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TobiasBernstrup_artist_utvaldTobias Bernstrup

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

Website: www.bernstrup.com

News
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…)

TOBIAS BERNSTRUP [solo exhibition] at Bohusläns Museum, March 21 – May 31, 2015

21 mars – 31 maj ”Historien lär oss att vi ingenting lär oss av historien.” Friedrich Hegel Tobias Bernstrup har varit internationellt verksam i över 15 år och har uppmärksammats för sina datorspelsinfluerade verk och genusöverskridande musikperformances. Hans konst rör sig i gränslandet mellan det virtuella och reella, med en fascination för det dystopiska landskapet. Detta är (Read more…)

TOBIAS BERNSTRUP [solo exhibition] August 21 – September 27, 2014

Tobias Bernstrup – SOUTH OF HEAVEN “We learn from history that we do not learn from history” ~ Friedrich Hegel Andrehn-Schiptjenko is pleased to present Tobias Bernstrup’s exhibition South of Heaven, his third solo show at the gallery. The opening takes place on August 21, 5 – 8 p.m. Tobias Bernstrup has been working internationally for more than (Read more…)

ANDRÉHN-SCHIPTJENKO at The Armory Show 2013

We look forward to welcoming you in our booth 705 A, pier 94 at the Armory Show, where we will have the pleasure of exhibiting remarkable works by the following gallery artists. Tobias Bernstrup (b 1970, SE) is one of Sweden’s most important new media based and performance artists, being internationally active for over a (Read more…)

Tobias Bernstrup [group exhibition] at Utah MOCA, 5 October 2012 – 5 January, 2013

Battleground States analyzes the space between traditional gender duality by exploring alternative forms such as the third gender, a generally foreign concept in Western culture. In their non-Western roles, these alternative identities denote a space for possibility and transcendence. The exhibition moves towards notions of the “post-gender” as a way to better understand how our cultural diversities (Read more…)