Galleri Magnus Karlsson is pleased to present Peter Köhler’s third solo exhibition in the gallery. The exhibition Imagination of the Heart presents new paintings and works on paper.
Lars Arrhenius (b.1966) deals with the drama of everyday life. In his works he has often put on a birds eye to human behaviour where he tells stories on hidden contexts where everything in the end seems to be connected. In August/September Specta shows 66 prints by Lars Arrhenius, all illustrations from British newspapers from the end of the 19 th century. Here, carefully drawn illustrations were used to vividly emphasize events in order to reach more “readers”. All together the 66 prints form the more than 17 meters long suite “Eye for an Eye” from 2002.
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Tallinn International Drawing Triennial “Vaikne revolutsioon/Silent Revolution“, curated by Anu Juurak, expands upon the fears and hopes of today’s society and popularizes drawing in the context of contemporary art.
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Galleri Magnus Karlsson har glädjen att presentera utställningen Utan Söm och Socka på Hellvi Kännungs, Gotland. Hellvi Kännungs är galleriets projektrum sommartid och öppnade förra året med utställningen Pudelns Hjärna sammanställd av Jens Fänge. Tanken med projektrummet är att skapa förutsättningar för oväntade möten och uppmuntra nya samarbeten och idéer.
Bonniers Konsthall is now opening the first larger solo exhibition with Swedish artist Klara Kristalova. Her ceramics sculptures, drawings and installations have a highly personal formal language that draws on commonly shared myths and fairytales. The childish is intertwined with dark gothic humor. A recurrent character is the young prepubescent girl that is cast in ceramic or bronze. Klara Kristalova embrace the somewhat Nordic cliché about deep forests and imaginative flora and fauna, but she injects it with a strong and unique narration.
Jacob Dahlgren, Peter Johansson/Barbro Westling, Ann Böttcher, Axel Lieber, Enno Hallek, Anna Svensson, Daniel Segerberg, Caroline Mårtensson, Fredrik Norén, Ragna Berlin, Johan Ledung, Mette Björnberg, Richard Johansson, My Ekman, Mattias Nordéus, Johan Röing, Sisyfos Minigolfklubb, Gustaf-Jon, Anders Wallgren.
Last summer Thomas Broomé was an artist in residence at the Bergman Estate. With great pleasure we exhibit a suite of paintings depicting the different rooms in Ingmar Bergman’s house.
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We are closed on Sweden’s National Day, June 6.