Artist

Erez Solo Rimon

Introducing Erez

Rimon studied textile-design in his home town of Tel-Aviv, Israel. In 2014 he moved to London and completed his master in fine art at Sir John Cass College of Art. His main art practice is with textiles, making knitting and prints, creating abstract framed images, sculptures and installations.

What we love about Erez

These textile works of art are delicate, wispy, hand-knitted puffs of mohair silk. Many of them based on the lofty idea of clouds bursting in mid-air. You might be swept away in a daydream each time you look at them.

Artist Bio

Solo Exhibition

  1. 2014 – London Studio #1 by NContemporary at Orproject Studio, London, UK

Group Exhibitions

  1. 2016 – Mooi Festival, De Studio, Antwerp, Belguim
  2. 2016 – The Other Art Fair, Old Truman Brewery, London, UK
  3. 2015 – The Others Fair Torino, Italy
  4. 2015 – 9 Rooms at The CASS, London, UK
  5. 2015 – Internationl Textile Biennial 2015 Haacht, Belgium
  6. 2014 – Seams, by Sweet’Art, Hoxton Arches, London, UK
  7. 2014 – Woven Consciousness, Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel
  8. 2014 – The Other Art Fair, Marylebone, London, UK
  9. 2013 – Eye Territory at The Diaghilev Live Art Hotel, Tel Aviv, Israel
  10. 2013 – Pinpoint 13, One Church Street Gallery , Great Missenden, UK
  11. 2013 – Transitions, La Culture #8, Gordon Gallery 2, Tel Aviv, Israel
  12. 2012 – By The Knitted Eye, HaMevoah Gallery, Hod HaSharon, Israel
  13. 2012 – Going Fabric, Jaffa Port, Tel-Aviv, Israel

Residencies

  1. 2016 (August – October) TexUp – Upcycling Labo for local textile waste at DeStudio Antwerp, Belguim
  2. 2012 (September – October) Holon Design Museum ,Israel – Holon Fashion Week Conference 12 CLOTHES FOR BUILDING – installation

Education

  1. 2015 MFA The CASS – Sir John Cass College of Art, London Metropolitan University
  2. 2012 – B.Des, Shenkar College of Engineering and Design, The Department of Textile Design,
  3. Major in Knitting

Impressions

Artworks

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