Mette Björnberg, Jens Fänge & Richard Johansson, Kristianstads Konsthall, Kristianstad, Sweden

Participating artist:
Mette Björnberg, Jacob Dahlgren, Nathalie Djurberg/Hans Berg, Anna Maria Ekstrand, Thea Ekström, Kristina Abelli Elander, Leif Elggren, Ditte Ejlerskov, Andreas Eriksson, Eve Eriksson, Jens Fänge, Gert Germeraad, Gun Gordillo, Maria Hall, Richard Johansson, Gittan Jönsson, Eva Larsson, Yvonne Larsson, Tuija Lindström, Lisa D Manner, Joan Miró, Robert Moreau, Gerhard Nordström, Anneè Olofsson, Alf Olsson, Christian Partos, Glenn Sorensen, David Svensson, Elisabeth Svensson, Per Svensson, Claes Söderquist, Ulf Trotzig, Magnus Wallin and Fredrik Wretman.

Charlie Roberts, Marlborough Contemporary, London, UK

Marlborough Contemporary is pleased to present Juicy, a solo exhibition of new works by American artist Charlie Roberts.

Appropriating its title from Notorious B.I.G’s 1994 debut single, Juicy fuses elements of hip-hop subculture with myriad art history influences – from Byzantine iconography to Matisse, via folk art and comic books – representing the artist’s freestyle approach to high and low culture.

Sara-Vide Ericson, Ljusdalsbygdens Museum, Sweden

Participating artist:
Kerstin Ekengren, Anna Lindkvist Adolfsson, Pehr Wassberg, Ida Björs, Bertil Bertell, Per Nilsson-Öst, Mårten Andersson, Lim-Johan (Johan Erik Olsson), Per Englund, Eva Marklund, Elina Mytnik, Margareta Danhard, Gunnar Greiber, Einar Svedin, Hans Viksten, Fritiof Strandberg, Sara-Vide Ericson, Erik Olof Wiklund, Pär Lindblad, Gösta Bohm, Marthe Bohm and Joakim Brolin.

Mamma Andersson, Petra Lindholm & Maria Nordin, hangmenProjects, Stockholm Sweden

Proudly presenting works by the following artists:

Mamma Andersson
Kristina Benght
Lina Bjerneld
Carin Ellberg
My Ekman
Sofia Ekström
Cecilia Elde
Meta Isæus-Berlin
Kristina Jansson
Anna Järvinen
Sonja Larsson
Petra Lindholm
Kristina Matousch
Maria Nordin
Ylva Ogland
Mari Rantanen
Stina Rosenberg
Disa Rytt
Sigrid Sandström
Anna Svensson
Astrid Sylwan

The invitation sent to the chosen artists on the 3rd November:

Anna Bjerger, Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin, Ireland

Robert Armstrong & Anna Bjerger

Painters have a complex relationship with their source material. While it provides them with vital information and can often stimulate certain illuminating reactions within them, it can also act as a self-imposed limit, which, once introduced, must be escaped from. Slips and Glimpses, an exhibition of new work by Anna Bjerger and Robert Armstrong delivers moments of both vivid immersion and profound escape.

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Upcoming Exhibition

Klara Kristalova

Slottet

14.1—12.2 2017

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