From press release:
From press release:
One of the characteristics of man is to transform the act of feeding into a vital but risky moment, a moment of pleasure. First of all, to eat to satiety, to quench his craving. Depending on the circumstances, this time is sometimes lonely but it is most often collective. The group (small or large) finds itself there in the emotion of sharing, the need to be together.
From press release:
We are pleased to announce the reopening of the gallery next Tuesday, May 26th with an evolutive group show United we rise. The gallery will resume its normal opening hours by appointment from Tuesday to Saturday, between 11am and 7pm.
Welcome to finissage Saturday June 8th at. 12-16!
We offer coffee and cake.
Thomas Broomé shows the exhibition at. 14.00.
In the Artist’s Stomach
We have the pleasure to invite you to a conversation between artists Marie-Louise Ekman and Thomas Broomé in connection with Broomés exhibition at the gallery.
When: Thursday May 16, 6.00 pm
Where: Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Fredsgatan 12, Stockholm
Free entry. The conversation will be in Swedish.
Please note that seating is limited.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org is required
Opening Reception Saturday April 27, 12–4 pm!
We are pleased to announce our sixth solo exhibition by Thomas Broomé: The Eaters. New sculptures, objects, installations and paintings will be presented in the exhibition.
When I was at culinary school and we were boiling meat stock in gigantic pots, something I had never seen or done before, we would chuck in all the leftovers that weren’t garbage: vegetable peel, meat, bones, tendons from cleaning a steak, and any other tasty morsels that could add flavour to the ever-simmering pot that would sometimes cook for days. Nothing was wasted, and I really liked that process.
När jag gick på restaurangskolan kokade vi köttbuljong i stora grytor, något jag varken hade sett eller gjort tidigare. Då slängde man ner det som blev över men som inte var skräp: grönsaksspill, kött, ben, och senor efter man parerat en stek, och annat smått och gott som kunde ge smak till den ständigt småputtrande grytan som ibland stod på i flera dagar. Inget fick förspillas, och jag gillade den processen väldigt mycket.
How does the work of Ingmar Bergman go beyond the status of cultural heritage by manifesting itself in new forms in today's creative practice?
Galleri Magnus Karlsson moves to London this autumn!
After nearly 20 years at art fairs in Europe and the USA we are trying out new ways of presenting our artists internationally. During 2018 we have taken a pause from international art fairs to explore the possibilities with pop-up exhibitions.
(Press Release in Swedish only)
Fyra konstnärers perspektiv på Bergman:
Thomas Broomé uses repetition as a recurring technique in his art production – playing with words and forms.
From Press Release (in Swedish only):
Några av landets mest intressanta samtida konstnärer har bidragit till denna visning, till förmån för Svenska Konstnärernas Förening/Konstnärshuset.
Intäkterna går oavkortat till verksamheten. Läs mer om oss HÄR.
LARS LERIN/ERNST BILLGREN/HELENE BILLGREN
MARIA LINDBERG/ELIN WIKSTRÖM/JENS FÄNGE
KARIN WIKSTRÖM/THOMAS BROOMÉ/MARIA HALL
ANNA PERSSON/PATRIC LARSSON/LINDA TEDSDOTTER
CARL HAMMOUD/MAURITS YLITALO/DUDA BEBEK
TOMAS LUNDGREN/MARTHA OSSOWSKA PERSSON
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.
Frieze New York opens today! We are pleased to participate for the third time. This year we will present new works by gallery artists Lisa Jonasson, Thomas Broomé & Carl Hammoud. We look forward meeting you in our stand #C27!
Please contact the gallery for more information and visuals.
For contact during the fair, call or text Magnus +46 708 106 906, or send an e-mail.
Thursday, May 5, 11am–7pm
Friday, May 6, 11am–8pm
Saturday, May 7, 11am–7pm
Sunday, May 8, 11am–6pm
What has happened in Swedish art since 1986? The Maria Bonnier Dahlin Foundation has supported young artists for 30 years. Now all 79 artists who have received the grant so far are gathered in this exhibition that will give unique insights into Swedish contemporary art history.
(In Swedish only)
MARIA BACKLÖF, THOMAS BROOMÉ, KARIN FRENNESSON WESTBLAD, MATTIAS OLSSON
Bästa Biennalen genomförs i samarbete med Krapperups Konsthall, Höganäs Museum, Kulturföreningen Artpit samt Höganäs Kommun
Welcome to three artist talks in the galleries located in the building of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts.
We start at Galleri Magnus Karlsson at 2.00 pm where Thomas Broome tells us about his exhibition Breaking Point. At 2.30 pm we continue to Galleri Gunnar Olsson and Maria Halls exhibition Sirens.. Finally we go around the corner to Galleri Riis (3.00 pm) for a presentation of Eva Mag’s exhibition KÖSZÖNÖM/TACK/THANK YOU
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.
We are pleased to announce the fifth solo exhibition by Thomas Broomé in the gallery; Breaking Point.
ModernMantra (la Maison)
A text installation by Thomas Broomé
Thomas Broomé, born 1971. Is a well renowned Swedish artist with an international base.
Thomas has worked in a wide range of materials and expressions, all signified by an elaborate sense of detail. His work is found in-between our usual dichotomies; it is both simple and complex, elegant and crude, naive and mature, traditional and futuristic… it exists on the borders of our common understanding of the world, our agreement of what is real.
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.
We are pleased to present Thomas Broomé’s fourth exhibition in the gallery, Pieces of Andy. A presentation in the inner room of the gallery that displays the artist’s versatility and curiosity for new materials.
From Press Release (swedish only)
Efter sju år återvänder Thomas Broomé till den serie teckningar som var startskottet till ett av Sveriges mest intressanta samtida konstnärskap. Thomas som har ställt ut i både Paris och New York sedan dess, kommer för första gången att visa sina verk i sin födelsestad Malmö. Vi kommer att bjudas på en rykande färsk installation av teckningar, videofilm och blinkande lampor.
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:
The latest works of Thomas Broomé are inspired by Andy Warhol and in particular from the 1988 Sotheby’s auction of Warhol’s estate and art collections where over ten thousand lots were sold.
What do we know about Andy Warhol?
From Press Release:
Tallinn International Drawing Triennial “Vaikne revolutsioon/Silent Revolution“, curated by Anu Juurak, expands upon the fears and hopes of today’s society and popularizes drawing in the context of contemporary art.
Last summer Thomas Broomé was an artist in residence at the Bergman Estate. With great pleasure we exhibit a suite of paintings depicting the different rooms in Ingmar Bergman’s house.
Opening Sunday June 24, 2 PM, BONDANS
Galleri Magnus Karlsson is pleased to present Thomas Broomé’s third solo exhibition in the gallery. The exhibition The Guest displays new paintings, sculptures and a light installation. It is also the premiere screening of Broomé's video Wanderer. This work was specifically conceived for, and shot at, Ingmar Bergman’s estate Hammars on the island of Fårö, Sweden.
Gallery Magnus Karlsson is pleased to announce Thomas Broomé’s first separate exhibition at the gallery. The exhibitions titel LOW_RES / HI_RES (low resolution/high resolution) allude to counterparts which is a common theme in Thomas Broomés work. The exhibition shows drawings, sculptures and a computer game.
Contemporary artists and Ingmar Bergman.
Film screening and discussion.
Galleri Magnus Karlsson is pleased to introduce Thomas Broomés second exhibition at the gallery.