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Häst By Mathilda Sundström

Editions: 50 Size: 42×29,7 cm Technique: Print About the piece Sundström perceives her works as abstract; they’re only figurative if the viewer chooses to interpret them that way. She worka intuitively and preferably fast, with several images at the same time. Her material is paper in different forms and colors, mainly photographs from old newspapers and photo books that she has collected over the years.There’s no patyicular thought behind Sundström’s works, it’s rather an attempt to convey the feeling she’s looking for when she works, a sort of rebirth. She is in constant development; if her works feel too safe or too comfortable, they’ll fall flat. Sundström has to surprise herself, to feel a sense of insecurity. She is constantly chasing a feeling; the perfect balance between safe and unsafe, which usually generates the best result. New images, new impressions, new people, meetings and ways of thinking fuel this development and inspire her to work. Sundström perceives her works as abstract; they’re only figurative if the viewer chooses to interpret them that way. She worka intuitively and preferably fast, with several images at the same time. Her material is paper in different forms and colors, mainly photographs from old newspapers and photo books that she has collected over the years.There’s no patyicular thought behind Sundström’s works, it’s rather an attempt to convey the feeling she’s looking for when she works, a sort of rebirth. She is in constant development; if her works feel too safe or too comfortable, they’ll fall flat. Sundström has to surprise herself, to feel a sense of insecurity. She is constantly chasing a feeling; the perfect balance between safe and unsafe, which usually generates the best result. New images, new impressions, new people, meetings and ways of thinking fuel this development and inspire her to work. About the artist Mathilda Sundström (b.1991) is studying a BA (Bachelor) of Graphic Design and Illustration at University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm. Her work is characterized by different materials mixed together. She is interested in the meeting of different textures and to work out a result by chance. To work is to experiment. Sundström is inspired by the meetings between the sharp, soft, hard, dark, bright; the various contrasts formed and the overall impression and feeling when differences come together and form something new, unique.Read more

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Back in the mists of time By Isabella Ståhl

Editions: 15Size: 50×70 cmTechnique: Print Editions: 15Size: 50×70 cmTechnique: Print Editions: 15Size: 50×70 cmTechnique: 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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Untitled II By Magda Lundberg

Editions: Original Size: 42×52 cm Technique: Wall color on canvas About the piece In the process of making a series of paintings, of which  is part of, Lundberg has actively fought against her general impulse to invite all the colors to the party. Instead she has sought on keeping the palette homogeneous without loosing the element of nuance. Initially feeling quite awkward with the complexion of the result, Lundberg considers these paintings to be an important step in her artistry due to them being (in her mind) totally out of (the) character (she has written for herself to be perceived as). And that batshit crazy new character now (post these paintings) knows that (is struggling with) there is no shame in liking (loving) pink. Untitled II In the process of making a series of paintings, of which  is part of, Lundberg has actively fought against her general impulse to invite all the colors to the party. Instead she has sought on keeping the palette homogeneous without loosing the element of nuance. Initially feeling quite awkward with the complexion of the result, Lundberg considers these paintings to be an important step in her artistry due to them being (in her mind) totally out of (the) character (she has written for herself to be perceived as). And that batshit crazy new character now (post these paintings) knows that (is struggling with) there is no shame in liking (loving) pink. About the artist Magda Lundberg (b.1990) wishes to create digestible art that does not require any previous knowledge from the observer. It (the art) is meant to feel easy (as in enjoyable) and inclusive – sometimes fun, sometimes (perhaps) serious. Preferably in some manner appealing, or at the very least unsettling.Read more

