First Online Exhibition : SPACE – STRUCTURE : October 23rd 2013 – February 23rd 2014
ENI Gallery is pleased to announce the launch of a web-based Contemporary Photography Gallery promoting emerging photographers who work on architectural, topographic and landscape themes.
The current exhibition is focused on works that reveal the nature of structure in our environment;
Yuta Nakajima’s work is an on-going semi-biographical series of ‘symbolic’
Using the city as point of rupture Merijn Koelink sees his work in the context of human experience within the highly contrived living environment we call the city. These gaps of space are places that become the connecting aesthetic value in his work. The nature of the disconnect we feel in a highly planned environment is a continuous line of introspection his work attempts to question. His photographic work is a monochromatic journey of the topography of places, buildings, and things that represent the gap between architecture and pattern. Merijn’s work has appeared at FotoFilmic'13, Positive Negative Gallery, Vancouver. CA, Expo LOOK, Ypsilon Park, The Hague, NL in 2013; exhibitions in Newport, UK, Expo VERSUS, Creatief warenhuis HOOP, The Hague, NL in 2012 and SWIFT a Photography Exhibition, in Cardiff UK in 2011; in 2010 at GeldersNieuwsFoto 2009, CODA Apeldoorn, NL.
Multi-disciplinary artist and photographer,Jessica Hans,is concerned with elements in nature as much as with the landscape itself as object. Rather than fragment the different materials she works with in her artistic practice, her fluid style in photography derives from her work with ceramics. Within this presentation of her work, there is a comfort in shape yet edge to the materials she photographs and a resulting game of warmth and isolation of experience. Jessica Hans has exhibited internationally at venues such as Mr. Kitly in Brunswick, Australia, OMMU Distribution in Athens, Greece, Creatures of Comfort in New York City, IKO IKO Space in Los Angeles, Philadelphia Museum of Art in Philadelphia, sophiajacob Gallery in Baltimore, and Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. Hans continues to elaborate on projects that merge photography and ceramic works in nature.
Theo Schultz’s dynamic style ranges from flowers to architectural surfaces that capture patterns and structure through lighting and digital manipulation. His methods fuse both traditional and digital imaging techniques. The properties of each subject such as plastic, color, and depth create layers of texture and shift meaning between an enhanced experience of the subject and a reconsideration of the urban and agrarian landscapes. Theo Schultz works and lives in the American Midwest and pursues multiple areas of work that hinge from an interest in history and archaeology, as well as songwriting and music performance. Music finds itself in his work through an exploration of line, pattern, and repetition, to compositional effect.