Gershon Kreimer (U.S.A., b. Lima, Peru) lives and works in Los Angeles. He graduated from New York University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Film. After a brief period in New York City as a lighting technician; he shifted towards production in independent film, television, and live network news broadcasting.
In 2012 Gershon changed course to fully pursue photography as his primary medium. His interest however, is not the photographic language, but the distortion and eventual elimination of photography from the photograph.
Each of his several series explores a different type of manipulation, making anatomy whether whole, fragmented, distorted, or modified; its primary language.
The body becomes an authentic representation of text, through a provoked and voluntary process of irrationality performed by the subject.
His first solo show: “Proving the Limits of Interpretation: Selected Works 2012-2016”, took place at the AEterna Gallery in Los Angeles in February 2016.
His work. “Grace 2” was included in the offering of “Boys, Boys, Boys” in London; alongside works by Andy Warhol and Wolfgang Tillmans.
Kreimer has participated in various group shows in Los Angeles, and Lima-Peru, as well as several art fairs.
Kreimer’s work is included in numerous private collections in the cities of Los Angeles, New York, London, Miami, Mexico City, and Lima-Peru.
To use the language of photography as little as possible. Only its most basic formalities are sufficient. Nothing must lack poverty.
To provoke a voluntary pre-modern voluntary state of catharsis in the subject. The insides of the subject manifest themselves through the outside: skin-muscles-ligaments-skeleton.
For the insides to be unconsciously revealed to the camera; the mind should be involved as little as possible in the process.
The mind should be involved as little as possible in the process.
Ad Usum Delphini: When the body is fragmented or hidden by geometry; it assumes the function of text as well as a fence around exposed anatomy, protecting the sensibilities of the viewer.
The geometric shape and the choice of color should be simple to accentuate the hidden. Everything framed by a strictly formal presentation.
Art Market San Francisco: Timothy Yarger Fine Art
Art Miami: Timothy Yarger Fine Art: Miami Art Basel Week.
Market Art + Design, The Hamptons: Timothy Yarger Fine Art Photo L.A.: Timothy Yarger Fine Art.
Aspen Art Fair: Timothy Yarger Fine Art.
Boys! Boys! Boys! sale curated by Ghislain Pascal, The Little Black Gallery in London
Ping-Pong, Los Angeles Art Fair.
Probing the Limits of Interpretation: Selected works 2012-2015
AEterna Gallery, Los Angeles, California.
Art Aspen, Timothy Yarger Fine Art, Aspen Colorado
-“Boys! Boys! Boys!” sale curated by Ghislain Pascal of The Little Black Gallery in London, alongside Wolfgang Tillmans, Robert Mapplethorpe, Andy Warhol, Jack Pierson, Tom Bianchi and Walter Pfieffer.
-“Ping Pong”, Los Angeles Art Fair.
-Aqua Art Miami, Cancio Contemporary
-Experimento BIO Sala Bilbao Historiko, Bilbao, Spain.
-Impakto Summer Show, 2015, Galeria Impakto, Lima, Peru.
-Captiv8, G-Collective, Los Angeles, United States.
-Visceral: Always in Real Time, Aqua, Art Miami, Miami Beach, United States.
-Lumino City, Galeria Impakto, Lima, Peru.
Nakid Magazine, "VOID Gershon Kreimer, Artist to watch". July, 2018.
"Akt Now: Gershon Kreimer", Art Magazin, Germany, January, 2017.
Photo 15 Catalog, Front Art Space, New York.
"Dynamic Synapses", The Opera Magazine issue #4, July 2015.