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Plates Please

22 March - 13 April 2018

Rue Abraham Constantin 6
1206 Geneva, Switzerland

Employing objects firmly rooted in the domestic, the artists featured in Plates Please have created works that explore many new and varied vocabularies of meaning.
Elevating objects from the ordinary and the everyday, they present us with works that feature a myriad of intriguing narratives from Paul Scott’s re-animation and manipulation of familiar objects to Ruan Hoffman’s observations on life’s experiences and Marit Tingleff’s large-scale painterly landscapes. 

 
 Work by Philip Eglin [left], Ruan Hoffmann [wall pieces] and Wiebke Meurer [on table]

Work by Philip Eglin [left], Ruan Hoffmann [wall pieces] and Wiebke Meurer [on table]

 Plates by Marit Tingleff and installation by Susan Nemeth

Plates by Marit Tingleff and installation by Susan Nemeth

 

Artists who exhibited at Plates Please

 Wall installation by Paul Scott with [left] work by Ernst Gamperl and [right] Su Xianzhong

Wall installation by Paul Scott with [left] work by Ernst Gamperl and [right] Su Xianzhong

Philip Eglin, Britain
Ernst Gamperl, Germany
Joon-Yong Kim, South Korea
Wiebke Meurer, Germany
Susan Nemeth, Australia
Paul Scott, Britain
Su Xianzhong, China
Marit Tingleff, Norway
Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert, France