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t_02 By Frida-My

Editions: 10 Size: 24×32,8 cm Technique: Photography About the piece t_02  is part of a series of photographs that are very intimate and personal but Frida-My believes that all can relate to and feel something about them. In this photograph, there is a focus on color and shape, it is abstract and minimalist but contains both memories and emotions. The name is inspired by the digitization of the analogue. The analogue expression has always been the most intimate for Frida-My, it is where she feels the most personal, which makes her believe that those images become the strongest. They are impulsive, spontaneous, and often more about catching the moment than arrange and create. Being able to switch between the free and refined form of creation is how Frida-My prefers to work. About the artist Frida-My (b. 1992) is a photographer and visual creative based in Stockholm. She works with both stills and moving images and implements them both in art and commercial projects. She has studied photography at Akademin Valand and is currently attending Fotoskolan STHLM. In addition, she also has a graphic design diploma from Berghs School of Communication and has attended the University of Stockholm for media, communication and art studies. Her work has been exhibited at spaces such as Kulturhuset, Moderna Museet, F12 and Berlin Atonal. The thing Frida-My appreciates the most with images and visual expression is to mix different practices and contexts. This means she likes to blend digital pictures with analogue and almost always creates moving image to her still-image series. In addition, she collaborates with friends or other creators to get challenged and grow. The analogue expression has always been the most intimate for Frida-My. It is where she feels the most personal, which makes her believe that those images become the strongest. They are impulsive, spontaneous, and often more about catching the moment than arrange and create. Being able to switch between the free and refined form of creation is how she prefers to work.Read more

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Form By Maria Pohl

Editions: 10 Size: 42×29,7 cm Technique: Print About the artist Maria Pohl (b. 1988) is a psychologist and artist. She studied at Lunnevads Art College and the Valand Academy. Pohl has a passion for theoretical books by philosophers and psychoanalysts, and will probably dedicate herself full time to their study in the future. She writes poems and organizes seminars and concerts in her apartment. As an artist, Pohl values colour selection and the emotionally charged.There are two threads running through Pohl’s creative process: the physical present and the world of ideas. While painting she expresses this through flow and colours, inspired by the interaction of spontaneity and precision. Much of Pohl’s thinking away from her brushes informs the motives and themes she choses to paint. She finds great inspiration in the psychological: relations and reaction. Emotions are important, the dynamics between them and the complexity of our interactionsIncreasingly, Pohl is experimenting with more modern and abstract forms, which can be seen in some of her works.Primarily Pohl is inspired by art that was created in the first half of the 20th century. She likes the simple expression of Matisse, the colour selection of Gauguin and the ingenuity of Picasso. She is also inspired by books and poetry, particularly the meditative musings of Woolf and the earnest nature of Sachs. Maria Pohl (b. 1988) is a psychologist and artist. She studied at Lunnevads Art College and the Valand Academy. Pohl has a passion for theoretical books by philosophers and psychoanalysts, and will probably dedicate herself full time to their study in the future. She writes poems and organizes seminars and concerts in her apartment. As an artist, Pohl values colour selection and the emotionally charged.There are two threads running through Pohl’s creative process: the physical present and the world of ideas. While painting she expresses this through flow and colours, inspired by the interaction of spontaneity and precision. Much of Pohl’s thinking away from her brushes informs the motives and themes she choses to paint. She finds great inspiration in the psychological: relations and reaction. Emotions are important, the dynamics between them and the complexity of our interactionsIncreasingly, Pohl is experimenting with more modern and abstract forms, which can be seen in some of her works.Primarily Pohl is inspired by art that was created in the first half of the 20th century. She likes the simple expression of Matisse, the colour selection of Gauguin and the ingenuity of Picasso. She is also inspired by books and poetry, particularly the meditative musings of Woolf and the earnest nature of Sachs. Maria Pohl (b. 1988) is a psychologist and artist. She studied at Lunnevads Art College and the Valand Academy. Pohl has a passion for theoretical books by philosophers and psychoanalysts, and will probably dedicate herself full time to their study in the future. She writes poems and organizes seminars and concerts in her apartment. As an artist, Pohl values colour selection and the emotionally charged.There are two threads running through Pohl’s creative process: the physical present and the world of ideas. While painting she expresses this through flow and colours, inspired by the interaction of spontaneity and precision. Much of Pohl’s thinking away from her brushes informs the motives and themes she choses to paint. She finds great inspiration in the psychological: relations and reaction. Emotions are important, the dynamics between them and the complexity of our interactionsIncreasingly, Pohl is experimenting with more modern and abstract forms, which can be seen in some of her works.Primarily Pohl is inspired by art that was created in the first half of the 20th century. She likes the simple expression of Matisse, the colour selection of Gauguin and the ingenuity of Picasso. She is also inspired by books and poetry, particularly the meditative musings of Woolf and the earnest nature of Sachs. Maria Pohl (b. 1988) is a psychologist and artist. She studied at Lunnevads Art College and the Valand Academy. Pohl has a passion for theoretical books by philosophers and psychoanalysts, and will probably dedicate herself full time to their study in the future. She writes poems and organizes seminars and concerts in her apartment. As an artist, Pohl values colour selection and the emotionally charged.There are two threads running through Pohl’s creative process: the physical present and the world of ideas. While painting she expresses this through flow and colours, inspired by the interaction of spontaneity and precision. Much of Pohl’s thinking away from her brushes informs the motives and themes she choses to paint. She finds great inspiration in the psychological: relations and reaction. Emotions are important, the dynamics between them and the complexity of our interactionsIncreasingly, Pohl is experimenting with more modern and abstract forms, which can be seen in some of her works.Primarily Pohl is inspired by art that was created in the first half of the 20th century. She likes the simple expression of Matisse, the colour selection of Gauguin and the ingenuity of Picasso. She is also inspired by books and poetry, particularly the meditative musings of Woolf and the earnest nature of Sachs.Read more

