In a body of work spanning an entire life, paths seldom follow predetermined straight lines. Over the years, explorative approaches generate parallel courses, temporarily changing direction, with whims creating gaps that become new spaces, new journeys. Knutman’s journey was ongoing until the very end, and attempting to fully grasp his pictorial idiom is like mapping the starry sky, where each point of light is a peephole into a universe of its own. Some points hold entire courses of events, whereas others present merely a hint.
We are pleased to announce a presentation of new paintings by Susanne Johansson in the reception of the gallery. The suite of works, Signs of Time is on view until December 19.
From Press release:
Reclaiming The (Female) Body is a series of three lectures held by art curator Michela D’Acquisto for the Future Based platform, aimed at exploring how women get represented in male-run environments. Art is one of these.
Opening: Friday, November 27th, 2020
From press release:
Light is something that brightens up and illuminates the environment and thus makes other things visible - a fact that art can also achieve. The show brings together works of art that deal with the themes of illumination and glow and bring a promising light into the darkness of the season.
We show works among others by Albert Hien, Lars Teichmann, Ruth Campau, Axel Dick, Mette Björnberg, Tal R, Cornelia Schleime, Gerhard Richter and Doppeldenk.
From press release:
Opening Reception: Friday November 27, 2020, 15–20
Exhibition period: November 28, 2020–January 9, 2021
The Eyes of Others
Idun Baltzersen talks about herexhibition The Eyes of Others at Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm, 14.11–19.12 2020. The recording was made on November 12, 2020.
Edited by Felix Berg
Thanks to Idun Baltzersen
© Galleri Magnus Karlsson 2020
Carl Hammoud is one of the recipients of this year’s award from Sten A Olsson’s Foundation for research and culture.
An exhibition will be held at Göteborgs Konstmuseum. The exhibition is currently postponed due to the current situation.
From Press Release:
Dreamlike tropical landscapes, cosmic circles in ceramics and hyperrealist painting. The Gothenburg Museum of Art ends the exhibition year 2020 with a nuanced presentation featuring large-scale oil paintings and sculptural ceramics.
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