at VITRINE’s Bermondsey Square art gallery is ‘Unproductive Freedom’ by Candice Jacobs which is open 24 hours a day until Saturday 25 June.