We are proud to present the seventh annual exhibition at the gallery’s summer project space Hellvi Kännungs on the island of Gotland. This year we have invited the artist Jeff Olsson to live and work during the months of June and July. The gallery space will be his studio and on July 20 we will open the doors to present what has been made during his stay. The exhibition will run until July 30 and will be open every day.
From Press Release (in Swedish only):
Vi inviger årets första utställning på Passagen lördagen den 23/1 kl 13.00. Denna gång visar vi teckning, skulptur och måleri av Jeff Olsson (f 1981) och Joakim Ojanen (f 1985).
We are pleased to announce Jeff Olsson’s second solo exhibition in the gallery; The Thoughts of Vegetables. Ann-Charlotte Glasberg Blomqvist writes about the exhibition:
I look at nature
Nature looks at me
Aase Berg, Liknöjd fauna (Indifferent Fauna), 2011
Galleri Magnus Karlsson has partnered with Hotel le Manoir in Banyuls-sur-Mer, France. We will make on-site exhibitions with gallery artists and also work towards an exchange between the artists, guests of the hotel and the local cultural scene. The first exhibition presents more than 30 works by 16 of the gallery’s artists.The works are not selected on the basis of a special theme, but there are a number connections to the geographical location, the building and the local nature and culture.
Some of the participating artists:
Ola Billgren, Niklas Eneblom, Dick Bengtsson, Carl Hammoud, Jeff Olsson, Mari Rantanen
From the pressrelease (in Swedish only):
Cooper & Gorfer
Curators: Pål Svensson and Hasse Persson
Some of the participating artists:
Jens Fänge, Tuija Lindström, Peter Johansson, Annica Karlsson Rixon, Jacob Dahlgren, Andreas Eriksson, Lotta Hannerz, Ann Eringstam, Jeff Olsson, Maria Miesenberger, Eva Klasson, Gerry Johansson, Lovisa Ringborg, Julia Peirone, Dana Sederowsky, Helene Billgren, Patrik Andine, Omid Delafrouz, Leif Elggren, Lotta Antonsson, Carl Hammoud, Annika von Hausswolff, Carl Michael von Hausswolff, Tomas Lundgren & Maria Johansson.
From the press release:
In 2010 Jeff Olsson participated in Knock Knock, a group exhibition curated by KRETS at Needles & Pens in San Francisco. We are now pleased to present his first exhibition in Malmö.
We are pleased to present Under the Spell, a solo presentation by Jeff Olsson at Market 2014. Under the Spell will show works on paper where Jeff Olsson takes us to moments in a remote wilderness with deep caves and enchanted forest. We can see traces of someone that has been here before us. Once the fire has been extinguished the clouds have become darker and the vegetation impenetrable in this no man's land.
Galleri Magnus Karlsson is pleased to announce a group exhibition that will be on display throughout the summer. In conjunction with the inauguration of Nationalmuseum’s temporary space with the exhibition Carl Larsson - Friends and Enemies in our building (The Royal Academy of Fine Arts), we will show Time Waits for Us . This exhibition presents new works by all of our gallery artists.
Jack Hanley Gallery is pleased to present a new body of large-scale drawings by Jeff Olsson. This exhibition will mark the artist’s first solo show in the United States and with the gallery.
Peter Bergman, Björkholmen Gallery, Galleri Flach, Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Galleri Kleerup, Galerie Nordenhake,
Tovar Ressle, Stene Projects, Galleri Anna Thulin
Opening: January 24th. 6 PM–9 PM / 18–21
Friday: 10 AM–8 PM / 10–20
Saturday: 10 AM–6 PM / 10–18
Sunday: 11 AM–6 PM / 11–18
From May 1st until August 1st, 2012, artist, painter, theatre and television producer Kamagurka acts as curator for a special art project in Bruges: Kamarama. On several locations he will display his own works as well as works of other artists who inspire and fascinate him. It is an exhibition full of remarkable art, surprising perspectives and a certain amount of humour.
Jeff Olsson showed a small exhibition in the gallery in 2009, but Parading Without a Permit is the first solo presentation in Stockholm.
We are proud to present an exhibition with three new larger works by Jeff Olsson. The stories spring to us from the wilderness, where dream and reality is as close as inseparable brothers and sisters, where the present seems to collide with the past and destruction with bloom. Drawings in charcoal and graphite in which the meeting with the grand nature contains the most detailed stories.