Carin Ellberg The gallery is closed for summer

The gallery is closed for summer and will be unstaffed between July 10 – August 7. It is open by appointment until July 7.

We reopen August 24 with an exhibition by Carin Ellberg.

Future Revisited

As a celebration of the passing of Andréhn-Schiptjenko’s 25th birthday and in the midst of rapid and sometimes unsettling change that is rippling through society and thus the arts, the fall season of 2017 will be devoted to Future Revisited – a look at the future through a review of the past. The gallery will present three exhibitions reflecting on past seminal projects that were precursors of changes, be they social, technological or political that have taken place in the past 20-30 years. What seemed unpredictable in the present has in hindsight been in the making for a while and what is now hailed as new and inventive may have already taken form many years ago. What can we learn from this, looking forward?

Programme:

Carin Ellberg: Selfportraits 1985-1995
August 24 – September 30, 2017

Annika Larsson: DOG (2001), BEND II (2001), PINK BALL (2002)
October 5 – November 11, 2017

Abigail Lane: The Inspirator, 2001
November 16 – end of December, 2017

Tobias Bernstrup and Palle Torsson
Interactive works from the 90’s will be on view in the gallery’s project room in conjunction with Abigail Lane’s exhibition at the gallery
November 16 – end of December, 2017


Carin Ellberg: Selfportraits 1985-1995
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The gallery is closed for summer and will be unstaffed between July 10 – August 7. It is open by appointment until July 7. We reopen August 24 with an exhibition by Carin Ellberg. Future Revisited As a celebration of the passing of Andréhn-Schiptjenko’s 25th birthday and in the midst of rapid and sometimes unsettling change that (Read more…)

Veilhan_STUDIO-VENEZIA_Photo_Giacomo-Cosua_BD1 XAVIER VEILHAN [solo-exhibition] in the French Pavilion, the 57th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, May 13 – November 26, 2017

Xavier Veilhan Studio Venezia French Pavilion the 57th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia Studio Venezia, Xavier Veilhan’s musical pavilion “I imagine an overall environment: an immersive installation that propels visitors to the world of the recording studio and that is inspired by the pioneering work of Kurt Schwitters, the Merzbau (1923-1937). Musicians from (Read more…)

Den sista on GUNNEL WÅHLSTRAND [solo-exhibition] at Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, June 24 – September 24, 2017

Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen presents an extensive solo exhibition by Swedish artist Gunnel Wåhlstrand (b. 1974). Wåhlstrand creates extraordinary large-scale ink wash paintings featuring monumental landscapes, compelling portraits and serene interiors with intriguing compositions. The point of departure for Wåhlstrand’s work was a box of family photographs—the only connection that she had to her father (Read more…)

JLC JOSÉ LEÓN CERRILLO [solo-exhibition] at Andréhn-Schiptjenko, May 4 – June 22, 2017

THE NEW BAROQUE José León Cerrillo at Andréhn-Schiptjenko May 4 – June 22, 2017 It is with great pleasure we announce the opening of José León Cerrillo’s second solo-exhibition at Andréhn-Schiptjenko, opening on Thursday 4 May between 5-8 pm. Cerrillo explores the possibilities of genuine abstraction through a wide range of media, from printed posters (Read more…)

Triptyk TOBIAS BERNSTRUP, MARTIN JACOBSON AND LENA JOHANSSON [group-exhibition] at Vessfossen Kunstlaboratorium, Norway, May 6 – October 1, 2017

IF YOU DON’T LIKE ART, GOODBYE, FUCK OFF, GO HOME … Art from Nordic Contemporary Art Collection – NoCo, curated by Göran Christenson Is it actually possible to observe and take the pulse of contemporary art almost at the moment it comes into being? Many would regard it as an impossible task, as contemporary art (Read more…)

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