Architecture of Silence”, exhibition by Catalan painter and sculptor Ramon Enrich at Richard Koh Fine Art Singapore

A painting of a red and brown building

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Blk 47 Malan Road, #01-26

Gillman Barracks, Singapore 109444


“Architecture of Silence”

exhibition by Catalan painter and sculptor Ramon Enrich

25 May – 15 June 2024

Private Preview: 25 April (Saturday), 4 pm – 7pm

Richard Koh Fine Art Singapore

RKFA Singapore is thrilled to announce “Architecture of Silence,” an upcoming exhibition by Catalan painter and sculptor Ramon Enrich. This evocative showcase will be on display from 25 May to 15 June 2024 at RKFA Singapore’s gallery, located at 47 Malan Road, #01-26 Gillman Barracks, Singapore 109444.

Ramon Enrich’s distinctive artistry blurs the line between seeing and perceiving, compelling viewers to explore the subtle transition where vision merges with understanding. Utilising architecture as a narrative instrument, Enrich constructs minimalist yet poetic spaces that speak to the complexities of time, modernity, and emotional resonance, urging a deeper contemplation where emotions overshadow visual interpretations.

“Architecture of Silence” features a series of Enrich’s impactful large-scale paintings alongside smaller, intimate works. Each piece serves as a gateway to a private, transformative theatre, capturing ephemeral moments on the cusp of vanishing. Through abstract and emotional architectures, these works articulate a world that is both mythical and intimately familiar.

RKFA Singapore invites visitors to immerse themselves in this unique exhibition, which explores how painting transcends conventional frameworks to embrace the realms of emotional and architectural expression. Through his innovative use of materials, Enrich compels viewers to rethink the essence of painting, proposing a vision that reaches beyond traditional confines to spaces where extraordinary phenomena unfold.

A collage of paintings

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TQPR Thailand

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