Kent Iwemyr, ”Strange are the Ways of Man” at V1 Gallery, Copenhagen

V1 Gallery presents

Strange Are the Ways of Man

A solo exhibition by Kent Iwemyr

V1 Gallery is pleased to present the exhibition Strange Are the Ways of Man by Kent Iwemyr.

Kent Iwemyr crafts poetic, pictorial ballads. Intimate tableaus rendered with raw brushstrokes in acrylic on linen, sparse and open compositions sing songs about his local community in the small post-industrial town of Hallstahammar in rural Sweden, where he was born in 1944 and still lives and works.

Jeff Olsson, ”Natten reser som en ljudlös fågel” at Kristinehamns konstmuseum, Sweden

From press release (In Swedish only):

Jeff Olsson, född i Kristinehamn 1981, har berättat att han har tecknat så länge han kan minnas. I tonåren valde han bort ishockeyn i Kristinehamn för tecknandet, och han fick av sin bildlärare veta att det fanns konstutbildningar att söka. Via estetiska programmet med bildinriktning på gymnasiet, konstskola på Kyrkerud hemma i Värmland och sedan konsthögskolan Valand i Göteborg växte bildvärlden fram.

I vårutställningen 2021 vill Kristinehamns konstmuseum visa Jeff Olssons värld där naturen är influerad av myter och fabler.

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.

Helene Billgren / Stefan Uhlinder, Galleri 21, Malmö, Sweden

From Galleri 21:
Helene Billgren was born in 1952 in Norrköping. She studied at Valand University of the Arts in Gothenburg. Billgren has exhibited at museums and galleries around Sweden. She made a public decoration at Karlstad University and a curtain at Folkets Hus Hammarkullen. She has had separate exhibitions at Färgfabriken in Stockholm and the Borås Museum.

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