Tom Anholt's works revolve around a potential transition. Clearly, Anholt refuses rigidity and foregone conclusions. His paintings can be seen as openings or intermediate spaces. They balance on the verge between the concrete and the abstract. He who carefully observes the paintings, will notice traces of their emergence. Almost always they were repainted several times. All these works have something in common. By revealing their own process of origination they all tell a story, and even history.Read More
Tom Anholt (born 1987 in UK) lives and works in Berlin. He studied Fine Art at Chelasea College of Art and Design, London (UK), at Kunstfack, Stockholm (Sweden) and at Falmouth College of Art (UK). He has shown his work in numerous group and solo exhibitions, including at Kunstverein Ulm, at EIGEN + ART Lab in Berlin, at 1969 Gallery in New York, Galerie Mikael Andersen in Copenhagen and at Josh Lilley Gallery in London.
Text courtesy Galerie Eigen + Art.