CROSS/LINKED: Multi-Awarded German Artist Peter Zimmermann at Modeka in Partnership with Nunu Fine Art.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Mastering the use of pigmented epoxy resin and acrylic on canvas, German artist Peter Zimmermann’s work explores the visual effects of form and material through multi-layered compositions of colors and shapes, resulting in an effect of shifting light and mirror-like surfaces.
Zimmermann’s abstract pieces are produced by digitally manipulating book covers and found images that are enlarged, blended and transformed into incognizable objects. This creative method brings about tones of Modernist Color Field painters, where emotions, meanings, and intentions are conveyed in plain sight, unbeknownst to the audience.
As a testament, his art has been displayed in venues such as Galerie Michael Janssen in Germany and Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin in Paris. The artist’s pieces may be found in numerous collections, including the MoMA in New York, the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, the Fonds National d’Art Contemporain, the Neue Galerie Graz in Austria, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art, and the New Orleans Museum of Modern Art.
ABOUT MODEKA CREATIVE SPACE
Modeka is an independent, artist-led contemporary art gallery, creative space and art consultancy based in Manila dedicated to providing a new and innovative platform for the most exciting local and international artists to showcase their work in an engaging and inclusive manner to revolutionize the way art is communicated and interacted with.
Modeka offers a diverse and eclectic mix of painting, sculpture, mixed media, limited edition prints and photography with the aim to provide experiential exhibitions featuring internationally-acclaimed and emerging local artists.
Extending outside its four walls, Modeka also puts focus on site-specific art installations, artist development opportunities, and strategic art consultancy to connect artists with brands to create unique opportunities for collaboration and art-driven experiences.
From February 06 until February 29.