Exhibition view, Summer Show, 2024. Photo Julien Gremaud.

Julia von Eichel & Anna Higgins & Eliot Möwes & Jon Merz & Brieuc Remy

Summer Show Group Show

JUNE 7TH - JULY 5TH 2024

From June 7th until July 5th 2024, GALERIE MIGHELA SHAMA is pleased to present a new group exhibition featuring works by Julia von Eichel, Anna Higgins, Jon Merz, Eliot Möwes and Brieuc Remy. A dialogue of media and references, the gallery brings these artists together and presents significant works.

Julia von Eichel, White Noise, 2024, Oil pastel and graphite on paper, 76 x 56 cm.

Julia von Eichel, born in St. Gallen in 1974, lives and works in New York. Julia von Eichel's work is an invitation to question her own materiality and the very medium of painting. The artist herself defines her practice as sculptural, in a constant search for an answer to the world in which we live, paper becomes a space where everything collides. In 2025, Julia von Eichel will present her work in a solo exhibition at Perrotin New York.

Exhibition view, Summer Show, 2024. Photo Julien Gremaud.

Exhibition view, Summer Show, 2024. Photo Julien Gremaud.

Anna Higgins, Pale Green Mist, 2023, Multiple exposure positive film on Somerset paper, 179 x 129 cm.

Anna Higgins, born in Melbourne in 1991, lives and works in London. Anna Higgins explores images using a complex method of reappropriation combining painting, collage and photography. She offers the result of a hybridization of mediums, which she re-contextualizes to reveal new perspectives and poetic interpretations, almost like an astronomical imagery. 

Brieuc Remy, Vertebra, 2024, Dry pastel on canvas, 116 x 89 cm.

Brieuc Remy, born in Dijon in 1991, lives and works in Aubervilliers. Using dry pastels, Brieuc Remy turns physicality on its head, making it abstract and almost science-fictional: a link is created between the organic and the mechanical. In 2023, Brieuc Remy created an illustration for the Jacquemus ‘Soleil’ collection. 

Jon Merz, Nuage Rose, 2023, Oil on linen, 100 x 80 cm.

Jon Merz, born in Neuenburg in 1981, lives and works between Berlin and Basel. Appropriating the codes of painting, Jon Merz's work is part of a quest for figuration through a reflection on shapes and colours: he shows ‘reveals what is already there’. Jon Merz is a finalist in the Swiss Art Awards in 2024. 

Exhibition view, Summer Show, 2024. Photo Julien Gremaud.

Eliot Möwes, born in 1997, lives and works in Lausanne. His work focuses on the study of different techniques, in particular painting and drawing. In 2022, he co-founded the artist run space ‘Magic Stop’ together with Iacopo Spini.

Exhibition view, Summer Show, 2024. Photo Julien Gremaud.

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