Karin Weber Gallery

Jonathan Thomson

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Jonathan Thomson Australia

Born 1957, Australia
Lives and works in Hong Kong

Karin Weber Gallery artist, Australian Jonathan Thomson, is a Hong Kong-based sculpture and abstract artist who takes as his subject matter the female form. The artist works in many mediums: steel, aluminum, light, and gesso- on paper and canvas.

Born 1957, Australia
Lives and works in Hong Kong

Karin Weber Gallery artist, Australian Jonathan Thomson, is a Hong Kong-based sculpture and abstract artist who takes as his subject matter the female form. The artist works in many mediums: steel, aluminum, light, and gesso- on paper and canvas.

Jonathan Thomson is an Artist, Art Historian, Critic and Curator. He has held senior management positions with the Australia Council for the Arts, the Hong Kong Arts Development Council, the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, and the Global University Alliance. In 2013, Thomson was appointed adjunct Professor of Art History at The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) Hong Kong.

Education
Master of Philosophy in Art History, Hong Kong University
Bachelor of Arts, Finders University, South Australia
Bachelor of Economics, Adelaide University, South Australia

Selected Exhibitions
2017
Hill Smith Gallery, Adelaide, South Australia
Rarity Gallery, Mykonos, Greece

2015
‘The Substance of Shadows’, Karin Weber Gallery, Hong Kong

2014
‘Operation Smile’, Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong

2013
‘Wonderworks’, Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong

2012
‘All Things Bright and Beautiful’, Thavibu Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

2011
‘White Lines’, Korkos Gallery, Hong Kong
‘White Girls’, Solo Exhibition, Thavibu Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
Kobe Biennial, Kobe, Japan

2010
‘White Girls’, Solo Exhibition, Korkos Gallery, Hong Kong

 

Awards
2011
‘Prize Winner’, Kobe Biennale, Japan

Publication
‘Hong Kong; Culture and Creativity’ published by the HKADC
and many hundreds of published essays and reviews.