RAZR and Photoplay are pleased to present the first solo pop-up exhibition of artist Manor Grunewald (1985, Belgium) in New York, NY.
Please join us to start the Memorial Day weekend in style through exploring art while enjoying a few cold drinks!
Manor Grunewald is first and foremost as a painter, although he is also active in the fields of sculpture, installation and prints. His work is characterized by the constant analysis of the development of the pictorial in our daily environment. He finds and collects the sources of his images everywhere in daily life: in newspapers, advertising, books, comics, digital media and even illustrations of biological microcosms and macrocosms. His image archive serves as a source of inspiration, and his found pictorial material is often altered, partially on purpose and in some cases arbitrarily, by copying, enlarging or collaging. The artist thus creates new pictorial information, which is largely free of cognitively controlled processes and which reveal the unfamiliar, allowing this to become the content of his painting.
Made possible by the kind support of Flanders House.