Mamma Andersson, Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, USA

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Presented in partnership with FotoFocus Biennial 2018

Painters often draw from 
existing visual materials, such as photographs and reproductions of past works of art, to inspire and construct their work. Swedish artist Mamma Andersson (born 1962)—known for her dreamlike, faintly narrative compositions inspired by Nordic painting, folk art, newspaper photographs, and cinema—is no exception.

Bella Rune et al., Garage Museum of Contemporary Arts, Moscow, Russia

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In fall 2018, Garage Museum of Contemporary Art presents The Fabric of Felicity, an international project showcasing clothes in art outside the context of the fashion industry. The exhibition spans five continents and features over forty artists, including representatives of historical avant-gardes, members of the Soviet and Brazilian underground art scenes, and new generation artists from Russia, Japan, USA, Zimbabwe, and other countries.

Peter Köhler, Chart Art Fair 2018, Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, Denmark

We are pleased to present a solo exhibition by Peter Köhler (b.1971) at the sixth edition of Chart Art Fair in Copenhagen, Denmark. Following the well-received exhibition Crepuscular Tales in the Stockholm gallery late 2017, Köhler has completed a new series of large scale drawings. The American art critic Terry R. Myers wrote in his essay about Köhler’s carefully detailed drawings:

Idun Baltzersen, Teckningsmuseet, Laholm, Sweden

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Idun Baltzersen (born 1987) works with large woodcuts where the blocks are integrated into magnificent installations with drawings, graphics and textiles. She works figuratively with different techniques, mainly woodcut, dry point, linocut and drawing. Her themes often concern the lives of young women and their relationship with themselves and the outside world. As a viewer, one is overwhelmed by how the powerful artworks contrast the tender thematic.

Monumentet / The Monument, Ulf Lundin, Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm, Sweden

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.

Anna Bjerger et al., Johannes Larsen Museum, Kerteminde, Denmark

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Let a group of Nordic artists take you along on a grand experience of nature. They all have this in common: they live and work in natural places.

It is well known that Johannes Larsen lived and worked in Kerteminde, where he could see out his window to the magnificent, fertile garden and to the sea, as his closest neighbours! He was surrounded by grand and varied nature, and it was to a high degree fundamental for his work. Nature is the motif, the daily motif is nature.

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