New interview with Carl Hammoud in C-print Journal

Ahead of his awaited new solo exhibition at Galleri Magnus Karlsson, C-print contributor Carolina Bergquist sits down with painter Carl Hammoud in his studio for a conversation about how a chance encounter with film director Ruben Östlund led to revisiting a past work of his own which in turn lays out the framework of his entire new exhibition. Moreoever, Carl addresses the notion of chaos which appears omnipresent and is commonly attributed to large parts of Carl's body of work.

Do you want me to take my shoes off?

New Books and Artist Talk! Helene Billgren, Mamma Andersson, Dan Wolgers, Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm, Sweden

From Press Release (in Swedish only):

Galleri Magnus Karlsson har glädjen att bjuda in till en kväll med böcker och konst. Vi presenterar tre bokprojekt där galleriets konstnärer –Helene Billgren, Mamma Andersson och Dan Wolgers – är inblandade. Kom och bläddra, träffa konstnärerna och köp signerade exemplar! Vi visar också verk av dessa konstnärer i galleriets inre rum. 18.00 ges dessutom en visning av den aktuella utställningen Under horisonten av Johanna Karlsson, Petra Lindholm och Susanne Johansson!

Varmt välkomna!


Idun Baltzersen, Market Art Fair, Färgfabriken, Stockholm

We are pleased to present new works by Idun Baltzersen at this year’s edition of Market Art Fair. Idun Baltzersen is born 1987 in Trondheim, Norway. After completing her studies at Konstfack - University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in 2014 she now lives and works in Stockholm. She works with drawing and a wide range of different printing techniques, on paper, fabric and on wood. In our stand at Market Art Fair (#23) we will present a large-scale textile collage made from woodcuts as well as smaller detailed drypoint collages on paper and a painted woodcut relief.

Anna Bjerger, Kristianstads konsthall, Sweden

Anna Bjerger’s art originates in found images from older books and magazines. She often chooses mundane and trivial subjects with a random composition. During the process, something indefinable arises in the meeting between the subject and her painting technique. Taken out of their original context, the images are opened up for new interpretations. They are captured moments filled with memory, melancholy, mystery but also with recognition.


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