VITRINE is divided across two locations; the gallery founded on Bermondsey Street in September 2012, following the growth of the Bermondsey Square project space since 2010, moments from London Bridge and Renzo Piano’s Shard building in London’s newest artistic neighbourhood.

VITRINE represents a growing stable of international artists and presents solo, two-person and group exhibitions across both spaces in London and nationally and internationally at Art Fairs and through unique commissioned off-site projects. Dedicated to working with artists across all media and focusing on cross-disciplinary practices; VITRINE is establishing a strong reputation as a selector and nurturer of new talent in London.

VITRINE Bermondsey Square was set up with a commitment to presenting emerging art practices from the unique 16 metre long window, prominently located on the square and viewable 24-hours a day to the public. Particularly focused on site-responsive exhibitions and installations and promoting collaboration between a growing number of curators and artists, creating opportunities for new practices and discourses to emerge within the unusual and challenging exhibition space. Bermondsey Square is also home to VITRINE’s Arts Council Funded public sculpture commission ‘Sculpture at Bermondsey Square’, which will run from 2014 onward.

VITRINE provides a customised art consultancy service for our clients, providing artwork for corporate and private collections. We serve both large-scale business organisations, museums and institutions, and individuals. Our dedicated team will provide simple, economic and uncomplicated strategies for assisting clients in today’s fluctuating market. We approach each project thoughtfully and as a collaborative partnership with our clients.

VITRINE represents: Jonathan Baldock, Edwin Burdis, Leah Capaldi, Justin Eagle, Clare Kenny and Wil Murray.

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Our offices are based at VITRINE Bermondsey Street. For opening times and contact information, see www.vitrinegallery.co.uk/contact/