Hans Lannér, Olle Nyman ateljéer och konstnärshem, Saltsjö-Duvnäs, Sweden

Hans Lannér
Teckning, Måleri, Grafik, Mosaik, Stucco lustro
Olle Nyman ateljéer och konstnärshem, Saltsjö-Duvnäs
29.6–11.8 2019

Hans Lannér visar en ny utställning på Olle Nyman under sommaren 2019. Till utställningen har Lannér gjort ett personligt urval av verk i olika tekniker från olika tider. Det som började med en dialog med Olle Nyman och platsen kom att utvecklas till en resa bakåt i tiden i Lannérs eget konstnärskap. Det äldsta verket från 1966 och det senaste från 2018.

Klara Kristalova et.al, Sculpture in Pilane 2019, Sweden

The famous artist Klara Kristalova returns to Pilane with three bronze sculptures: What holds me back carries me further, Röse (Cairn), and lastly, Bird Girl, which was made for Pilane.

Klara Kristalova takes us to a world of fairy tale creatures, where trees, rocks and animals can take on human features, and humans assume characteristics from animals and nature.

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Mamma Andersson/Jockum Nordström et.al. Grafikstiftung Neo Rauch, Aschersleben Germany


Grafikstiftung Neo Rauch
Opening: 25 May 2019 | as of 4:00 p.m.
Exhibition: 26 May 2019 – 3 May 2020

Hans Aichinger | Mamma Andersson | Tilo Baumgärtel | Michaël Borremans | Sebastian Burger | Robert Crumb | Marcel Dzama | Hartwig Ebersbach | Rosa Loy | Kerry James Marshall | Jonathan Meese | Jockum Nordström | Neo Rauch | David Schnell | Kristina Schuldt | Sebastian Speckmann | Michael Triegel | Luc Tuymans | Rose Wylie | Lisa Yuskavage

Charlie Roberts, Cosmic Hedge, Galleri Golsa, Oslo


And your prayers, they break the sky in two
Believing the strangest things, loving the alien

(David Bowie)

At the movies, even period pieces give away when they were made. However meticulous the construction of a historical scene (or for that matter a futuristic one), the look of the thing is locked into the moment of its making, and not the one it is describing. It’s always about the present negotiating a past.

Maria Nordin, Eskilstuna konstmuseum, Eskilstuna, Sweden

From the Press Release:

Maria Nordin, born in 1980, works with watercolor in larger format and with animation. A recurring theme in her work is the body, skin and gaze.

Maria Nordin is considered one of Sweden's foremost watercolorists in her generation and has received several awards in recent years, including Carl-Axel Valén’s cultural scholarship 2017.


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