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Metamorph By Hilda Bordahl

Editions: 20 Size: 70×50 cm Technique: Print Editions: 20 Size: 70×50 cm Technique: Print Editions: 20 Size: 70×50 cm Technique: Print About the piece Metamorph is an experiment about time passing and the attempts one make to hold on to specific moments. It’s a photograph of a temporary sculpture made of air drying clay. The sculpture couldn’t stay in this position, as time passed it kept changing. So it’s inadequately saved by this photograph. About the artist Hilda Bordahl (b. 1991) is an artist and photographer based in Stockholm. She graduated from the Stockholm School of Photography (Fotoskolan STHLM) in 2014, and went on to study art history for a year. She combines being an artist with being a commercial photographer, mostly shooting fashion. Bordahl’s three pieces on Arrivals are experiments about dimensions and time.  and  are close scans of a portion of two small stones.  is a photograph of a temporary sculpture Agate Hilda Bordahl (b. 1991) is an artist and photographer based in Stockholm. She graduated from the Stockholm School of Photography (Fotoskolan STHLM) in 2014, and went on to study art history for a year. She combines being an artist with being a commercial photographer, mostly shooting fashion. Bordahl’s three pieces on Arrivals are experiments about dimensions and time.  and  are close scans of a portion of two small stones.  is a photograph of a temporary sculpture Pumice Hilda Bordahl (b. 1991) is an artist and photographer based in Stockholm. She graduated from the Stockholm School of Photography (Fotoskolan STHLM) in 2014, and went on to study art history for a year. She combines being an artist with being a commercial photographer, mostly shooting fashion. Bordahl’s three pieces on Arrivals are experiments about dimensions and time.  and  are close scans of a portion of two small stones.  is a photograph of a temporary sculpture Metamorph Hilda Bordahl (b. 1991) is an artist and photographer based in Stockholm. She graduated from the Stockholm School of Photography (Fotoskolan STHLM) in 2014, and went on to study art history for a year. She combines being an artist with being a commercial photographer, mostly shooting fashion. Bordahl’s three pieces on Arrivals are experiments about dimensions and time.  and  are close scans of a portion of two small stones.  is a photograph of a temporary sculptureRead more

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These Shoes Are Made For Fucking By Liza Forslund

Editions: 20 Size: 70×50 cm Technique: Print About the piece These Shoes Are Made For Fucking is one of three illustrations by visual communicator Liza Forslund where she by the aid of digital illustration explores beauty and female beauty standards. Is the world of beauty solely ruled by the patriarchy where female interests are downgraded or can it be a way of manifesting and reclaiming our own femininity? By willingly wearing garments or accessories that mainly is used in situations where females are dominated by men, women can reclaim the power and use sexual garments as a weapon rather than another way of being degraded. It is a way of taking back. Your sexuality is yours and not for others to abuse or judge. About the artist Liza Forslund (b. 1993) is an artist who lives in Stockholm. Forslund is to be a BA (Bachelor) graduate in Visual Communication at Beckmans College of Design in the spring of 2017. She has a background in classical painting, attending the art school Pernbys Målarskola in 2012- 13 and has since then levitated towards illustration and later Graphic Design and Art Direction. Forslund feels that the way of creating within all three fields are very similar since it’s all about communicating a feeling and a message by visual communication. Women’s discourses are something that inspires Forslund and she tries to include that in all of her work whether it is an illustration or art directing a photoshoot.Read more

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Gurl and Horse By Johanna Welinder

Editions: 20 Size: 42×29,7 cm Technique: Print About the piece Working around a concept of Eco-punk, the designs are based on Welinder’s printed textiles. This illustration and another one by her, were part of Welinder’s graduate collection and were printed on dresses for the collection “Protect What You Love”. She wanted to illustrate human figures embracing and caring for earth and life as an inspiration to live in balance with our planet. What is our relationship with nature? Flowers and plants are symbols for love, life and happiness but our way of living is destroying forests all over the world. Why do we love our pets but choose to eat other animals? By illustrating cute animals and thriving nature Welinder hopes to appeal to our shortcoming of vanity, and play upon this as a moral weapon. About the artist Johanna Welinder (b. 1991) is a Stockholm based illustrator and print designer, educated with a BA (Bachelor) at Beckmans School of Design. Using a mixed media technique with a naive expression, her work explores an organic world filled with animals, plants and human-like figures. With the aim to raise awareness about climate change, these illustrations show the beauty of earth and love for animals. The humans connecting with nature as an inspiration to live in balance with our planet. Welinder has worked with clients such as H&M, Contributor Magazine, and Spectral Magazine.Read more

