Kent Iwemyr part of the exhibition Minimalism-Maximalism-Mechanissmmm at Art Sonje Center, Seoul, South Korea, 20.1–6.3 2022

Artists
Act 1: Asger Dybvad Larsen, Fredrik Værslev, Kang DongJu, Monica Bonvicini, Oso Parado, Pernille Kapper Williams, Silas Inoue, and Tony Lewis
Act 2: Expansion Colony, Heo ChanMi, Kent Iwemyr, Li Ran, Nho Wonhee, Suh Yongsun, and Trevor Shimizu

Curated by Jacob Fabricius (Director, Art Hub Copenhagen)
Exhibition Management by Heehyun Cho (Curator, Art Sonje Center)
Assisted by Eunchae Cho (Curatorial Assistance, Art Sonje Center)
Organized by Art Sonje Center and Kunsthal Aarhus

Sara-Vide Ericson, Ditch Dance, Lidköpings konsthall, Sweden, 15.1–5.3 2022

Vernissage 15.1 kl. 10.00–15.00

Från pressrelease:
I Sara-Vide Ericsons målningar möter vi berättelser som gestaltas genom drömska landskap, laddade föremål och verkens huvudkaraktär som agerar på duken. Sara-Vide skapar sin alldeles egna bildvärld som är både fysisk och förtrollande samtidigt som den är full av en slående närvaro.

Thomas Broomé et al., Bendana | Pinel Art Contemporain, Paris, France, 15.1–19.3 2022

From press release:
Bendana | Pinel Art Contemporain is pleased to present "Winter Show 2" a group exhibition of works by artists from Europe and Latin America dedicated to painting and drawing that revolves around current events or memories. The exhibition seeks to create tension between the different and eclectic styles of the artists who work on corporality, colors and the search for light in order to give a further dimension to their work.

Necessity, Galleri Magnus Karlsson, 22.1–5.3 2022

Reception Saturday January 22, 12–4 pm

We are pleased to announce the group exhibition Necessity at the gallery. The exhibition presents six artists, Duda Bebek (Sweden), Clara Gesang-Gottowt (Sweden), James Morse (US), Daisy Parris (UK), Mohammed Sami (Iraq) and Alejandro Sintura (Colombia). They all belong to a generation of artists born at the end of the 20th century who explore the possibilities of figurative painting.

Niklas Eneblom, ”Riksväg 61 återbesökt”, Arvika konsthall, Sweden, 11.12 2021–29.1 2022

Niklas Eneblom
Riksväg 61 återbesökt
11.12 2021 29.1 2022
Arvika konsthall

Niklas Eneblom föddes 1964 i Arvika. Eneblom har utbildad sig vid Kyrkeruds Estetiska Folkhögskola mellan 1987-88, KV Konstskola i Göteborg 1988-89, Hovedskous målarskola under 1989, Konsthögskolan Valand mellan 1990-95 och även videokonst år 1997 vid samma högskola.

Eneblom finns representerad vid Västerås konstmuseum och Göteborgs konstmuseum.

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