Karin Weber Gallery

Udo Nöger: Be Water 6

Udo Nöger: Be Water 7

Udo Nöger: Same Water 1

Udo Nöger: Same Water 4

Udo Nöger: Findend

Udo Nöger: Wartend

Peter Panyoczki: A Drop In The Ocean

Peter Panyoczki: From The Series: "Water (6)"

Peter Panyoczki: From The Series: "Water (7)"

Peter Panyoczki: From The Series: "Water (8)"

Peter Panyoczki: From The Series: "Water (9)"

Peter Panyoczki: From The Series: "Pixels"

Peter Panyoczki: Jasmin

Exhibition Details

Exhibition

'The Invisible Visible'

Date + Time

14 May - 27 June, 2014

Location

Karin Weber Gallery

Opening Reception

13 May, 2014
6pm - 9pm

Info

“The Invisible Visible” featuring work by Peter Panyoczki and Udo Nöger 13 May to 27 June 2014
(Hong Kong, 25 March 2014) Karin Weber Gallery celebrates 15 years in Hong Kong with its upcoming exhibition series, the first of which is “The Invisible Visible” – showcasing works by renowned artists Peter Panyoczki and Udo Nöger.  The exhibition runs from Tuesday, 13 May to Friday, 27 June, and is set to be a key satellite exhibition during the city’s annual May celebration of art.
“The Invisible Visible” exhibition questions the reality of what we see and how we see it, asking: What makes the invisible visible to the human eye. The theme of the show focuses on visibility and tangibility, two truly global concepts that transcend boundaries and preconceptions. Artists Peter Panyoczki and Udo Nöger both explore representations of light and nature from different perspectives, making for a thought provoking show on how we view reality.

“The Invisible Visible” featuring work by Peter Panyoczki and Udo Nöger 13 May to 27 June 2014
(Hong Kong, 25 March 2014) Karin Weber Gallery celebrates 15 years in Hong Kong with its upcoming exhibition series, the first of which is “The Invisible Visible” – showcasing works by renowned artists Peter Panyoczki and Udo Nöger.  The exhibition runs from Tuesday, 13 May to Friday, 27 June, and is set to be a key satellite exhibition during the city’s annual May celebration of art.
“The Invisible Visible” exhibition questions the reality of what we see and how we see it, asking: What makes the invisible visible to the human eye. The theme of the show focuses on visibility and tangibility, two truly global concepts that transcend boundaries and preconceptions. Artists Peter Panyoczki and Udo Nöger both explore representations of light and nature from different perspectives, making for a thought provoking show on how we view reality.