Mette Björnberg et al., Artes Berlin, Germany

Opening: Friday, November 27th, 2020

From press release:
Light is something that brightens up and illuminates the environment and thus makes other things visible - a fact that art can also achieve. The show brings together works of art that deal with the themes of illumination and glow and bring a promising light into the darkness of the season.

We show works among others by Albert Hien, Lars Teichmann, Ruth Campau, Axel Dick, Mette Björnberg, Tal R, Cornelia Schleime, Gerhard Richter and Doppeldenk.

Jockum Nordström, La Criée centre d'art contemporain, Rennes, France

From press release:
A major figure on the Swedish art scene, Jockum Nordström has devoted over thirty years to his mischievous mix of worlds quotidian and oneiric, human and animal, abstract and naive, natural and architectural. At La Criée Centre for Contemporary Art he’s presenting a selection of recent works: collages, drawings and cardboard sculptures.

Carl Hammoud, Sten A Olsson’s Culture Scholarships 2020, Sweden

Carl Hammoud is one of the recipients of this year’s award from Sten A Olsson’s Foundation for research and culture.

An exhibition will be held at Göteborgs Konstmuseum. The exhibition is currently postponed due to the current situation.


From Press Release:

Dreamlike tropical landscapes, cosmic circles in ceramics and hyperrealist painting. The Gothenburg Museum of Art ends the exhibition year 2020 with a nuanced presentation featuring large-scale oil paintings and sculptural ceramics.

Mamma Andersson, Sara-Vide Ericson & Jockum Nordström et al., Ståhl Collection, Norrköping, Sweden

From press release:
Ståhl Collection is a private initiative where art collector Mikael Ståhl presents his extraordinary collection of contemporary art, which he has collected since the early 1980s. Totalling some 400 works, the collection consists mainly of paintings and sculptures from the late 1950s to today.

Idun Baltzersen, Andras ögon / The Eyes of Others, 14.11–19.12 2020

The exhibition The Eyes of Others by Idun Baltzersen opens without a reception on Saturday and Sunday November 14 & 15, and runs through December 19. The gallery is currently open regular hours. Please visit our website or follow us on social media for up to date information. We are following the guidelines from the Public Health Agency of Sweden. A limited number of visitors (10) will be allowed in the gallery. We therefore kindly ask you to have patience if waiting time arises on certain occasions.



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gallery hours

Tuesday–Friday 12.00–5.00 pm
Saturday 12.00–4.00 pm
and by appointment.

The gallery will be open regular hours until further notice. We will follow the guidelines from the Public Health Agency of Sweden, and ask our visitors to do the same. A limited number of visitors (5) will be allowed in the gallery. We therefore kindly ask you to have patience if waiting time arises on certain occasions

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