Tag: Bj�rn Meyer-Ebrecht

Gallery shows

Bj�rn Meyer-Ebrecht: Spontaneity rising

Contributed by Sharon Butler / Contemplating Gerrit Rietveld�s furniture, especially the pieces he made from crates, Bj�rn Meyer-Ebrecht realized that utilitarian furniture can be sculpture, and that sculpture in turn can serve as a utilitarian object. He explores this idea in a thoughtful and lively new show at Owen James […]

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Ideas and Influences: Bj�rn Meyer-Ebrecht

In his second solo show at Matteawan Gallery, on view through Sunday, November 5, Brooklyn�artist�Bj�rn�Meyer-Ebrecht�(b. Hamburg, Germany)�presents abstract drawings and a site-specific installation that expand his ongoing interest in the basic elements of architecture. Readers may remember the unorthodox exhibitions Meyer-Ebrecht organized�during Bushwick Open Studios -�Communal Table (2014), Common Room […]

Residencies

January Residency at Pocket Utopia

I spent the week-long residency exploring the point where words and images intersect in my work. On Sunday, January 18, Austin Thomas and I led a think tank/salon where we talked about the meaning of Obamart, art blogging and world-making. Both the residency and the salon have provided plenty of […]

Residencies

Studio update: January Residency at Pocket Utopia

I spent the week-long residency creating circle charts, which represent the point in my work where words and images intersect. On Sunday, January 18, Austin and I led a think tank/salon where we talked about the meaning of Obamart, art blogging and world-making. The experiences yielded plenty of raw material […]