At Alma Stockholm we present a selection of gallery artists during 2019. The exhibition is open for members and guests of Alma and can also be viewed by appointment.
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The book The Monument by Ulf Lundin is shown at the exhibition Publicerat at CFF, The Centre for Photography, opening Friday January 8th. The exhibition is curated by Niclas Östlind and previously shown at Hasselblad Center in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Ulf Lundin nominated to the Swedish Photo book award (in Swedish only).
Fem nominerade till Svenska Fotobokspriset 2019
Den 5 april avslöjas vem som vinner Svenska Fotobokspriset 2019. Fem böcker/fotografer har nominerats till priset som årligen hyllar svensk fotoboksutgivning och som ger vinnaren ett stipendium på 60 000 kronor. Bakom Svenska Fotobokspriset står Fotoförfattarna inom Svenska Fotografers Förbund. Priset instiftades år 1996 med syfte att lyfta fram och stärka svensk kvalitativ fotoboksutgivning. Den första pristagaren var Anders Petersen.
The BF Artist Film Festival VII programme has been selected from over 500 applicants and curated to showcase current technical approaches and thematic concerns explored by moving image artists. Domesticity and banality, voyeurism and sexuality, navigating the Internet and our relationships within the urban environment, are all themes that have occurred naturally through the selection process.
Welcome to a presentation of Ulf Lundin's exhibition The Monument at the gallery on Saturday September 22! Ulf Lundin will talk about his exhibition at 3.00 pm.
Time: Saturday September 22 at 3:00 pm
Place: Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Fredsgatan 12, Stockholm
From 2.00 pm there will be artist talks at the other galleries in the building:
You are welcome to a conversation in Ulf Lundin’s exhibition The Monument at the gallery. The Monument presents a photgraphic project based upon the area around Högdalstoppen, south of Stockholm, where Ulf Lundin has spent much time in recent years. The photographs depict a specific place but are also loaded with an underlying narrative dealing with dreams and reality. In the conversation artist Ulf Lundin, the writer Stefan Lindberg and the journalist Per Wirtén looks at the place from their different perspectives.
We are pleased to present Ulf Lundin’s seventh solo exhibition at the gallery: The Monument. The exhibition presents a photographic project based on the area around Högdalstopparna, south of Stockholm, where Ulf Lundin has spent much time in recent years. The photographs depict a specific place but are also loaded with an underlying narrative dealing with dreams and reality. Although beautiful, the pictures possess an intensity and darkness that relates to the society we live in. The project is also the subject of a new book that is published in conjunction with the exhibition.
From press release:
From Press Release (in Swedish only):
Ulf Lundin är utbildad stillbildsfotograf och jobbar idag både med fotografi och video. I 5–9 har Lundin satt samman en mängd fotografier och videoklipp i ett kollage som utgör videoverket. Verket speglar det vardagliga arbetet på ett kontor där det egentliga porträtten av kontorsarbetarna inte är huvudsaken. Istället vill Lundin fråga åskådaren: “Hur lever vi våra liv?”
In the video 5-9 we’re following the everyday doings in a office building in the Stockholm area. The piece is shot secretly from the outside during dark hours. Lundin has gathered material during several weeks. That material is put together digitally so that the result is 27 minutes long unbroken dolly shot. The result is a condensed reality where time and space has been manipulated. Lundin is not really interested in the office workers that are portrayed in 5-9. They represent all of us and our gaze is turned towards ourselves. How do we choose to live our lives?
From Press Release (In Swedish only):
VEM ÄR ”DEN ANDRE”? Hur ska vi kunna gestalta relationen mellan ”vi” och ”dom”? Hur möter vi främlingen? Vem är främlingen? Vem är du och jag? Hur formas våra identiteter? Hur kan vi gestalta ”den Andre”?
Temporal Anxiety comprises a media installation of four works examining the passage, perception and fluidity of time through natural and man-made cycles; from literal stop-motion condensing reality to extended shots questioning the nature of linear temporality.
From Press Release (in Swedish only):
Sedan mitten av 1800-talet har fotografin varit ett redskap för att definiera och kontrollera subjekt, men även bekräfta och synliggöra sällan skådade miljöer och individer. Urvalet av verk från Hasselbladstiftelsens samling i Framing Bodies belyser detta. Utställningen tematiserar olika fotografiska inramningar av kroppen utifrån perspektiven: övervakning; normöverskridning; arbete och kolonialt förtryck.
A parallel program of the Manifesta 10.
MAC International is the MAC's first ever open arts prize, offering professional artists worldwide the opportunity to exhibit in the MAC.
A substantial prize of £20,000 will be awarded to one artist deemed to have made an outstanding contribution to the exhibition. This is the largest art prize in Ireland and one of the few major prizes in the UK.
The exhibition, which runs across all three MAC galleries, will offer you the very best in contemporary visual art across all art forms including sculpture, painting, photography, film, installation and performance.
They are hunters who themselves become prey. In 1960, Federico Fellini erected a questionable cinematic memorial to them in his famous film “La Dolce Vita.” He created the character of the “paparazzo,” the tabloid photographer whose name can be read as a combination of the words “pappatace” (sand fly) and “ragazzo” (boy). The paparazzo’s raison d'être: the covert following and stalking of more or less well-known personages with the aim of publishing exclusive photos of supposedly secret and personal situations.
AIVA 2014 Finspång.AIVA 2014, International Video Art Festival will take place in Finspång, Sweden May 28-31 and the main purpose of the festival is the free presentation, promotion and development of international video art and to create a new, alternative, peripheral meeting point for emerging and established video and media artists from all over the world. We hope to bring Sweden clearer on the map, both nationally and internationally, as a vivid scene of video art.
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.
To look at the world around us, perhaps through a window or from a beautiful vantage point is something we all have enjoyed.
An exhibition about bureaucratic barriers, futility and the will to be free.
Participating artists are
MINNA HENRIKSSON (FI)
ULF LUNDIN (SE)
MARTE HODNE HAUGEN (NO)
RUBEN WÄTTE (SE)
KANSLIBYRÅN (John Huntington & Per-Arne Sträng, SE)
From the Press Release:
In this original exhibition, Centre Pompidou-Metz examines the phenomenon and aesthetic of paparazzi photography through more than 600 works spanning multiple disciplines: photography, painting, video, sculpture, installation, etc.
Covering fifty years of celebrities caught in the lens, Paparazzi! Photographers, stars and artists considers the paparazzo at work by examining the complex and fascinating ties between photographer and photographed, going on to reveal the paparazzi influence on fashion photography.
Galleri Magnus Karlsson is pleased to present Ulf Lundin’s sixth solo exhibition in the gallery. The exhibition 5–9 presents video, photography and lenticular prints.
CHART is the new art fair in Copenhagen and the first to focus exclusively on contemporary art. Taking place from August 30th - September 1st 2013, CHART | ART FAIR proposes a new transversal model of collaboration.
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.
Galleri Magnus Karlsson is pleased to present the fifth solo exhibition by Ulf Lundin.
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.