Fresh News from Jon Burgerman

We had left Jon Burgerman Work conscientiously throughout the warm winter in its studio with a handful of new colored felts and brushes as well as some volumes and supports to let speak its creativity, and on the other hand of a standard hibernation period (type Bear), it turned out to be archi productive. In recent months, there were a long period of very interesting gestation and it proves to us with two exhibitions coinciding with the arrival of spring to present our new work that "send the wood" to bring out an expression that walked not badly in the 90s but who is completely fallen into disuse, just like the rental of movies to the vending machine, (that's right, who continues to do that?).

Rojo Artspace - Milan - March 13> April 11

Rojo Milan

In this exhibition that occupies a whole wall of a wall, we can find the sap and what makes Jon's work, namely an accumulation of characters and abstract forms who are most often executed with one feet traveling according to the canvases and walls that support them. The colors waterfall then reveals multiple shadows and gives a certain power to its work by considering both the work in the global as well as insulating the canvas.

Rojo Milan

Rojo Milan

Rojo Milan

Rojo Milan

Seeing the result, difficult to distinguish what has been designed upstream and what has been improvised during installation.

Concrete Hermit "Pop Idle" - London - 4th of April> April 30

Pop idle

For this other event, Jon worked more concentratedly, without getting out of the support and on unpublished and consequent volumes. The three imposing sculptures that are entraking in the London Gallery are perfectly in the continuity of what we know about its customization talents. With the difference that it has attacked this time to abstract original forms and not toys. Add to this a series of drawings on cardboard and a pallet of prints that would cry for joy a daltonian, and you will get a superb demonstration of Jon Burgerman's galloping talents.

Pop idle

Pop idle

Pop idle

Pop idle

Pop idle

Pop idle prints

Pop idle prints

While Burgerman's name begins to titillate a little more every day the gallerists from around the world, it is also the textile companies that adjudice his talents to boost their collections. This is the case with the latest achievements of Kidrobot and of RIP CURL For a result that I let you judge for yourself.

RIP CURL

RIP CURL

Kid robot

Kid robot

While waiting for upcoming collaborations with Artoyz (Hall), Jon Burgerman will finally release his first series of original Toys this year but consider that you have not read this last sentence and that instead you have read a sauteed recipe of Veal to herbs like that I would not have emmends with justice.

3 comments

Le mur peint avec les toiles imbriquées est une pure folie!!

No author March 28, 2022

C’est bien ces formes abstraites. Et les 2 derniers prints là, jaunes et bleus sont superbes !

No author March 28, 2022

C’est moi, ou le sac a dos Rip Curl a l’air mortel ?

No author March 28, 2022
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