Kent Iwemyr, Galerie Claire Fontaine, Luxembourg

This is my second exhibition at Galerie Clairefontaine and the title for this show is “It’s not that damned easy!”. I still paint with my fast, course paint stroke and in the rough way I always have done, I’m a kind of self-willed painter and I go my own way. Most of my paintings are influenced by my neighborhood and people and places I know very well. “It’s unbelievable how many odd people there are in this place” (Amandas Ong, Elephant Magazine, 2014). It’s easy to see my paintings as “simple”, but I always do my best to load them with some kind of intrinsic value.

Lars Arrhenius & Eric Ericson, Release for Panama, Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm, Sweden

From Pressrelease (in Swedish only):
Panama är ett sällskapsspel för hela familjen. Spelet går ut på att bedriva olika former av handel. Under spelet kommer deltagarna i kontakt med såväl lokal som internationell handel inom exempelvis olja, bomull, läkemedel och vapen. Spelet är inspirerat av bland annat Öyvind Fahlströms spel World trade Monopoly, men även av pensionsfonder, gymnastikskor, ekologisk tofu och Nato.
Panama, som har producerats i folkrepubliken Kina, har framtagits av Lars Arrhenius och Eric Ericson.

Bella Rune, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden

You are invited to an exclusive opening of the Board Room Project. The SSE Board Room has been restored to its’ original condition, and now contains layers of contemporary art, interactive experiences and commentary on gender and power structures.

We will unveil the new permanent artworks by Bella Rune and Maria Friberg, and release an essay collection by Therese Bohman, Ingrid Elam, and Dragana Vujanovic Östlind.

The Board Room Project was made possible by donations from the Josefsson Foundation, Ragnar Söderberg Foundation and Brunswick Real Estate.


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