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Blow it up – make something new By Ammy Olofsson

Editions : Openca 15×3 cm Glass sculpture Size: : Openca 15×3 cm Glass sculpture Technique: : Openca 15×3 cm Glass sculpture About the piece In the piece, Olofsson mixes red glass color rods (traditionally used for coloring clear crystal to red), electronic components, programming and pyrotechnical fuse to comment on the current change of norms of swedish glass art, craft and industry. The only glass in these glass art pieces are the red color rods, this makes the scultures themselves material to blow new sculptures. Times are changing. Blow it up, make something new! Blow it up – make something new In the piece, Olofsson mixes red glass color rods (traditionally used for coloring clear crystal to red), electronic components, programming and pyrotechnical fuse to comment on the current change of norms of swedish glass art, craft and industry. The only glass in these glass art pieces are the red color rods, this makes the scultures themselves material to blow new sculptures. Times are changing. Blow it up, make something new! About the artist Ammy Olofsson (b. 1988) lives and works in Stockholm. Olofsson graduated with an MFA (Master of Fine Arts) in Ceramics and Glass at University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, Stockholm, 2016. Prior to Olofsson’s education in Stockholm she was trained at Kosta Glascenter as well as at Pilchuck Glass School in the US, and is today working as a glass artist. In her artistry, Olofsson is interested in science, technology and the body, in combination with glassblowing and artisanal traditions. Olofsson also finds inspiration in science fiction, new technology and biohacking. Olofsson has been a part of numerous group shows in Sweden and is represented samt at prestigeous institutions as Nationalmuseum, Millesgården and Liljevalchs konsthall but also internationally at Milano Design Fair. Duringder 2016 she took over Glasbolaget i Bro, outside Stockholm, together with a few other glass artists, with the vision to expand and increase the interest for contemporary glass art.  Read more

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Cuxhaven By Amit Naamani, Print

Editions : 529×21 cmPrint Size:  : 529×21 cmPrint Technique:  : 529×21 cmPrint About the piece Cuxhaven is a part of Naamani’s glitchwars series. It’s a series of 16 glitches that Naamani made during his time in Hamburg, it’s scans of a collaged magazine that created beautiful and surreal landscapes. About the artist Amit Naamani (b. 1986) is an artist based in Tel-Aviv. Naamani has been keeping a sketchbook and a diary for over five years now, working in and out of it and documenting almost everyday. He finds that documenting a moment is fascinating, and when he draw something, paste something or color it onto paper, it describes that moment in time, and when he goes back and look at it, it has meaning. Naamani’s work has a strong base around collage, asking the question, “What is collage?”. The essence of his work is layers, whether it is a piece of paper, a piece of text, a letter, an old photo of a building or a huge acrylic splatter in the middle of all of that. Naamani finds the layers both metaphorical and as physical ideas of our everyday lives. A word, over or under a photo, over another word and above it all, a torn up photo,  a mix of his everyday, his culture and his mind. After years of studying figure drawing, Naamani went to apprentice in a tattoo studio and got into drawing in the style of tattoos. When he left that world and started to look deeper, he discovered collage and writing. Now he works constantly, both digital and analog, exploring the beauty of today’s world where layers of collage and text exist on both levels. Naamani believes that by having sketchbooks, diaries and journals around, he is in a constant spirit of creativity. Sometimes it looks good, sometimes bad, but for him what is important is to stay active and work. Naamani says he knows how important it is to create “bad” work and just keep the creative juices flowing, while moving, always to stay in motion. Now, he says he understand the beauty of simple abstract marks, color stains or just huge fields of color, and those are slowly growing in his work, while working digital or in his journals. Naamani views the pieces at Arrivals as a unity, working together; creating an abstract landscape of thoughts and emotions from Naamani’s everyday life.Read more

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Back in the mists of time By Isabella Ståhl

