This exhibition of paintings featuring the color black -- all of relatively small size to enhance visual coherence -- was curated by the German artist Ivo Ringe and the American artist, Joe Barnes. The exhibition concept was developed by Ivo Ringe, Joe Barnes and Po Kim, the Korean-American artist and co-founder of the Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Art Gallery.
Rupert Eder, ANIMUS, 2008 Oil on canvas 63 x 47 inches March 1-22, 2011 Schaltwerk-Kunst, Hamburg, presents the exhibition: About Painting at the Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Art Foundation in New York. The exhibition features work by four artists: Joe Barnes, Rupert Eder, Jon Groom, and Ivo Ringe, and it is curated by Joe Barnes.
Work by Rupert Eder February 4 – 25, 2011 We are delighted to announce our second solo show by German painter Rupert Eder (*1968). He will be exhibiting a group of new paintings on linen and works on paper. Eder’s development as an artist is marked by continual, persistent engagement in his work with the conditions and possibilities of painting and the development of an unmistakable, unique formal language involving color, form and composition. The […]
Rupert Eder, Installation at Herz Jesu church, Cologne, 2008 Watercolor on paper, each 226 x 230 cm February 13-28, 2009 Opening: Friday, February 13, 6pm Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 11am-6pm; Saturday, 11am-3pm; and by appointment Schaltwerk Kunst Methfesselstr. 7 20257 Hamburg, Germany Rupert Eder pursues the Modernist tradition of reductive and non-referential painting – an art form that focuses on the essence of its medium. His work of the past 15 years comprises paintings on canvas, works […]