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NEWS

NEWS

 
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WE HAVE AN ARTIST IN RESIDENCE!

The Verbier 3-D Foundation is pleased to announce British artist James Capper for our 2018 Artist Residency!

Following his studies at Chelsea College of Art and the Royal College of Art in London, James Capper’s work has been widely exhibited around the world in museums, not for profit institutions and galleries. 

Notable solo presentations of his work include RIPPER TEETH IN ACTION at Modern Art Oxford (2011), DIVISIONS at Yorkshire Sculpture Park (2013), SIX STEP at Rio dell’Orso with Alma Zevi for the Venice Biennale (2015), PROTOTYPES at CGP London (2016), ATLAS A SPOLETO! / TELESTEP A SPOLETO! , Anna Mahler Association project for the Mahler & LeWitt Studios & Festival dei Due Mondi, Spoleto, Italy (2016), SCULPTURE & HYDRAULICS at The Edge Institute of Contemporary Interdisciplinary Arts, University of Bath (2017). 

The youngest ever artist to be awarded the prestigious Jack Goldhill Prize for Sculpture from the Royal Academy of Arts, London, his work is the subject of critical debate and dialogue about positions in sculpture in the 21st Century and continues to challenge varied audiences everywhere it is shown. 

He lives and works in Bermondsey, South London and has exhibitions forthcoming this year in Oaxaca, Mexico, Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia and Brussels, Belgium. 

 

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MAY 2018 AND PRVT VW IS OPENING

Prvt Wv is a new gallery model that extends beyond the confines of the White Box. Set in an old-school loft, it is a multi-discipline outpost for exhibitions, lectures, showcases and special projects. The space is owned by Swiss-American, interdisciplinary artist Madeleine Paternot and was conceptualized through her long partnership with Artist Liaison and its director Alaina Simone. 

Private View is as an extension of the free and open-air environment that reflects Verbier 3-D Sculpture Park and Residency that Paternot co-founded in Switzerland with Swiss-American artist, Kiki Thompson in 2011.

It aims to provide a new type of program platform that encourages social engagement and experimentation within contemporary art and tangential practices by partnering with an international community of artists, galleries, institutions and residencies.