Until November 30
This exhibition introduces Swiss-Tibetan artist Tashi Brauen and features his latest works on paper. Brauen—who lives and works in Zurich, Switzerland—admits his primary interest lies in observing the characteristics of objects in relation to people and everyday materials. It’s a study of materials and their surfaces reacting with different interventions, wherein he combines amorphous structures with geometrical forms. In the artist’s own words: “When I use a new material it’s always an experiment. I start with bending and folding the new material, observing its characteristics but keeping my interventions to a minimum.”
OP Garden, Unit 3101, 3201, 4-6 Soi 36 Charoen Krung Rd.
Viewing hours: Tue-Sun, 11am-8pm
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