Exhibition postponed, new dates will be announced shortly
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.
Helene Billgren takes part in a group exhibition at Hangmen Projects
Opening reception: Friday 6 March, 5—9 pm
118 60 Stockholm, Sweden
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From press release:
We are extremely pleased to announce that Amy Cutler's thirteenth one-person museum show will open on Saturday, February 8 at the Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha, Nebraska. Curated by Karin Campbell, the museum's Phil Wilson Curator of Contemporary Art, the exhibition features a selection of the artist's recent drawings and paintings on paper.
In the illustrated brochure accompanying the exhibition, Campbell writes:
Idun Baltzersen - Ingrid Torvund - Iben Isabell Krogsgaard
The Hurricane is approaching
Opening reception: Saturday 2 May, 1 pm
We are proud to present Kent Iwemyr’s seventh solo exhibition at the gallery. New Masterpieces consists of a series of acrylic paintings executed during the last year. Kent Iwemyr has, among other things, been called ”A Strange Bird in Contemporary Art” and ”A Swedish Rural Chagall”. His paintings draws content from life in the small industrial community Hallstammar in Sweden, but has been shown at galleries all over the world. Despite the down to earth storytelling, his imagery can be conceived as rare and exotic also on the home ground.
Recording of a public conversation between artist Petra Lindholm and Kati Kivinen, Chief Curator for the collections at the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma in Helsinki, Finland. The conversation is in English and was held in connection with Petra Lindholm’s exhibition at the gallery on January 25, 2020.
Edited by Felix Berg.
Thanks to Petra Lindholm and Kati Kivinen.
© Galleri Magnus Karlsson 2020
From press release:
This year, the assignment to produce the Swedish Public Art Association's commissioned work, a series of a hundred unique works united by a red thread, has been awarded the artist Carl Hammoud. All 100 works will be presented at SAK's annual exhibition 2020 and this is the only chance to see them all together. Previous artists who have produced commissioned works have been Nisrine Boukhari, Ella Tillema, Tilpo, Christian Partos, Astrid Sylwan, Eva Marie Lindahl, Julia Peirone and Clay Ketter.