Karin Weber Gallery

Jonathan Thomson: Six Stem Red Roses

Jonathan Thomson: Three Stems Almond Blossom

Jonathan Thomson: Two Stems Blue Iris with Three Leaves

Jonathan Thomson: Better Than Sex

Jonathan Thomson: Abandon Area

Jonathan Thomson: Shadow 036 Running on the Beach

Jonathan Thomson: Shadow 048 Steamers Beach Jarvis Bay

Jonathan Thomson: Glided Youth 1

Jonathan Thomson: Glided Youth 2

Jonathan Thomson: Glided Youth 3

Jonathan Thomson: Cloud Vase

Installation Photo: ‘Jonathan Thomson: Sculpture’ Installation Shot 1

Installation Photo: ‘Jonathan Thomson: Sculpture’ Installation Shot 2

Installation Photo: ‘Jonathan Thomson: Sculpture’ Installation Shot 3

Installation Photo: ‘Jonathan Thomson: Sculpture’ Installation Shot 4

Installation Photo: ‘Jonathan Thomson: Sculpture’ Installation Shot 5

Exhibition Details

Exhibition

'Jonathan Thomson: Sculpture'

Date + Time

12th to 31st July 2019

Location

Karin Weber Gallery

Opening Reception

Friday, 12th July 2019 6 to 9p.m.

Info

The exhibition features works from a number of different series including ‘Gilded Youth,’ ‘Electric Flowers,’ ‘Signs’ and ‘Shadows’.  Variously, these works give sculptural expression to the seductive pleasures of sun, sea, sand and skin that are enjoyed the world over, or re-invent neon as sculpture, or explore the joys of language.

Artist’s Biography
Jonathan Thomson was born in Whyalla, South Australia.  He has lived and worked in Hong Kong since 1995 as an artist, arts administrator, art historian, critic and curator. Jonathan has held high-level positions in arts administration in  both Australia and Hong Kong including Deputy Secretary General of the Hong Kong Arts Development Council, Head of the Academic Services Office of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and Adjunct Professor of Art History at SCAD Hong Kong. He is an independent curator and writes extensively on all aspects of global contemporary art. Jonathan has curated dozens of exhibitions throughout Asia for a variety of clients including Louis Vuitton, MGM China and Osage Gallery.  His own work has been exhibited widely including shows in Adelaide, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Kobe, Mykonos and Sydney.

The exhibition features works from a number of different series including ‘Gilded Youth,’ ‘Electric Flowers,’ ‘Signs’ and ‘Shadows’.  Variously, these works give sculptural expression to the seductive pleasures of sun, sea, sand and skin that are enjoyed the world over, or re-invent neon as sculpture, or explore the joys of language.

Artist’s Biography
Jonathan Thomson was born in Whyalla, South Australia.  He has lived and worked in Hong Kong since 1995 as an artist, arts administrator, art historian, critic and curator. Jonathan has held high-level positions in arts administration in  both Australia and Hong Kong including Deputy Secretary General of the Hong Kong Arts Development Council, Head of the Academic Services Office of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and Adjunct Professor of Art History at SCAD Hong Kong. He is an independent curator and writes extensively on all aspects of global contemporary art. Jonathan has curated dozens of exhibitions throughout Asia for a variety of clients including Louis Vuitton, MGM China and Osage Gallery.  His own work has been exhibited widely including shows in Adelaide, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Kobe, Mykonos and Sydney.