The Feeling underneath the Surface The Feeling underneath the Surface

The Feeling underneath the Surface

In this artist interview, conducted at SomoS’ exhibition space, March 2020, Uruguayan painter Emi Brener talks about intimacy and vulnerability; integrating language and visual art; and working towards her work presentation Under the ...

Jiyeon Kim – Meme Paintings Jiyeon Kim – Meme Paintings

Jiyeon Kim - Meme Paintings

With Meme Paintings, SomoS presents Jiyeon Kim’s new group of paintings, conceived in Berlin early 2020 during her SomoS Artist Residency, offering a comprehensive look at the unique creative vision of this prolific young South-Korean ...

Emi Brener – Under the Skin Emi Brener – Under the Skin

Emi Brener - Under the Skin

Under the banner Under the Skin, SomoS premieres multidisciplinary artist Emi Brener’s new work: mixed media oil paintings conceived and made in Berlin early 2020 during Emi’s artist residency, along with an interview that offer ...


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Due to the current international health concern surrounding the spread of COVID-19, all SomoS’ public events, as well as the AIR program are on hold, to help prevent spreading the virus.

However, we will still be featuring the work and projects of our artists online, so be sure to check this site and our social media platforms to find out how we will bring these projects to you remotely. Stay safe everyone!
 

PROJECTS


EMI BRENER – UNDER THE SKIN

 
Depicting body and emotion in mixed media works that poetically merge the mediums of oil painting and embroidery, visual artist Emi Brener aims to convey moments of human intimacy and vulnerability. Under the banner Under the Skin, SomoS premieres Brener’s latest work, conceived and made in early 2020 during Emi’s Berlin artist residency, along with an interview that offers deeper insight into the unique creative world of this engaging Uruguayan artist.


 
JIYEON KIM – MEME PAINTINGS
 
(POSTPONED) The solo exhibition of Meme Paintings by South-Korean artist Jiyeon Kim explores ways of representing the individual in our digital era. Most of Kim’s work uses acrylic paint, and combines elements of abstraction with figuration. Deeply invested in reinterpreting the art of portraiture in a contemporary way, she focuses on the ways in which our attitudes toward depictions of the human face and figure have changed with the rise of the internet and digital technology.

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somos@somos-arts.org

 


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