Susanne Johansson, Half-life, 2.10–6.11 2011

We are pleased to announce Susanne Johansson’s eighth solo exhibition at the gallery. Half-life presents new paintings and works on paper.

In recent years, Susanne Johansson’s imagery has worked its way deeper into the landscape. She finds moments of meaning and layers of concentrated time in its transformation, composition and details. Although the paintings are portraits of existing places, they also become an exploration of the possibilities of painting. They embody a narrative about our existence, life and transience.

Maria Nordin et al., Eskilstuna konstmuseum, Sweden, 18.9 2021–13.2 2022

Från pressrelease:
Carl-Axel Valéns stiftelse firar 15 år genom att i en utställning samla alla 24 konstnärer som mottagit Carl-Axel Valéns stipendium. Utställningen öppnar 18 september klockan 18.00.

Totalt har 24 konstnärer mottagit stipendium från Carl-Axel Valéns stiftelse sedan den grundades 2006, och stiftelsen har kommit att bli en betydande aktör i svenskt konstliv.

Utställningen, som producerats av Eskilstuna konstmuseum i samarbete med stiftelsen, visar nästan uteslutande nya verk av stipendiaterna.

Book release and open late on Wednesday September 15!

In connection with Stockholm Art Week we are open until 7 pm on Wednesday September 15. We present a number of new books by our gallery artists. Come and meet the artists and get signed copies with special discounts!

You can of course also see our current exhibition Land of Plenty by Amy Bennett.


Mamma Andersson
Humdrum Days
Texts by Barry Schwabsky, Magnus Florin & Karl Ove Knausgård
176 pages. Published by Louisiana Museum of Moderna Art, Danmark, 2021
Release price: 500 SEK (reg price 550 SEK)

Sara-Vide Ericson, Ditch Dance, Skellefteå konsthall, Sweden, 8.9–8.12 2021

We are pleased to announce the new solo exhibition Ditch Dance by Sara-Vide Ericson. The exhibition inaugurates Skellefteå Konsthall in the new building Sara kulturhus in Skellefteå, Sweden. During next year the exhibition will tour to Lidköpings konsthall, Sweden and Kulturhuset in Stockholm, Sweden.

Opening Wednesday September 8 at 2–8 pm.

Klara Kristalova, ”Allt är liv / Everything is Life”, Sara kulturhus, Skellefteå, Sweden

Klara Kristalova has made the public art work Allt är liv (Everything is Life) in Skellefteå konsthall, which has been placed on a wall on two floors at the City Library in Sara kulturhus. It consists of a number of wall-hung works in glazed stoneware, textile and bronze, including a 6.5 meter high textile application made in collaboration with Handarbetets vänner (Friends of Handicraft) in Stockholm.

Bruno Knutman et al., Ravinen kulturhus, Båstad, Sweden, 1.10 2021

Från pressrelease:
Kulturhuset invigs och öppnar med vernissage av utställningen Jag bor i en annan värld men du bor ju i samma – DRÖMMARE SÖDER OM HALLANDSÅSEN.

Drömmen har länge varit intimt förknippad med konsten. Konstnärerna som deltar i denna utställning har alla en intensiv och skapande relation till den inre värld som skapar drömmar.

Ravinen kommer att husera utställningslokaler för konst och design, ett auditorium för 250 personer samt Café Celadon med underbar utsikt över Laholmsbukten.

Marcel Dzama, Who Loves the Sun, David Zwirner, New York, USA, 8.9–23.10 2021

From press release:
David Zwirner is pleased to present Who Loves the Sun, an exhibition of new work by Marcel Dzama, on view at the gallery’s 34 East 69th Street location in New York. The exhibition coincides with the opening of a major survey of the artist’s work at the Sara Hildén Art Museum, Tampere, Finland.

Marcel Dzama, Tonight We Dance, Sara Hildén Art Museum, Tampere, Finland, 25.9 2021–23.1 2022

From press release:
Marcel Dzama (b. 1974) has developed an immediately recognizable visual language that investigates blurred relationship between the real and the subconscious. Drawing equally from folk vernacular as from art-historical and contemporary influences, Dzama’s work visualizes a universe of childhood fantasies and otherworldly fairy tales.

Dzama was born in Winnipeg, Canada. He lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.


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