Home@735 Gallery is pleased to announce we will be exhibiting work by Sydney artist Jonny Niesche in our ‘Colour & Form’ show in Art Month opening on Thursday March the 1st.

“…favouring the openness, clarity and seduction of post painterly abstraction Niesche’s works combine the traditions of sculpture, digital printing and installation to recast our understanding of the effects of surface, color and architectural space. Using complex steel fabrication, mirrors and digital printing processes on transparent fabric, Niesche aims to go beyond associative feelings about color and instead bring forth associations from every type of experience: sexual, psychological, religious, metaphysical, architectural, material or superficial…”

Jonny Niesche completed his MFA at Sydney College of the Arts (2013) under Mikala Dwyer, and under Heimo Zobernig at Academy Fine Arts in Vienna. In 2015 he was awarded the Fauvette Loureiro Travelling Scholarship. Recent group exhibitions include Matter matters, at Massimo Carassi, Milan, Italy, March, 2017 ; Superposition of three types, Artspace, Sydney, 2017; Shut up and Paint, National Gallery of Victoria, 2016; Painting. More Painting, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, 2106; The Kaleidoscopic Turn, National Gallery of Victoria 2015;

His recent and upcoming solo exhibitions include: Love-light at Sarah Cottier Gallery this coming April, Zeller van Almsick in Vienna, Austria in June; Peter von Kant in London in September, Cosmos cosmetics, Minerva, 2016; New Jörg, New Jörg, New Jörg Kunstverein, Vienna Austria, 2016.  His work is held in the collections of the National Gallery of Victoria, MONA, Artbank, and private collections in USA, Europe, Asia and Australia.

Pictured is ‘Love-light’ installation view at Sarah Cottier Gallery April, 2017. Photo Ashley Barber.

Jonny Niesche is represented by Sarah Cottier Gallery.

‘Love-light’ installation view at Sarah Cottier Gallery April, 2017. Photo Ashley Barber.