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Maya Eizin-utvaldMaya Eizin Öijer

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

News
MAYA EIZIN ÖIJER [solo exhibition] at Ljungbergmuseet, Kronobergs läns Bildkonstmuseum, April 13 – June 2, 2013

Maya Eizin Öijer’s exhibition Burning Bright travels to Ljungbergmuseet, Kronobergs län Bildkonstmuseum, April 13 – June 2, 2013. More information in Swedish: Burning Bright med Maya Eizin Öijer som invigs kl 14 av John Peter Nilsson chef för Moderna Museet i Malmö därefter blir det också ett samtal om konst mellan dessa båda samt Bruno K. (Read more…)

MAYA EIZIN ÖIJER [solo exhibition] March 29 – May 6, 2012

We are proud to present a new solo show with Maya Eizin Öijer – Burning Bright. In her new paintings, she uses a direct approach and vivid colours, illustrating the balance of human nature between vitality and ruthless destructiveness. The title of the exhibition alludes to this theme and is taken from the English poet (Read more…)

Maya Eizin Öijer at Uppsala Konstmuseum, March 17 – April 25, 2012

Saturday March 17 Uppsala Konstmuseum opens the exhibition ”I betraktarens ögon – känslor och nakenhet i konsten” (In the eyes of the beholder – feelings and nudity in art), which continues the work to gain insight into and problematize their own collections, now from a gender perspective. This time the attention is on the naked (Read more…)

Maya Eizin Öijer [group exhibition] Jyväskylän Art Museum, 5 May – 2 September, 2012

Organised since 1975, Graphica Creativa is the oldest recurring international printmaking exhibition of the Nordic countries. Graphica Creativa differentiates itself from other traditional printmaking bi and triennials in its efforts to find particular themes or perspectives in current printmaking. Previous themes included printmaking outside of Europe, publishers and work-shops, the border zone of printmaking, and (Read more…)

MAYA EIZIN ÖIJER [solo exhibition] May 7 – June 14, 2009

Andréhn-Schiptjenko is proud to present Maya Eizin Öijer’s exhibition Lost Moments. The opening takes place on Thursday May 7th, 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. Maya Eizin Öijer has without doubt played an important role on the Swedish art scene since the 1970ies. By reusing images from art history and popular culture, her work is characterized (Read more…)