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Svarttjärnen By Jenny Norberg

Editions: 25 Size: 56,5×38 cm Technique: Print About the piece The print comes from a drawing made in Nordingrå, Höga Kusten, a place of significance for the artist. After making the drawing she brought it to Stockholm and dipped it in wax. The drawing became an enclosed object: a memory of a time and place. Svarttjärnen The print comes from a drawing made in Nordingrå, Höga Kusten, a place of significance for the artist. After making the drawing she brought it to Stockholm and dipped it in wax. The drawing became an enclosed object: a memory of a time and place. About the artist Jenny Norberg (b. 1992) is an artist from Sundsvall, based in Stockholm. She is currently taking her BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts) at University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm. Norberg’s practice circles around the experiences that are within us but which can not be described by using only words. She is interested in the presence and how it can be enclosed in objects and places. Norberg often uses the technique of drawing and sculpturing without watching the work of her hands. This, she finds, is a method for staying present in what she sees and experiences in the moment. Working from the experience itself rather than staging it is a fundamental part of her process. With a mindset active in detecting the subtle and sensitive, she discerns shapes and lines in the world around her and uses different methods to find her way into them. The result of this can be a drawing, casting or a photography. When collecting material, it’s not so much about documentation as it is a way of communicating and asking questions. She describes it as finding messages, secrets that speak to her in a silent language. Norberg gets inspiration from marks in the streets and walls, nature, sensory experiences, proprioception, poetry, balance and the center of gravity, time as a phenomena, vulnerability and the emotional. She enjoys the practice of the artist Bas Jan Ader and the choreographer Helena Franzen.“Who or what I am as far as they are concerned, is not necessarily, or thereby, “me”, as far as I am concerned. I am presumably “what” they are describing, but not their description. I am the territory, what they say I am is their map of me. What or where, is the territory?” R. D. Laing. With a mindset active in detecting the subtle and sensitive, she discerns shapes and lines in the world around her and uses different methods to find her way into them. The result of this can be a drawing, casting or a photography. When collecting material, it’s not so much about documentation as it is a way of communicating and asking questions. She describes it as finding messages, secrets that speak to her in a silent language. Norberg gets inspiration from marks in the streets and walls, nature, sensory experiences, proprioception, poetry, balance and the center of gravity, time as a phenomena, vulnerability and the emotional. She enjoys the practice of the artist Bas Jan Ader and the choreographer Helena Franzen.“Who or what I am as far as they are concerned, is not necessarily, or thereby, “me”, as far as I am concerned. I am presumably “what” they are describing, but not their description. I am the territory, what they say I am is their map of me. What or where, is the territory?” R. D. Laing.Read more

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Headspace III By Rasmus Nossbring

