Lars Arrhenius, A–Z, a memento, Taubert Contemporary, Berlin, Germany

It was with great regret that we heard of the loss of Lars Arrhenius (1966–2020) who passed away just a few weeks ago after an operation. He had been battling a stub- born autoimmune disorder for years. Lars leaves behind his wife and two children, who remain in our thoughts.

From the beginning of his artistic career, Lars Arrhenius was committed to exploring new things, in particular new media and digitalisation. Over the last 10 years his focus was on environmental protection, which became his central concern.

Idun Baltzersen et al. Bomuldsfabriken Kunsthall, Arendal, Norge

Dette er tre separate utstillinger med kunstnere som ikke har stilt ut sammen tidligere. Kunstnerne er satt sammen ut ifra noen felles møtepunkter både visuelt og konseptuelt. Undertittelen til utstillingen, - orkanen nærmer seg, er hentet fra en låt med samme tittel fra garagerock-gruppen Pascal fra Gotland. På tross av en mørk klangbunn er utstillingen en hyllest til kunsten, trangen til utforskning og en påminnelse om at vi kan.

Kent Iwemyr, Root in the North, Art Centre Silkeborg Bad, Denmark

ROOT IN THE NORTH

Nothing has changed and yet. The artists behind Root in the North show geographical vision, curiosity and generosity and together with the Art Centre Silkeborg Bad invite equally Nordic alive and kicking colleagues into a joint study whose physical form is made up of an exhibition and a book published in connection with the exhibition.

Ulf Lundin, Stadsmuseet, Stockholm, Sweden

– From Press Release –

With his very own quirky look at seemingly mundane situations around Stockholm, Ulf Lundin makes us see the remarkable in the simple. By quietly and methodically considering and waiting, Ulf Lundin has developed the form and expression possibilities of the documentary genre. He captures in both still and video the equally comical and absurd situations that arise between the city’s inhabitants.

Stilla liv / Still Life, Hellvi Kännungs, Gotland

We are pleased to announce the ninth summer exhibition at Hellvi Kännungs, Gotland, Sweden. The exhibition Still Life presents a personal selection of paintings, sculptures and photographs around the concept of still life. Pictures and objects of subjects which have been carefully arranged or where everyday life and chance have set the stage. In some works the objects are loaded with content and history, in others reduced to forms and surfaces in a composition.

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