All posts tagged: Jaromír Novotný

Jaromír Novotný at Axel Vervoordt Gallery, Hong Kong

Just a Narrow Range of Possible Things Sep 5 – Nov 7, 2020Opening: Saturday, Sep 5, 11am – 7pm Axel Vervoordt Gallery21 F, Coda Designer Centre62 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong Axel Vervoordt Gallery is pleased to present the second solo exhibition by Jaromír Novotný (°1974, Český Brod, Czechoslovakia) in the Hong Kong location. The exhibition invites visitors to experience the silent and seemingly monochrome creations, which, through the use of colour and materiality, enable the power of memory and remembrance.  In modern days, there’s a strong tendency to rely only on what is seen. The act and ability to see may result in an illusion or misconception of things and situations. However, Novotný’s works and his creative process gently reminds viewers that human intuition has great potential, perhaps more than may be realised. The word ‘tactile’ was derived from Latin for ‘that may be touched, tangible’. It refers to the physical act of feeling; the experience of touching – for example, the skin. Novotný’s work bears the traces of the human hand and …