Bermel Von Luxburg gallery presents a solo show for the Positions art fair in Luxembourg during Luxembourg art week. Dates are 9th to 11th of november. Halle Victor Hugo 60 avenue Victor Hugo L-1750 LUXEMBOURG
Matthew Liu Fine Arts is pleased to present a winter group show, bringing together selected works by renowned artist Eduardo Arranz-Bravo, Thomas Canto and Vik Muniz. For over 50 years Arranz-Bravo has been famous for creating abstract paintings with a focus on the universal emotions of individuals living in contemporary world—their pleasure, excitement, passion, fear, […]
ART SHENZHEN-Art fair Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center September 14 – September 17, 2018 Presented by: Matthew Liu Fine Arts Suite L205-206A, 99 East Beijing Road, Shanghai, 200002, P.R.C
Bermel Von Luxburg Gallery Fasanentrasse 29, 10719 Berlin, Germany September 14 – October 30. Opening september 14 – 6 to 9pm For my first solo exhibition in Germany, I will present a selection of artworks that I name “Cubicles” from different series have been working on the last years. As it has been described […]
“OBJET IMPOSSIBLE” , DUO show with Alexis RERO. Through a first joint installation, Thomas Canto and RERO will question the notion of silence and its impossibility. This installation will be made from an anechoic structure (absorbing acoustic wall) inspired by the deaf chambers, because as said John Cage: “Silence does not exist. There is always […]
JINGART Art fair The gallery will present works of Eduardo Arranz-Bravo, Lu Xinjian, Olivo Barberi , Santi Moix, Yang Yongliang, Qi Lei, Shen Chen and Thomas Canto. 17th to 20th of may 2018 in Beijing (China) Quanyechang, Beijing N°17 Langfang Toutiao.
Group show at Bermel Von Luxburg gallery. From the 10th of may to the 30th of june 2018. Opening the 10th of may-7 pm to 9 pm. Fasanenstr. 29 10719 Berlin +49 163 6249580 The show incluses works of Hans Op de Beeck, Thomas Canto, Michel Francois, Bernard Frize, Nikolai Makarov, Yan Pei-Ming, Gabriel Orozco, Robert Pan, David Reed, Gerhard Richter, Juan Uslé.
The “Gravitational inertia infinity” sculpture, has been installed on top of a private building in Shenzhen (China) The reflective material used to build it allows the creation of strong interaction between the sculpture and its environment. The place it has been installed, reveals a dialogue between nature, human and architecture. All these elements mingling together […]
The “Gravitational inertia infinity” sculpture is the first element of a new body of work that I’ll explore in the next months.
Works of Yin Zhaoyang, Zheng Zaidong and Thomas Canto will be presented Opening the 8th, closing the 12th of november 2017. Shanghai exhibition centre.