Alfa Gallery is pleased to present Onyx, an exhibition tracing the persistent presence of the color black in art. Featuring works by an international group of artists, the exhibition explores blackness as a highly evocative and animating force in various approaches to abstract art.
In this exhibition the artists explore black as a material, a method, a way and / or a way of being in the world, which requires a complex thought and a sensory commitment on the part of the spectator.
Onyx, a curated group exhibition with works by international group of artists:
Wayne Adams, Eman Alshawaf, Paul Amundarain, Linda Arts, Sabrina Barrios, Patricio Bezanilla, Loyane Bianchini, Maria Konstanse Bruun, Cristiana de Marchi, Anne Juliette Deschamps, Theresa Ernst, Carla Fache, Keith Francis, Tetsuya Fukushima, Anne Gilman, Brenda Goldstein, Tadasuke Jinno, Ioannis Lassithiotakis, Karen Lidal, Victor Mahana, Peter Manion, Annette Mewes-Thoms, Maureen Meyer, Laura Mosquera, Scott Mossman, Vanessa Niederstrasser, Maarja Nurk, Charlotte Pann, Gijs Pape, Brigitte Parusel, Martin Pelenur, Gelah Penn,Thom Rees, Sander Reijgers, Ingrid Roos, Urszula Śliz, Emily Stergar, Mladen Stropnik, John Tallman, Tomas Valdivieso, Sylvie Veness, Ana Vila, Anne Wölk, Nicolas Vionnet, Anke Völk and Marieke van’t Zet.
The exhibition runs from Dec 6th, 2018 until March 7th, 2019
Works available on Artsy: https://www.artsy.net/show/alfa-gallery-onix
Text via https://www.alfa-gallery.com
I participate with the work A Genuine Place, 2018. Pastel on Paper 111x178cm