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DSC_6041Jacob Dahlgren

Born 1970 in Stockholm, Sweden
Lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden

Website: www.jacobdahlgren.com

News
JACOB DAHLGREN [solo-exhibition] at Museum Ritter, Waldenbuch, October 15, 2017 – April 8, 2018

Jacob Dahlgren belongs to a generation of contemporary artists who have taken the constructive-geometrical tradition a logical step further, and in that way arrived at completely new approaches. His materials consist of simple, mass produced everyday objects which he finds in department or DIY stores. Dahlgren employs plastic coat hangers, pencils, folding rulers or rip (Read more…)

Andréhn-Schiptjenko at Chart Art Fair, Copenhagen, September 1-3, 2017

Andréhn-Schiptjenko at Chart Art Fair Copenhagen, September 1-3, 2017 We look forward to welcoming you in booth no. 26 at Chart Art Fair in Copenhagen, where we will present works by Linder, Tony Matelli and Jacob Dahlgren. Linder (b. 1954, United Kingdom) Linder is an internationally celebrated artist who applies the principles of collage to (Read more…)

JACOB DAHLGREN [permanent installation] Astana, Kazakstan

Jacob Dahlgren’s work is composed of 104 parts in 18 colors on a foundation measuring 10.5 x 10.5 meters. Dahlgren started with a rectangular shape of specific dimensions – 27.5 x 27.5 x 110 cm – which he then combined. The different parts are divided into sections that are linked into upright and horizontal structures. (Read more…)

JACOB DAHLGREN [permanent sculpture] Kumla, Sweden

Permanent sculpture for Konst på hög in Kumla, Sweden 2017.

JACOB DAHLGREN [solo exhibition] at South Dublin Arts Centre, September 20 – November 1, 2014

The exhibition brings together two works by Swedish artist Jacob Dahlgren, which have been reconfigured for RUA RED. Heaven is a Place on Earth is a large floor work comprising 195 polished bathroom scales in candy-pop colours, ranging from turquoise and lime to cerise and black. The Wonderful World of Abstraction takes its sculptural form from 1000’s of metres (Read more…)