Klara Kristalova, Rubell Family Collection/Contemporary Arts Foundation, Miami, USA

The Rubell Family Collection/Contemporary Arts Foundation is pleased to announce its upcoming exhibition, NO MAN’S LAND: Women Artists from the Rubell Family Collection, on view in Miami from December 2nd, 2015 through May 28th, 2016. This exhibition will focus on and celebrate work made by more than a hundred female artists of different generations, cultures and disciplines. These artists will be represented by paintings, photographs, sculptures and video installations that will entirely occupy the Foundation’s 28-gallery, 45,000-square-foot museum.

Peter Köhler, RYMD Konstrum, Sickla Köpkvarter, Sweden

From Press Release (in Swedish only):
RYMD är en ny konsthall, ett galleri och projektrum mitt i Sickla Köpkvarter som drivs och cureras av konstnären Kristina Junzell och Konstrum K. I den storslagna industrilokalen (1500 m2) kommer det att visas samtida konst av aktuella, väletablerade konstnärer såväl som av unga och mindre etablerade. Vid sidan av detta kommer verksamheten bjuda in besökare till en möjlighet att vara en del av ett personligt utforskande och skapande processer av olika slag.

Helene Billgren & Stefan Uhlinder, Konstepidemin, Göteborg, Sweden

From Press Release:
Our exhibition BU will be based on artwork from the 80’s made at Valand Academy but it will also contain brand new art. We hope that this will provide a view over our development and an interesting insight into what was artistically made in the innovative 80’s.

We, Stefan Uhlinder and Helene Billgren, had our debut exhibition 1985 at Rotor, an art gallery that was established 1984 by students at Valand. 1995, we had a ten year anniversary with a common exhibition at Olle Olssonhuset.

Mamma Andersson, The National Gallery, Oslo, Norway

From Press Release:
This exhibition will showcase the woodcut and its many functions and stylistic possibilities.

With varying degrees of popularity, the age-old woodcut technique has been in use since the sixteenth century, and there seems recently to be a renewed interest in this art form. Is there a connection between today’s digitized visual media and the woodcuts of yore?


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