16 JULY 2014
Join Project Art Lounge for a visit to the exhibition Go Betweens: The World Seen through Children at the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo. After touring the exhibition we’ll enjoy a sundowner cocktail together at Tokyo City View. For more…
Project Art Lounge @ART FAIR TOKYO
8 MARCH 2014
Project Art Lounge was joined by other enthusiasts for a tour of the Art Fair Tokyo, meeting with some interesting artists like Hideo Anze and galleries along the way. One lucky participant got two tickets to see the Andy Warhol exhibition at the Mori Art Museum.
16-17 NOV 2013
In his poem “Light Breaks Where No Sun Shines,” Dylan Thomas refers to light as “glow-worms” or “tips of thought,” provoking images of light bulbs and candlesticks glowing in the darkness of night. These are the “things of light” that awaken our mind and body. Light is essential to the work of many artists and in this exhibit there is no exception. In the works of Silvia Sinha, Kamila Najbrtová and Michele Schuff we discover light in new and captivating ways.
Silvia Sinha is a master of light. Her painterly photographs capture the rays of light as they cast down upon, flood and disect their subject. Her photographs do not simply record. They explore, re-interpret and dissolve boundaries, opening new vistas of interpretation and visual pleasure.
Kamila Najbrtová draws you in to a deeper space. In her paintings, light is an invitation to look beyond the surface. The paint floats on a transparent canvas creating an effect that is both hypnotizing and stimulating. The vibrant colors and warmness of the wooden frames tantalize your senses.
Warmth is also what embodies the encaustic works of Michele Schuff. The glow of her sculptures and paintings conjure up thoughts and feelings of a kindled spirit. She, too, awakens body and soul, creating a state of consciousness where time, space and light melt together into one.
November 16th, 4pm – November 17th, 6pm
Davidsbodenstrasse 25, Basel
Vernissage and Exhibit on Saturday, November 16th, 4pm-10pm
VIP-Brunch on Sunday 12pm – 2pm (Invitation only)
Exhibit continues for the public on Sunday, November 17th, 2pm-6pm