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Saturn By Michelle Claesson Eismann

Editions: 50Size: 70×50 cmTechnique: Print Editions: 50Size: 70×50 cmTechnique: Print Editions: 50Size: 70×50 cmTechnique: Print About the piece We are these humans living on this place called earth which is part of a solar system where the planets follows the orbit around this thing we decided to call the sun.The sun is just one star among billions in this other thing we named the galaxy which is just one galaxy among the billions of galaxies in something we call the universe.Brain freeze. We are these humans living on this place called earth which is part of a solar system where the planets follows the orbit around this thing we decided to call the sun.The sun is just one star among billions in this other thing we named the galaxy which is just one galaxy among the billions of galaxies in something we call the universe.Brain freeze. We are these humans living on this place called earth which is part of a solar system where the planets follows the orbit around this thing we decided to call the sun.The sun is just one star among billions in this other thing we named the galaxy which is just one galaxy among the billions of galaxies in something we call the universe.Brain freeze. About the artist Michelle Claesson Eismann (b. 1988) is an illustrator born and raised in Stockholm. She graduated from Beckmans College of Design with a BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts) in visual communication 2011. With previous work for among others Farfetch, Acne and Indie magazine, she masters different techniques in both illustration as well as visuals.Read more

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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.
Asian arts: A remarkable auction with both Chinese taste and fine export porcelain
On 11th and 12th February, Belgium's Rob Michiels Auctions will hold a sale of an impressive collection of Asian works of art, with the majority of the sale featuring Chinese porcelain.
Britannia Ruled: The Brits who owned the American airwaves in the sixties
In 1963, The Beatles released their first U.S. single "Please Please Me." The following year, "I Want to Hold Your Hand" appeared on Billboard's Top Forty chart. On 7th February, 1964, The Beatles flew from London to New York City for a ten day trip. From John F. Kennedy airport to the streets of New York, Beatlemania was everywhere. And that was it - the Sixties belonged to Britain.
From Madrid, La Laguna, Barcelona to Paris
From Hemingway to Picasso, Fitzgerald and Dali, the sleeping beauty that is Paris has seen creatives flutter to the city. Since the early 1920s, thanks to Gertrude Stein championing mavericks of the arts in her Paris salon, the city has continued to be a home for artists.
Diamonds are a girl's best friend and rubies, pearls, emeralds...
Hôtel des Ventes de Monte-Carlo's Jewellery and Watches sale on 24th October features the most exquisite collection of diamonds, emeralds, pearls and more.

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