‘Hang in there’
28.10.2017 > 11.12.2017
Manor Grunewald’s experimental work (painting, sculpture, installation and prints) questions the reproducibility of images and the potential errors generated by their duplication. His work is inscribed in our digital age, saturated with media and images, where abstract painting can establish a new material presence. Mostly using familiar images, either reproduced by being photocopied so many times they end up obscured or vanished through a process of fading duplication, Grunewald breaks the boundaries between popular images and abstraction.Manor Grunewald was born in 1985 in Belgium. He has exhibited in Berlin (Duve), New York, (Ludlow studios), Cologne (Berthold Pott Gallery) or Brussels (Mon Chéri, Jeanroch Dard). He participated in the International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP) in New York in 2014.