Karin Weber Gallery

Willi Siber: Wall Object
(white)

Phaneendra Nath Chaturvedi: Appear Disappeared

Udo Nöger: Wartend

Udo Nöger: Findend

Udo Nöger: Be Water 7

Michal Macků: Glass Gellage XLI

Michal Macků: Glass Gellage XXIV

Brainrental: Ordinary Behavior Leica M4-2

Annie Wan Lai kuen: Whitespace

Exhibition Details

Exhibition

'Black + White'

Date + Time

19 August - 22 September, 2015

Location

Karin Weber Gallery

Opening Reception

18 August 2015,
6pm - 9pm

Info

HONG KONG – Karin Weber Gallery presents “Black + White: Group Show. In this exhibition, the gallery highlights how artists rely on black and white color to create works which stand out through visual contrast and vividness.

Brain Rental (Hong-kong based artists Kevin Leung, Roger Mak and Chu Cheung) take as their subject matter the “the absurdity of modern life” and the uncanny relationship between humans and technology.
For this exhibition, the team creates a camera in white cardboard. Entitled ‘Leica M4-2,’ the film compartment is turned into a painter’s studio to illustrate the influence photography has on painting.

Luca Cruzat’s drawing-resembled-print ‘Cuando miro el agua’ (When I look Into Water) demands immense precision in its creation as human hair is used in the print making process.

Michal Macku’s ‘Glass Gellage XLI’ surprises the viewer when photography is combined with state-of-the-art glass making. The human body and soul are taken to a new dimension via black contour lines and optical clear glass.

Making use of an anthropomorphic theme, Phaneendra Nath Chaturvedi ‘Appear Disappeared’ depicts the influence contemporary society has on human beings.

German-born, California-based Udo Nöger employs a multilayered painting process in order to capture and reflect light onto and off the canvas.

HONG KONG – Karin Weber Gallery presents “Black + White: Group Show. In this exhibition, the gallery highlights how artists rely on black and white color to create works which stand out through visual contrast and vividness.

Brain Rental (Hong-kong based artists Kevin Leung, Roger Mak and Chu Cheung) take as their subject matter the “the absurdity of modern life” and the uncanny relationship between humans and technology.
For this exhibition, the team creates a camera in white cardboard. Entitled ‘Leica M4-2,’ the film compartment is turned into a painter’s studio to illustrate the influence photography has on painting.

Luca Cruzat’s drawing-resembled-print ‘Cuando miro el agua’ (When I look Into Water) demands immense precision in its creation as human hair is used in the print making process.

Michal Macku’s ‘Glass Gellage XLI’ surprises the viewer when photography is combined with state-of-the-art glass making. The human body and soul are taken to a new dimension via black contour lines and optical clear glass.

Making use of an anthropomorphic theme, Phaneendra Nath Chaturvedi ‘Appear Disappeared’ depicts the influence contemporary society has on human beings.

German-born, California-based Udo Nöger employs a multilayered painting process in order to capture and reflect light onto and off the canvas.