Bella Rune, EMMA – Espoo Museum of Modern Art, Espoo, Finland

From press release:

Textile holds emotions and stories. The works of the exhibition’s 12 artists approach textile through creative exploration, technical mastery and a bold new approach to materials. They create a diverse outlook on the possibilities of textile in the interface between contemporary art and design, with the exhibition placing a new frame on textile’s ancient role as a bearer of stories, information and culture.

The exhibition is opened by Maarit Salolainen, Professor for Textile Design, Aalto University.

Idun Baltzersen winner of the Seglem Prize, Norway

A professional jury consisting of Rita Marhaug (jury leader), Thomas Kilpper and Cecilie A. Størkson selected the artists who are participating in the exhibition and the three prize winners. The HIT Exhibition awards three prizes: The Seglem prize of 100.000 NOK (funded by Trygve Seglem), the HIT Prize of 50.000 NOK (funded by Haugalandmuseet-Haugesund Museum of Fine Art) and the Goa Prize 30.000 NOK (funded by Haugesund Art Society).

The jury statement: PRIZE WINNERS 2019

In the Artist’s Stomach – A conversation between Marie-Louise Ekman and Thomas Broomé

In the Artist’s Stomach

We have the pleasure to invite you to a conversation between artists Marie-Louise Ekman and Thomas Broomé in connection with Broomés exhibition at the gallery.

When: Thursday May 16, 6.00 pm
Where: Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Fredsgatan 12, Stockholm
Free entry. The conversation will be in Swedish.

Please note that seating is limited.
RSVP to is required


Anna Bjerger et al., Carl Kostyál Gallery, Malmö, Sweden

From Press release:
Carl Kostyál Gallery presents Malmö Sessions
Organized with Erika Hellman and Svenska Hus AB

The multi-faceted exhibition, Malmö Sessions, brings almost fifty artists to Malmö, many for the first time. With an obsolete analogue image production facility as backdrop, the wide range of mediums and techniques presents an exhibition on image-making and portrayal in the digital era.

Participating artists:

Mette Björnberg et al., Galerie Hartwich at Kunsthalle Rostock, Rostock, Germany

Baltic Art Weekend

Friday–Sunday: 11–18:00 h (3 €)

Galerien: Galerie Joost van Maar, Susanne Burmester Galerie, Galerie Schwarz, Galerie Hartwich, Galerie Born Darß + Berlin, Galerie wolkenbank kunst+räume, Galerie Kristine Hamann, Galerie STP, Galerie Orangerie, Galerie A.G.
Kunstvereine: Kunstverein zu Rostock e.V, Künstlerhaus Schloss Plüschow und pro kunsthalle e.V.

Kunsthalle Rostock 18069 Rostock Hamburger Straße 40

Hans Lannér, Paintings, Le Manoir, Banyuls-sur-Mer

This summer we will present the second exhibition at the gallery’s co-owned hotel Le Manoir in Banyuls-sur-Mer. This little gem is located in French Catalonia where the Pyrenees meet the Mediterranean Sea. Works by our gallery artists are shown in the public areas and bedrooms throughout the hotel. In a solo presentation, Hans Lannér will present new paintings in the hotel’s dining room, library and bar. The exhibition is a way to further connect with the local audience and explore potential regional collaborations.

Idun Baltzersen at Open Art, Örebro, Sweden

OpenART is an international contemporary art biennial with participating artists from across the globe. In this year’s OpenART exhibition, we have focused our gaze on the Nordic countries of Iceland, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Sweden. With about six weeks left until the opening of the biennial, the full list of the participating artists for 2019 is now being unveiled. This year’s exhibition will feature 60 artists, representing 19 different nationalities, who will together exhibit over 80 artworks in Örebro’s city centre.

List of all participating artists – OpenART 2019


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