Zeno X Gallery is proud to present the third solo exhibition of Jockum Nordström. The title, Rymden tystar ljudet, can be freely translated as ‘the spaces quieten the sound’.
Peter Köhler draws like a dream, and maybe he dreams like his drawings. His works on paper are triumphs of pictorial alchemy, amalgamations of three core elements that anchor their persistent yet never repetitive production. The first is a type of close observation that is somehow both tenacious and casual, taken and selected from—it seems—everything he happens to see.
Uppsala Konstmuseum is exhibiting a selection of prints from their own collection. Besides Jockum Nordström, the exhibition also includes artists such as Niki de Saint Phalle, Friedensreich Hundertwassers, Helen Frankenthaler that belonged to The New York School, American pop art by Jasper Johns as well as a group of radical Swedish artists of the 60s and 70s such as Carl Johan De Geer, Marie-Louise Ekman, Lena Svedberg and Lars Hillersberg.
Review of Power Play by Blouin Artinfo, October 23, 2017
The Power of Female: Mette Björnberg at Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm
The female sex and its place in politics is the subject of the latest exhibition “Power Play” at the Galleri Magnus Karlsson. Located in Stockholm the gallery welcomes Mette Björnberg for her fifth exhibition with the gallery, in which her sculptures analyse recent political issues concerning the female sex.
A review of Mette Björnberg’s current solo exhibition Power Play in Omkonst by Susanna Slöör (in Swedish only):
Skälmskt spel i numerärt överläge
Klara Kristalova part of a group exhibition. Participating artsis: John Akomfrah, Sabian Baumann, Neïl Beloufa, Klodin Erb, Lia García, Klara Kristalova, Mervyn Peake, RELAX (chiarenza & hauser & co), Isabella Rossellini, Mika Rottenberg.
Opening reception Friday 27.10, 6.30 pm!
More information: www.kunstmuseumluzern.ch
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.
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