Editions: 15 Size: 50×70 cm Technique: Print Editions: 15 Size: 50×70 cm Technique: Print Editions: 15 Size: 50×70 cm Technique: Print About the piece Isabella Ståhl’s motifs are often those of different states of nature. The motif in is of an early morning in Ljusdal, Hälsingland in Sweden. An early bird flying off in the morning mist. Ståhl is fascinated by the mystic feeling that some images can evoke, and claims that different shades of mists enhance the mystic character of a place or space. It is a work being, at the same time, static and full of nature’s movement. In Ståhls works, one can see traces of her interest in dark forces in nature and the power it’ll bring to the viewer – as well as the notion that without sun, water and air we as humans wouldn’t exist. Back in the mists of time Isabella Ståhl’s motifs are often those of different states of nature. The motif in is of an early morning in Ljusdal, Hälsingland in Sweden. An early bird flying off in the morning mist. Ståhl is fascinated by the mystic feeling that some images can evoke, and claims that different shades of mists enhance the mystic character of a place or space. It is a work being, at the same time, static and full of nature’s movement. In Ståhls works, one can see traces of her interest in dark forces in nature and the power it’ll bring to the viewer – as well as the notion that without sun, water and air we as humans wouldn’t exist. About the artist Isabella Ståhl (b. 1984) is a Swedish photographer based in both northern Sweden and Paris. Educated at the International Center of Photography in New York, her work has been published in several online and print publications and exhibited internationally in Stockholm, London and New York. She often photographs rural environments, dreamlike landscapes and animals. With her work she likes to tell stories about what used to be, melancholic sceneries and mysteries of the earth, the hidden secrets of nature and the darkness that hides beneath.Read more

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“Oops” By Johanna Berg

Editions: 15 Size: 70×50 cm Technique: Fine Art Print About the piece “Oops”  is a reaction against sexualization and domestication of the female body and mind. The illustration is a part of the diptych where Johanna mixes humour and female empowerment to reclaim the imagery of women, claimed by men for centuries. The diptych is inspired by Amedeo Modiglianis painting , among others. Milkmaid & “Oops”  is a reaction against sexualization and domestication of the female body and mind. The illustration is a part of the diptych where Johanna mixes humour and female empowerment to reclaim the imagery of women, claimed by men for centuries. The diptych is inspired by Amedeo Modiglianis painting , among others. The Little Milkmaid  is a reaction against sexualization and domestication of the female body and mind. The illustration is a part of the diptych where Johanna mixes humour and female empowerment to reclaim the imagery of women, claimed by men for centuries. The diptych is inspired by Amedeo Modiglianis painting , among others. About the artist Johanna Berg (b. 1986) is a designer and illustrator, who lives and works in Gothenburg. Berg received her BA (Bachelor) from the Academy of Design and Crafts, Gothenburg, 2015. Her illustrative motifs are often abstract objects that can be interpreted as figurative. Berg always makes a first digital draft to her illustrations and then translates the sketch to the final medium – sometimes the medium is a wall painting, and sometimes it’s wood. Apart from working as an artist, Berg works with conceptual furniture and scenography, where her clear, graphic expression recurs. The use of different materials also plays a big role in her artworks and the notion on different values imbedded in the materials is, too, a recurring theme.Read more

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Bare-foot princesses and a Royal controversy: Behind John Ralph Merton's portraits
John Ralph Merton was one of the most prolific portrait painters of the 20th century. Behind his beautiful paintings are tales of a bare-foot princess, a Royal controversy and a bungalow in Wiltshire that played host to the monarchy.
Emin's My Bed returns to artist's hometown of Margate at Turner Contemporary
Two years ago, Tracey Emin watched her 1999 Turner Prize entry My Bed sell at Christie's for £2.5 million. Emin rejoiced as the hammer went down to winning bidder Count Christian Duerckheim as she knew it would return, for some time, to its first home: The Tate. This October, the bed will make the pilgrimage to Tracey's hometown of Margate at the Turner Contemporary.
Eugenio Fernández Granell: The last Spanish Surrealist
Eugenio Fernández Granell left a legacy as the last Spanish Surrealist artist. His Marxism and times spent in exile with fellow artists are all part of the stories behind his oeuvre.
John Olsen: The Godfather of Australian art
Australia's Raffan Kelaher & Thomas this month in their auction on 20th June, will feature a work by the Godfather of Australian Modern art, John Olsen.

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