Editions: OriginalSize: 13x12x11 cm Editions: OriginalSize: 13x12x11 cm Technique: Glass Sculpture About the piece In the sculptures, Nossbring has been investigating emotion conveyed through glass. The content of his work speaks about daily routine and social structures. Through body language and facial expression, we understand each other, yet it is not always obvious nor clear what is being said as the body usually acts faster than the brain. Nossbring creates these from blown glass by hand, slowly sculpting all the details to get to an expression that he wants in the glass studio. Once finished, the pieces are cooled down slowly to release stress in the glass, before Nossbring works with the objects cold to achieve desired surface and texture. Headspace In the sculptures, Nossbring has been investigating emotion conveyed through glass. The content of his work speaks about daily routine and social structures. Through body language and facial expression, we understand each other, yet it is not always obvious nor clear what is being said as the body usually acts faster than the brain. Nossbring creates these from blown glass by hand, slowly sculpting all the details to get to an expression that he wants in the glass studio. Once finished, the pieces are cooled down slowly to release stress in the glass, before Nossbring works with the objects cold to achieve desired surface and texture. About the artist Rasmus Nossbring (b. 1991) is an artist from Norrköping, Sweden. At the age of fifteen he started his apprenticeship for Reijmyre Glassworks, as part of their traditional Swedish production line. Gradually learning the process of glassmaking he started creating objects of his own when time was given, which in 2010 got recognized by the National Museum Design. This gave him more freedom in the factory along with bigger responsibilities to create artwork for various artist and designing objects for the factory. In 2014 Nossbring made his way to Pilchuck Glass school for the first time as an intern in the school’s famous glass studio. He has since then been returning to America, visiting Corning Museum of Glass and Pilchuck Glass school in various positions. Influenced by Swedish and American glass culture he’s continuously broadening his artistic vocabulary, increasing his skill. In 2014 Nossbirng left the factory to get more time for his own work and started study at University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm. The aspiring artist will graduate in 2017.The content of Nossbring’s work consist of moments from his everyday life. He portrays events bearing signs of contemporary humanity and daily routines. In this frame, memories, social dynamics and dreams are subjects that interests him. Ultimately, he wants to convey what he sees and feels in his everyday life through his work and create monuments of the mundane.Nossbring is a sculptor working in a variety of materials but expresses himself primarily in glass. In this medium, he tries to move past conventional techniques and to discover what is possible in hot glass. Rasmus Nossbring (b. 1991) is an artist from Norrköping, Sweden. At the age of fifteen he started his apprenticeship for Reijmyre Glassworks, as part of their traditional Swedish production line. Gradually learning the process of glassmaking he started creating objects of his own when time was given, which in 2010 got recognized by the National Museum Design. This gave him more freedom in the factory along with bigger responsibilities to create artwork for various artist and designing objects for the factory. In 2014 Nossbring made his way to Pilchuck Glass school for the first time as an intern in the school’s famous glass studio. He has since then been returning to America, visiting Corning Museum of Glass and Pilchuck Glass school in various positions. Influenced by Swedish and American glass culture he’s continuously broadening his artistic vocabulary, increasing his skill. In 2014 Nossbirng left the factory to get more time for his own work and started study at University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm. The aspiring artist will graduate in 2017.The content of Nossbring’s work consist of moments from his everyday life. He portrays events bearing signs of contemporary humanity and daily routines. In this frame, memories, social dynamics and dreams are subjects that interests him. Ultimately, he wants to convey what he sees and feels in his everyday life through his work and create monuments of the mundane.Nossbring is a sculptor working in a variety of materials but expresses himself primarily in glass. In this medium, he tries to move past conventional techniques and to discover what is possible in hot glass. Rasmus Nossbring (b. 1991) is an artist from Norrköping, Sweden. At the age of fifteen he started his apprenticeship for Reijmyre Glassworks, as part of their traditional Swedish production line. Gradually learning the process of glassmaking he started creating objects of his own when time was given, which in 2010 got recognized by the National Museum Design. This gave him more freedom in the factory along with bigger responsibilities to create artwork for various artist and designing objects for the factory. In 2014 Nossbring made his way to Pilchuck Glass school for the first time as an intern in the school’s famous glass studio. He has since then been returning to America, visiting Corning Museum of Glass and Pilchuck Glass school in various positions. Influenced by Swedish and American glass culture he’s continuously broadening his artistic vocabulary, increasing his skill. In 2014 Nossbirng left the factory to get more time for his own work and started study at University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm. The aspiring artist will graduate in 2017.The content of Nossbring’s work consist of moments from his everyday life. He portrays events bearing signs of contemporary humanity and daily routines. In this frame, memories, social dynamics and dreams are subjects that interests him. Ultimately, he wants to convey what he sees and feels in his everyday life through his work and create monuments of the mundane.Nossbring is a sculptor working in a variety of materials but expresses himself primarily in glass. In this medium, he tries to move past conventional techniques and to discover what is possible in hot glass.Read more

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t_02 By Frida-My

Editions: 10 Size: 24×32,8 cm Technique: Fine Art Print 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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Girl By Mette Colberg

