Annika-von-Hausswolff-Andrehn-Schiptjenko-2015 ANNIKA VON HAUSSWOLFF [solo exhibition] at Andréhn-Schiptjenko, August 20 – September 26, 2015

The gallery is closed for summer.

Next exhibition, Annika von Hausswolff, opens August 20.

 

 

Martin Jacobson MARTIN JACOBSON [solo exhibition] at Norrtälje konsthall, June 13 – August 30, 2015

Martin Jacobson at Norrtälje konsthall, June 13 – August 30, 2015 Martin Jacobson (b. 1978, Sweden) rummages through the detritus of art history – flea markets, second hand bookshops and the internet – collecting images of archetypical motifs and themes such as sunsets, forests, mythological images and architectural forms. Recombining these elements he compiles collages, (Read more…)

A bust of Nils Strid The First Bank Robber of Sweden, 2011 JOHAN ZETTERQUIST [solo exhibition] at Göteborgs Konsthall, June 12 – August 23, 2015

Johan Zetterquist 2015.06.12-2015.08.23 “Alas, he is so handsome and wise, soulful and lovely, that I fear that his life must melt away in this vulgar world like a fleeting dream of the gods.”  Richard Wagner on Ludwig II of BavariaBy Liv Stoltz, Exhibition Curator, Göteborgs Konsthall Johan Zetterquist’s exhibition Kill the Poor Eat the Rich is both (Read more…)

CarinEllberg CARIN ELLBERG [solo exhibition] at Värmlands Museum, Karlstad, May 30 – August 16, 2015

Carin Ellberg Det här hade jag ingen aning om för ett år sedan Opening May 30, 1 p.m. in Västra Galleriet, Cyrillushuset. The exhibition runs through August 16. The point of departure of Carin Ellberg’s art is often waywardly constructed pictorial worlds, and her œuvre is characterized by a unique exploration of not only shapes (Read more…)

Matts-Leiderstam-Venice-Biennale ANDRÉHN-SCHIPTJENKO artists at the Venice Biennale, May 9 – November 22, 2015

Andréhn-Schiptjenko congratulates their participants in the 56th Venice Biennale Siobhán Hapaska – showing in Vita Vitale commissioned by the Heyday Aliyev Foundation for the Azerbaijan Pavilion Matts Leiderstam – showing in Experimentality, curated by the University of Arts of Helsinki for the Research Pavilion Nandipha Mntambo – showing in What remains is tomorrow, curated by (Read more…)