• KIAF PLUS

    SEP 1 - 5, SETEC, BOOTH C03
  • BLANK SPACE is pleased to announce its participation in the 2022 Edition of Kiaf PLUS Seoul, which will be held...

    BLANK SPACE is pleased to announce its participation in the 2022 Edition of Kiaf PLUS Seoul, which will be held at the Seoul Trade Exhibition & Convention center September 1 - 5, 2022. The gallery will present various artists whose bodies of work are created with a variety of media and unique, specialized techniques. Featured artists include Arno Elias, Randall Stoltzfus, Gregory Hayes, Antoinette Wysocki, Matthew Langley, Cristina Gamón, Nemo Jantzen,  Yuki Matsueda, Miguel Vallinas, and Kyuhak Lee.

     

    BLANK SPACE is a contemporary gallery where the worlds of art and culture converge. Through a platform that celebrates experimental art forms and encourages innovative practices, BLANK SPACE presents work from emerging artists with experimental approaches and established artists with imaginative views.

  • Arno Elias, Legend 3

    Arno Elias

    Legend 3 Acrylic, gold and silver leaf, diamond dust on archival pigment print mounted on Sintra board
    60 x 44 in
    152.4 x 111.8 cm
  • Arno Elias, 2 Brothers

    Arno Elias

    2 Brothers Acrylic, gold and silver leaf, diamond dust on archival pigment print mounted on Sintra board
    42 x 60 in
    106.7 x 152.4 cm
  • Born in Paris France, Arno Elias is a French American Artist, Painter, Photographer, Musician and Activist. The artist presents the medium of photography and hand-painted photography as a means of engaging philosophical disquisitions on culture, humankind, and wildlife inspired by his diverse experience and extensive traveling across various continents. Check out his work on our website here.

  • Gregory Hayes, Through the Looking Glass

    Gregory Hayes

    Through the Looking Glass Acrylic on canvas
    48 x 48 in
    121.9 x 121.9 cm
  • Gregory Hayes, Sun, 2022

    Gregory Hayes

    Sun, 2022 Acrylic on canvas
    48 x 48 in
    121.9 x 121.9 cm
  • “In my work I strive for exactness, but perhaps it is paradoxical that in striving for perfection – and never reaching it – it is there that you actually find it...It is the imperfect that becomes unique, the flaws that become interesting, the randomness that leads to new ideas.”
    - Gregory Hayes
  • Antoinette Wysocki, Icon

    Antoinette Wysocki

    Icon Enamel, acrylic, colored pencil, charcoal, watercolor, 18k gold leaf and diamond dust on rag
    30 x 24 in
    76.2 x 61 cm
  • Antoinette Wysocki, I Wake Up Flawless

    Antoinette Wysocki

    I Wake Up Flawless Enamel, acrylic, colored pencil, charcoal, watercolor, 18k gold leaf and diamond dust on rag
    30 x 24 in
    76.2 x 61 cm
  • Antoinette Wysocki's use of mixed media incorporates chance, control, and repeated analysis to create work through multiple stages. Check out her recent duo show with the gallery here.
  • Randall Stoltzfus, Nebuchadnezzar's dream, 2022

    Randall Stoltzfus

    Nebuchadnezzar's dream, 2022 Acrylic dispersion and gold and palladium leaf on polymer canvas
    30 x 21 x 1.5 in
    76.2 x 53.3 x 3.8 cm
  • Randall Stoltzfus, Half-fathom, 2022

    Randall Stoltzfus

    Half-fathom, 2022 Acrylic dispersion and gold and palladium leaf on polymer canvas

    30 x 21 x 1.5 in
    76.2 x 53.3 x 3.8 cm
  • Randall Stoltzfus likens his style to "pulling focus" wherein the subject he is capturing is diffused to a point beyond direct representation and is rendered as halos of refracted light. Check out his work on our website here.
    • Miguel Vallinas, No. 56 (Ceci N ́est Pas un Boîte de Popcorn)
      Miguel Vallinas, No. 56 (Ceci N ́est Pas un Boîte de Popcorn)
    • Miguel Vallinas, Ceci n'est pas #51
      Miguel Vallinas, Ceci n'est pas #51
  • "In essence, my art explores identity and human nature. I like to play with perception, and I'm inspired by Surrealism and artists such as Dalí, Miró and Magritte." - Miguel Vallinas. Check out his work on our website here.

  • Matthew Langley, Crystal Lake, 2022

    Matthew Langley

    Crystal Lake, 2022 Acrylic on museum board
    32 x 35 in
    81.3 x 88.9 cm
  • Matthew Langley, Space Age Love Song, 2017

    Matthew Langley

    Space Age Love Song, 2017 Acrylic on museum board
    32 x 35 in
    81.3 x 88.9 cm
  • Matthew Langley works to demonstrate the power of gestural abstract painting through a practice of expressive brushstrokes, careful composition, and a deep understanding of color. Broken by thin, vertical streaks and transitions in hue and saturation, this work escapes rigidity, representation, and mechanical perfection in favor of an unobtrusive human touch through rough edges and visible brushstrokes. Check out his spring show with the gallery on our website here.
  • Nemo Jantzen, A New Day

    Nemo Jantzen

    A New Day Film photography, iconic movie scenes, Movie posters, Hollywood etc.
    32 x 44 In with Ø1 in Spheres
    81 x 111 cm with Ø2 cm Spheres

    55 x 64 in with Ø1 in Spheres
    139.7 x 162.6 cm with Ø2 cm Spheres
    • Nemo Jantzen, Jetset (Black)
      Nemo Jantzen, Jetset (Black)
    • Nemo Jantzen, Non-fungible
      Nemo Jantzen, Non-fungible
  • Nemo Jantzen uses pop-inspired imagery creating to create new contexts from photojournalism and advertising, taking neo-pointillism to the next level in an image-soaked, contemporary environment. Check out his work on our website here.
    • Cristina Gamón, Mirror-mirror C, 2022
      Cristina Gamón, Mirror-mirror C, 2022
    • Cristina Gamón, Mirror-mirror D, 2022
      Cristina Gamón, Mirror-mirror D, 2022
  • To create her swirling, ethereal abstract landscapes Cristina Gamón uses a mixed media process which involves pouring various viscosities of acrylic paint while incorporating raw pigment over sheets of laser cut plexiglass. Check out her work on our website here.
    • Jonny Detiger, Funky Flowers (Green), 2022
      Jonny Detiger, Funky Flowers (Green), 2022
    • Jonny Detiger, Funky Dory Flowers, 2022
      Jonny Detiger, Funky Dory Flowers, 2022
  • New York City based artist Jonny Detiger has received acclaim for his fantastical paintings, works on paper, and furniture design and his work is instantly recognizable by its whimsical and positive aesthetics. Check out more of his works in his recent duo show with the gallery here.
  • For any inquiries, please contact either Nana Lee at 917-353-8447 (US) / +82-10-2800-1667 (KR) or email us at nanalee@blankspaceart.com / associate@blankspaceart.com. We look forward to seeing you at Kiaf PLUS booth C03!