David Zwirner is pleased to present Crossing the Line, an exhibition of new work by Canadian-born artist Marcel Dzama at the gallery’s Hong Kong location. Including drawings, dioramas, and a film, this exhibition marks the artist’s first solo presentation in Greater China and his ninth with David Zwirner.
From Press release:
On Saturday, 26 January 2019, Galleri Bo Bjerggaard is opening the exhibition Works on Paper , presenting works by 27 different artists and, in turn, 27 different approaches to paper as a material. The exhibition will be shown in the gallery's west rooms.
When Galleri Bo Bjerggaard first opened its doors in 1999, in Pilestrmde, one our first exhibitions was of works on paper by such heavyweights of the period as Baselitz, Fautrier, lmmendorf, Jorn, Kirkeby, Lupertz, Mortensen, Penck, Picabia and Polke.
Congratulations to the artists Idun Baltzersen and Eric Saline for the Lindell grant 2018!
The scholars are awarded SEK 110,000 each, and it is Sweden's largest scholarship for artists working with printmaking. The ceremony took place on Saturday, January 12, at Grafiska sällskapet in Stockholm.
Carl Hammoud, Lena Johansson, Henrik Lund Jørgensen, Pauliina Pietilä, Viktor Rosdahl, Hanna Sjöstrand, Elizabet Thun and Kristoffer Zetterstrand.
Swedish artist Jens Fänge excels in creating subtly understated yet emotionally charged territories that merge abstract space with the human figure. His composite paintings and nested assemblages are often integrated into murals with vanishing points so elusive that they induce vertigo. Conflicting angles, off-kilter floors, and tilted walls make for fragmented interiors that seem neither two- nor three-dimensional. These ambiguous zones are inhabited by partially or fully rendered figures that gaze from framed portraits or appear like cut-out protagonists in a puppet or shadow play.
Fanny Hellgren, Idun Baltzersen, Jason Vaughn, Jenny Brosinski, Pablo Tomek, Stevie Dix
Hosted by 3:e Våningen, Jan 31 — Feb 24, 2019
Curated by Alina Vergnano and Mattia Lullini, co—founders of the gallery and public art endeavour Nevven, for the historical Gothenburg’s dance and art venue 3:e Våningen — Never Even features six artists, from six different countries, working with six diverse and uniquely strong artistic languages, in what wants to be the first instalment of a program of group exhibitions.
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