Katherine Bernhardt has a new exhibition Garfield on Scotch Tape opening this week

Katherine Bernhardt has a new exhibition Garfield on Scotch Tape opening this week

This will be the second exhibition by Katherine Bernhardt at Xavier Hufkens. Visiting Bernhardt’s exhibition is an immersive experience: a kaleidoscopic universe of electric colours that run like stain paintings and which can depict cartoon characters as well as a host of recognizable consumer goods. At the heart of the presentation is the monumental 3×6 metre canvas ‘pattern painting’, while many other works depict large colourful Nike shoes and various other elements of 21st-century New York street culture and the global world of Instagram.

Katherine Bernhardt Garfield on Scotch Tape Private View: Thursday, 21 February, 5—8pm Exhibition2 2 February—6 April 2019 Xavier Hufkens 6? r?ue S?t-G?eorge?s | S?t-J?orisstraa?t, 1?05?0 B?russel?s, B?elgiu?m xavierhufkens.com

About The Artist
Katherine Bernhardt was born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1975. She lives and works in New York. Bernhardt’s work has been recently exhibited in the following solo shows: Watermelon World, Mario Testino Museum (MATE), Lima, Peru (2018); Concrete Jungle Jungle Love, Lever House, New York, NY, USA (2017); Modern Art Museum, Fort Worth, TX, USA (2017); and the Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis, MO, USA (2017).

About Mark Westall

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