We are pleased to announce the ninth summer exhibition at Hellvi Kännungs, Gotland, Sweden. The exhibition Still Life presents a personal selection of paintings, sculptures and photographs around the concept of still life. Pictures and objects of subjects which have been carefully arranged or where everyday life and chance have set the stage. In some works the objects are loaded with content and history, in others reduced to forms and surfaces in a composition.
From press release:
Welcome to our summer exhibition Art Attack delivering a real injection of contemporary art to you! Art Attack was born out of the Corona crisis when we had to change our planned summer exhibition. We hope this acts as an “art attack” stimulating your mind in a positive way during uncertain times. Right now, when we ourselves and the world at large face challenges, art can contribute to reflection and perspective on our existence and eternal existential questions.
We have postponed our regular public program and hope to open as usual again on May 9th. In the meantime, we have installed a group exhibition with a selection of works by gallery artists. The works are new, previously unseen or have been shown in other contexts. The exhibition runs through May 2, but may change over time. For the time being, we have the gallery open by appointment only. Please come and visit us if you have the possibility. Email or call us (+46 8 660 43 53 or +46 708 106 906) to make an appointment.
Tommy Hilding exhibits at Sturehof in Stockholm.
Opening reception: 8 March 17—19
From press release:
Tommy Hilding opens his show at Sturehof on March 8 at 17-19. The opening is open to all and no registration is required. Exhibition is ongoing until the summer.
Från press release:
Välkommen på vernissagen för utställning ”Föreställningar om naturen” lördag den 25 januari kl 14.00. Mikael Ahlund, konsthistoriker och museichef för Gustavianum i Uppsala inviger utställningen.
Recording of a public conversation between Carl-Johan Olsson, curator at The National Gallery of Sweden and artist Tommy Hilding in his exhibition Revisited at Gallery Magnus Karlsson in Stockholm.
The conversation is in Swedish and was recorded on Sunday November 17, 2019.
Edited by Felix Berg
Thanks to Carl-Johan Olsson and Tommy Hilding
© Galleri Magnus Karlsson 2019
We have the pleasure to invite you to a conversation between the artist Tommy Hilding and Carl-Johan Olsson, curator at the National Museum in Stockholm. The conversation is held in conjunction with Tommy Hilding’s exhibition Revisited at the gallery.
When: Sunday, November 17, 2 pm
Where: Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Fredsgatan 12, Stockholm
Free entrance. The conversation will be in Swedish
Please note that seating is limited.
The conversation is arranged during Gallery Weekend Stockholm.
We are pleased to present Tommy Hilding’s thirteenth solo exhibition at the gallery. The paintings in the exhibition Revisited invites us to travel in time, from today’s urban world to the dramatic landscape depictions of romanticism.
From Press Release:
23 MARCH - 14 APRIL, 2019
Opening Saturday March 23, 12-4 PM (12-16)
”This exhibition is a kind of painted picture collage that revolves around concepts of moving in time and space. Both the Englishman Joseph Mallord William Turner and the Swedish 19th-century painter Marcus Larson are on my journey.”
Galleri Thomassen is pleased to present RE TOUR, Tommy Hilding´s fifth solo show at the gallery.
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.
We are pleased to be a part of Chart Art Fair in Copenhagen for the fifth consecutive year. At this year’s edition of Chart we will show a wide variety of paintings in a group exhibition with selected works by 13 of the gallery artists.
Recognizing the growing need for new forms of work space and collaborative environments, Alma is opening its doors on Nybrogatan 8 in Stockholm. A space for work and play, Alma was founded for the sole purpose of nurturing creative people and their ideas.
We are pleased to present the our twelfth solo exhibition by Tommy Hilding. The paintings in Escapeland connect history with present – a contemporary language collides with landscape painting from the 1800s. Read the catalogue text by Björn Springfeldt here below:
Under a Dome of Light
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.
From Press Release (in Swedish only):
Tommy Hildings närmast fotorealistiska landskap är urbana, oftast förortsmiljöer. Arkitektur, gator och lekplatser, och ibland människor, tar gestalt i en dov färgskala. Annalkande oväder, eller passerat, himlen är gråblå och i horisonten kan ibland solen anas. Tommy Hilding går även inomhus och målar interiörer och närbilder av individer. Det är melankoliskt och vackert. Den här filmade intervjun från 2012 på 12 min ger en fin inblick i hans konstnärskap.
We are pleased to present this summer’s exhibition at Hellvi Kännungs, Gotland. The converted 19th century barn on the north-eastern Gotland serves as Galleri Magnus Karlsson’s project space in summer and it is now the fourth year we operate there during July. This year’s exhibition, Memories Look at us, presents new works by Tommy Hilding, Susanne Johansson, Tova Mozard and Per B Sundberg.
We are pleased to present Tommy Hilding’s (b.1954) 11th exhibition at the gallery.
Amygdala presents a new series of paintings in the inner room of the gallery.
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.
Guillaume Bresson , Etienne de France , Cyprien Gaillard , Laurent Grasso , Markus Hansen , Tommy Hilding , Filip Mirazovic , Nicolas Moulin , Lucien Pelen , Mathieu Pernot , Stefan Shankland , Claire pall , Marie Velardi , Edward Wolton , Duncan Wylie
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.
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
Galleri Magnus Karlsson is pleased to announce Tommy Hilding’s (b.1954) tenth exhibition in the gallery. Longing Not Belonging presents a new series of paintings made during the last two years.
Exhibiting artists: Olle Bonniér, Lena Cronqvist, Ann Edholm, Staffan Hallström, Tommy Hilding, Jarl Ingvarsson, Evert Lundquist, Bjarne Melgaard, Håkan Rehnberg, Johan Scott, Laris Strunke, Ulf Trotzig, Björn Wessman, Anders Widoff, Hans Wigert, Karin Ögren, Edvin Öhrström and Barbro Östlihn.
(Pressrelease in Swedish only)
FACE AD is Tommy Hilding’s eight exhibition at the gallery. This time his view is pointed towards the city; the monotonous facades of the million-program*, the suburb’s impersonal industrial landscapes and the standardized blocks of home-crofts. The paintings are structured in many layers, like collages, where fragments from different sources have been attached to a whole. Some parts quiet, objective reproduced and others expressive, dramatically to the edge of disbandment. In some of the images Tommy Hilding puts the individual in opposition to the architecture.
This is Tommy Hilding’s ninth solo exhibition at the gallery. The exhibition shows a selection of the new series of paintings, B-SIDES.