Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
For the opening on 3rd Saturday Seidel attended the event.
A quieter date than the usual busy First Thursday (second and last screening) allowed me to have a chance to talk to the artist about his work, his references and the intense process of work that results on what we us, the spectators contemplate in calm, almost effortlessly.
Robert likes to call his work moving paintings rather than video. Looking at the selection of works by Seidel we screened at The Vyner Studio, I did actually wonder what type of work would have certain past painters develop with the technology that surrounds us nowadays...
Here´s a selection of pictures by Fran Hales that capture The Vyner Session by
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Next artist for The Vyner Sessions: Davide Quayola
Dates: 3rd Saturday November 19th 12-6 pm. + Firts Thursday December 1st 6- 930 pm.
The Vyner Sessions are curated by César Pesquera for The Vyner Studio.
Monday, September 19, 2011
Barcelona's design showcased in an exhibition in London
From 20 September to 6 October Barcelona's design scene will be showcased in London. To coincide with the London Design Festivaland the 100% Design 2011 fair, the contemporary art gallery The Vyner Studio is hosting the exhibition “Barcelona Design meets London Design”, featuring 4 professional studios from Barcelona and 2 studios based in London: AloyMas, Causas Externas, GR Design, Tomás Alonso, Oscar Diaz and OutOfStock.
The main aim of this exhibition, organised in conjunction with Barcelona Design Centre (BCD) and GR Industrial Design, is to promote the Barcelona brand and identify it with the international design world. The initiative similarly seeks to support the internationalisation of the Catalan companies that will be present in London during the week in question and raise the profile of Barcelona's design industry amongst British studios.
The United Kingdom is currently one of the key markets for Catalonia-based design services firms. London has long been regarded as one of the design capitals of the world, and is home to prestigious institutions such as the Design Council, the Design Museum and the Royal College of Art. Featuring more than 200 activities organised by almost 160 organisations and companies, the London Design Festival 2011 is one of the top events in the sector.