Editions: 10+2 APSize: 59,4×41,8 cmTechnique: Archival pigment print on watercolor paper Editions: 10+2 APSize: 59,4×41,8 cmTechnique: Archival pigment print on watercolor paper Editions: 10+2 APSize: 59,4×41,8 cmTechnique: Archival pigment print on watercolor paper About the piece With point of departure in handmade photographic glass filters and photography Colberg is researching the immaterial aspects and the ambiguity of transparent glass and how these notions can trigger new perspectives and different interpretations. Her focus is set on the act of seeing and how the glass filters change and alter perception. Through the filters many questions occur and demand the viewer to take them into account. A re-occuring subject is construction; construction of self, our surroundings, our friends, our life, our taste, our look our seeing. An everlasting journey of experience, knowledge, failures and success.We use all kinds of analogue tools and gimmicks to alter our appearance. shows a distorted image of an eyelash curler; an object that provides a small edit in the daily construction of self. Below the image is a kliché print of the text Girl, You’ll be a Woman Soon, written by Colberg’s 7 year old niece Nellie. With point of departure in handmade photographic glass filters and photography Colberg is researching the immaterial aspects and the ambiguity of transparent glass and how these notions can trigger new perspectives and different interpretations. Her focus is set on the act of seeing and how the glass filters change and alter perception. Through the filters many questions occur and demand the viewer to take them into account. A re-occuring subject is construction; construction of self, our surroundings, our friends, our life, our taste, our look our seeing. An everlasting journey of experience, knowledge, failures and success.We use all kinds of analogue tools and gimmicks to alter our appearance. shows a distorted image of an eyelash curler; an object that provides a small edit in the daily construction of self. Below the image is a kliché print of the text Girl, You’ll be a Woman Soon, written by Colberg’s 7 year old niece Nellie. Girl With point of departure in handmade photographic glass filters and photography Colberg is researching the immaterial aspects and the ambiguity of transparent glass and how these notions can trigger new perspectives and different interpretations. Her focus is set on the act of seeing and how the glass filters change and alter perception. Through the filters many questions occur and demand the viewer to take them into account. A re-occuring subject is construction; construction of self, our surroundings, our friends, our life, our taste, our look our seeing. An everlasting journey of experience, knowledge, failures and success.We use all kinds of analogue tools and gimmicks to alter our appearance. shows a distorted image of an eyelash curler; an object that provides a small edit in the daily construction of self. Below the image is a kliché print of the text Girl, You’ll be a Woman Soon, written by Colberg’s 7 year old niece Nellie. About the artist Mette Colberg (b. 1981) is an artist from Denmark, where she currently lives and works. She has a MFA (Master of Fine Arts) from Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts & Design in Stockholm. Colberg has been a driving force in taking glass art from a handcrafted object into being the filter through which we gaze at the world.Read more

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Den vidrige I By John Jakobsson

Editions: Open edition Size: 15×10 cm Technique: Ceramics About the piece In his graduation project , Jakobsson worked with giving life to a completely new form of life. By an investigation in sculptural techniques as well as an interest in pseudo sciences, Jakobsson aims at showing a reality that could exist. In his work he focuses primarily on cryptozoology that is a pseudo science about animals – animals whose existance is contentious. Through the single artworks’ connection with each other, Jakobsson sees a parallell world from which all artworks arise, and that then get through to our side of reality. Den Vidrige In his graduation project , Jakobsson worked with giving life to a completely new form of life. By an investigation in sculptural techniques as well as an interest in pseudo sciences, Jakobsson aims at showing a reality that could exist. In his work he focuses primarily on cryptozoology that is a pseudo science about animals – animals whose existance is contentious. Through the single artworks’ connection with each other, Jakobsson sees a parallell world from which all artworks arise, and that then get through to our side of reality. About the artist John Jakobsson (b. 1984) is an artist based at Gotland, Sweden. Jakobsson is working mainly with creating sculptures and took his BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts) from University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in 2012. Jakobsson’s work aims at describing the real through imagination.Read more

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Conceal By Berber Theunissen

Editions : 15 + 2 A.P Size:  58×50 cm Technique:  C-print   About the piece Conceal is part of an ongoing project Theunissen is working on. She started to combine her series with the series into a new project, with a new muze. Skin is part of an ongoing project Theunissen is working on. She started to combine her series with the series into a new project, with a new muze. Why i left Adam is part of an ongoing project Theunissen is working on. She started to combine her series with the series into a new project, with a new muze. About the projects and Skin About the projects and Why I left Adam. Skin – l onging to learn to embrace the skin Theunissen lives in, she started photographing the skin of others. After having felt insecure and unwilling to accept who she was so often in her life, she wanted to feel connected to the flaws and the weaknesses of the girls she photographed, in the same way she experienced her own. It’s about peeling back the layers, exposing something deeply intimate and true.  Why I left Adam- a fter eight years of living in Amsterdam Theunissen started missing the woods, the quiet and the smells of the earth. On January 1st, 2015, she moved back to nature, the environment that inspires her the most. About the artist Berber Theunissen (b. 1989) lives and works in Amsterdam. Theunissen focuses her camera on things that affect her personally. Things that she love, but also things that make her feel vulnerable. She captures moments, feelings and memories of intense emotional value to her, or to the people around her. Her photographs are reflections of the memories in her mind. Theunissen takes photographs because she wants to preserve what is otherwise lost forever; time. Photography helps her create a sense of peace within her own chaotic being. She is obsessed with this thing called life, this absurd, all-consuming life, from the highs to the lows and every little thing in between. Obsessed with all the different kinds of moods and vibes we experience, day in, day out. Even the little things can cause an emotional rollercoaster of tears and laughter. We can understand some of these experiences, but others offer us no clue. She is infinitely curious about how to cope – as a human being, physically and mentally, as a person, as a girlfriend. Feeling so small in an universe so big.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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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.
Over £570 000 realised in Tennants July art sales
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