2017 is the 30-year anniversary of the Beckers Art Award. This will be presented in a commemorative exhibition where all former winners of the award will participate alongside with this year’s winner, Anna Camner. Beckers Art award was established in 1987 and has since then proven to have a remarkable ability to identify young talent on the brink of a breakthrough in their careers. The winner is awarded a grant, which from this year has been raised from 150 000 to 200 000 SEK, and a solo exhibition that has, since 2001, been arranged and held in collaboration with Färgfabriken.
Proudly presenting works by the following artists:
The invitation sent to the chosen artists on the 3rd November:
We have the pleasure to present Spotlight #2, a short group exhibition where we introduce current works by a selection of the gallery artists. We would also like to take this opportunity to welcome two new artists to the gallery; Bella Rune and Idun Baltzersen.
From Pressrelease (in Swedish only):
About the Swedish collection Archive of Visions and Actions included in the exhibition: What happens if you ask more than two hundred artists to take on the same miniature scale – a ten by twelve centimeter linen canvas on a wooden frame – as their common starting point? What will the artists do with this common condition, having to change scale from much larger works – or from video, performance or conceptual works – to a small canvas? The variation among the Swedish participants is large in terms of age, geography, material, media, themes, and methods.
We are proud to participate in the third edition of Chart Art Fair in Copenhagen. The fair is focused on contemporary art from the leading galleries in the Nordic region. It showcases a selection of carefully selected and invited galleries and features an ambitious collateral programme of talks, performances and special projects.
In our stand (#19) we will present new works on paper by a selection of gallery artists. Please contact us for more information and visuals.
Welcome to Copenhagen!
Press release (In Swedish Only):
I Maria Nordins storskaliga akvareller och animationer har kroppen och måleriet länge varit de centrala utgångspunkterna. De senaste åren har hon prövat kroppen i förhållande till landskapet och rummet. I utställningen visas ett urval av dessa verk.
Nordic Contemporary Art Space Proudly Presents “Too Much of a Good Thing” - A group exhibition by artists from Denmark & Norway, Sweden & Finland
From Press Release (in Swedish only):
Det är med stor glädje och respekt Smålands Konstarkiv och Vandalorum presenterar Maria Nordins konstnärskap. Nordin uttrycker sig i storskaliga akvareller och animationer. Närgångna skildringar av människor och landskap med drag av abstraktion. Med ett upplöst och samtidigt precist formspråk. I den kommande utställningen på Vandalorum visas framför allt verk från de senaste fem åren och den fördjupning som skett.
We are pleased to present Maria Nordin’s (b.1980) first solo exhibition at the gallery. Landforms is a geomorphological unit that specifies formations of a landscape. The exhibition includes works that connect the bodily with the spatial and painting as form and medium.
We are pleased to present the group exhibition 2014. A selection of gallery artists including: Mamma Andersson, Lars Arrhenius, Thomas Broomé, Sara-Vide Ericson, Carl Hammoud, Tommy Hilding, Kent Iwemyr, Richard Johansson, Susanne Johansson, Lisa Jonasson, Klara Kristalova, Ulf Lundin, Maria Nordin, Dan Wolgers and others.
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.
From Press Release (in swedish only)
Thirteen contemporary Swedish and international artists from England, Finland, Italy, Sweden and South Korea participate in Avesta Art 2013 under the theme “Heart & Brain”.
We are proud to announce the gallery’s participation at the Frieze Art Fair in London for the ninth consecutive year.
This year we show a solo presentation by Maria Nordin together with works by Mamma Andersson, Jens Fänge, Thomas Broomé, Amy Bennett, Jockum Nordstrom, Peter Köhler and Lisa Jonasson.
The exhibition title, EORUM SANAI (Ice Man), is directly in reference to Novelist Murakami Haruki‟s short story “Ice Man.” In this story, the protagonist is simply called “ice man” from beginning to end, without any mention of his actual name or any hint at personal backgrounds. He is a man without a history about how he lived in the past, what he will be doing in the future, or what he should be doing; the only thing the readers know is the fact that he is there at the present moment in which he exists.
The Gallery, Studio Building
21 Evesham Street, London W11 4AJ, UK
Monday 6 February – Friday 23 March 2012, 2 – 5pm
An exhibition by Beckers Art Award winner, Maria Nordin, is to launch a new Central London gallery space for both established and graduate artists.
The recipient of Beckers Art Award 2011 is Maria Nordin, born 1980, works in Stockholm.
Beckers Art Award has, since its establishment in 1987, been awarded to several of Sweden’s most innovative and exciting young artists, such as Dan Wolgers (1989), Jockum Nordström (1999), Linn Fernström (2000), and Nathalie Djurberg (2006). The selected artist receives 150,000 SEK, as well as a solo exhibition organized in collaboration with Färgfabriken. Since 2000, the selected artist’s works have been exhibited in a solo show at Färgfabriken.
Cecilia Bonilla, Elin Elfström, Katarina Elvén, Jenny Källman, Anna Linderstam, Maria Nordin, Année Olofsson, Julia Peirone och Anna Strand.
Vernissage torsdag den 6:e oktober, kl: 17-20
Utställningen invigs kl: 18.00
CFF - Centrum för fotografi, Tjärhovsgatan 44 i Stockholm
Galleri Magnus Karlsson is pleased to present the exhibition IN FRAMES with new works by the artists; Niklas Eneblom, Maria Nordin and Ulf Lundin.
The title can allude to framed paintings at an exhibition, but rather highlights the artists' relationship to film, working practices and regulations.