The show of some dozen works by the artist, known for his manipulations of paper to create formalist and intriguing sculptural forms, includes two new site-specific installations created especially for Ronewa’s Berlin gallery. The Zurich-based artist, spent a week on location creating museum-scale wall pieces that are boldly painted in highly saturated primary colors with enamel paint on paper. Creases and folds of the subtly shaped and hung works create animated surfaces and contours - the artist’s use of paper becomes highly sculptural and monumental.
Tashi Brauen was born in 1980, and lives and works in Zurich. His artwork has been shown in galleries and museums in Switzerland, France, Thailand and the United States, including the Museum of Fine Art Bern, Fabrique culture Hégenheim/F, Stadtgalerie Bern, Centre Pasquart Biel, Museum Bärengasse Zürich, Union gallery in New York and Serindia Gallery in Bangkok.
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