closed_utvald HAPPY HOLIDAYS

Happy Holidays from all of us at Andréhn-Schiptjenko!

We are out of office between December 21 – January 7. The gallery reopens January 15, 5-8 pm with Per B Sundberg‘s first solo-exhibition at the gallery.

Siri Derkert SIRI DERKERT [solo exhibition] at Andréhn-Schiptjenko, November 13 – December 20, 2014

Andréhn-Schiptjenko proudly presents the first extensive solo show with works by Siri Derkert. The opening takes place on Thursday, November 13, 5-8 pm. Siri Derkert (1888–1973) is known for her highly personal expressionist style and for her monumental public commissions, often of a political nature. She is one of the few prominent female artists in (Read more…)

Siobhan-Hapaska SIOBHÁN HAPASKA [award] New City Art Prize, Milton Keynes, December 5, 2014 – January 11, 2015

Siobhán Hapaska wins the 2014 New City Art Prize The inaugural MK Community Foundation New City Art Prize for the Visual Arts has been awarded to Siobhán Hapaska. The 2014 New City Art Prize, funded by MK Community Foundation, recognises an outstanding and innovative UK artist, and aims to connect emerging visual artists in and around Milton (Read more…)

Sundbergbildkonstnarsfondensstorastipendium PER B SUNDBERG [grant] Bildkonstnärsfondens Stora Stipendium 2014

Bildkonstnärsfonden har beslutat att tilldela keramik- och glaskonstnären Per B Sundberg 2014 års Stora stipendium på 300 000 kr. Stipendiet tilldelas en aktiv konstnär som med en mycket hög konstnärlig kvalitet har stor betydelse för nya generationer av konstnärer.Bildkonstnärsfondens motivering lyder:Per B Sundberg var en banbrytare redan i sina examensarbeten på Konstfack 1990. Hans stora (Read more…)

Katrine Helmersson-Kulturhuset-uvald KATRINE HELMERSSON [mid career retrospective] at Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, November 15, 2014 – February 1, 2015

Katrine Helmersson – POCHOIR, 15 November–1 February, 2015 Gallery 3, Floor 3, curator: Ulrika Sten Kulturhuset Stadsteatern The exhibition title, Pochoir, is borrowed from the French for void, pocket, or lack. Katrine Helmersson’s sculptures often have French titles, and her works can allude to themes and ideas from French philosophers such as Julia Kristeva and (Read more…)