Economies of Scale
Economies of Scale - An exhibition of new large paintings by Jon Burgerman in Beijing.
Organizer: Deshan Art Space
Opening Event: 1500 to 1800, 25 October 2009
Exhibition Dates: 25 October 2009 until February 2010
1100 to 1800 each day, the gallery is closed on Mondays.
Venue: Deshan Art Space, Beijing (Jingshunlu, 300 meters west to Beigaolukou)
See work in progress of the giant mural here.
Ruled By Probability, painting on paper
Blocking Out The Noise (1), painting on paper
Data Snooping (red), painting on paper
Lubricants Of Reason, painting on paper
Evergreen, fabric print
Black Plane, painting on paper
Data Snooping (blue), painting on paper
Bell Curve, painting on canvas
Yawning Yellow Cat, painting on paper
Pink House, painting on paper
Net Worth, painting on canvas
Deficit, painting on canvas
Bias, painting on canvas
Fusion, painting on canvas
Rare Event, painting on canvas
Chattering Classes, fabric print
Jon, your work can be so personal when it is in a small format but so powerfull when it is on a large scale. The large mural you are working on is amazing. The other paintings are proof of your unlimited talent. All this new work is so beautiful and powerfull too. to me. I think of what they say at Disney, ” All of this started with a mouse” You can say “all of this started with a doodle”
OMG this looks so great.
you can definitely see the greatness in these pieces.
Love the colours and shapes and figures.
Jon, your work is so amazing and inspiring. It is indeed a wonderful exhibition. I would ride trains as many times as needed to catch one of your shows.
(Thanks for that little hero!)
great exhibition jon !! fantastic ~
this is really great man, i love it
Really awesome work.
Wow, amazing work. I really like “Ruled By Probability”.
The paintings look s very good in that great space. Wish i could be there to see for myself.
an amazing show…i wish i were a jet-setter so i can actually see it in person
p.s. i loved your work at the recent factory fresh show…you and jim do great things together
That’s awesome graffiti, man! I love graffiti very much that most of the wall in my neighborhood has my paintings on them. lol. I’ll show you next time.
What an wonderful collection mate, I dig your work.
thanks for sharing.