Mette Björnberg, Power Play, Galleri Magnus Karlsson

We are pleased to present Mette Björnberg’s fifth solo exhibition at Galleri Magnus Karlsson. Power Play presents new sculptures and objects in painted wood, textile and mixed media. The exhibition title recurs as the title for a series of nine wall objects, Power Play (no. 1–9), that centres around the female sex. The works have emerged as a reaction to current international politics and events, rather than from a personal story. Mette Björnberg reflects back on a picture of an old Polish woman from a demonstration for abortion rights that had a strong impact on her.

Idun Baltzersen, Trykkeriet – center for contemporary printmaking, Bergen, Norway

Girls and Horses

It is actually quite annoying to work with printmaking because it constantly leads to pain in my wrists. But contrary to when I draw, it is the technique that controls me (at least part of the time), and this control results in a dialogue with the material. I believe this interaction has a nice power balance. The prints and drawings are often sewn and glued on top of each other.

Review of Maria Nordin's solo exhibition Follow the Line in SvD

A review of Maria Nordin’s current solo exhibition Follow the Line in Svenska Dagbladet by Joanna Persman (in Swedish only):

Maria Nordin, ”Follow the Line”
Ett särpräglat formspråk, både sprött och bestämt

Maria Nordin är en av de främsta akvarellisterna i sin generation. Hon väljer gärna stora format och låter vatten och pigment till synes leva sitt eget liv, medan hon kontrollerar dem med en mästerlig precision.

Review of Maria Nordin’s solo exhibition Follow the Line in DN

A review of Maria Nordin’s current solo exhibition Follow the Line in Dagens Nyheter by Sebastian Johans (in Swedish only):

Suveränt målade kroppar

Slängande hår blir en cirkel. En fladdrig skjorta förstärker axlarnas rektangel. En kropp lutar sig fram över en möbel och antyder en vass nittio graders triangel. Tre andra står på alla fyra och trycker krumt sina nackar mot en kub, som om de försökte imitera formen.

Mamma Andersson & Klara Kristalova, Kristinehamns konstmuseum, Sweden

A diverse group exhibition in the honour of Queen Kristina.

Participating artists and designers:
Mamma Andersson • Ann-Sofie Back & Robert Rydberg
Ernst Billgren • Charlotte Birnbaum • Helen Broms Sandberg
Malinda Damgaard • Karl Dunér • Leif Elggren
Lisa Jeannin & Rolf Schuurmans • Knut Knutsson
Klara Kristalova • Jonas Liveröd • Tova Mozard
Ylva Ogland • Dan Perrin • Andrea Reschia
Lars Sjöberg • Rolf Stålberg • Per B Sundberg
Pia Wallén • Sven-Olov Wallenstein • Cecilia Ömalm


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