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Making Tracks By Emily Moore

Editions: Original Size: 24,5×25 cm Technique: Photo etching with chine-collé About the piece This series of etchings, containing two pieces, were created after a trip to Morzine, France. All the images are photographs that Emily Moore took whilst up in the mountains snowboarding; fragments of the surrounding landscape. About the artist Emily Moore (b. 1984) lives and works in Edinburgh, Scotland. She graduated with a first class degree from Edinburgh College of Art in 2013. In 2012 she was awarded the Royal Scottish Academy Keith Prize for the best student work and during her final year she was selected for the Saatchi New Sensations Longlist. Following graduation Moore was shortlisted as one of ten finalists for the Griffin Art Prize, appearing in an exhibition at The Griffin Gallery in London, where she was awarded the Griffin Art Prize People’s Choice Award and a sponsored artist award. Since graduating Moore has shown her work internationally as well as regularly exhibiting at the Annual Royal Scottish Academy Open Exhibitions. Photographs, taken to record her own travels and experiences, are often the starting point for Moore’s landscape based work. Moore is drawn to the patterns and forms found within the natural environment and the contrasting, geometric shapes and lines of the man-made structures which inhabit it. Her work, which encompasses a range of media, explores the tension between these two conflicting themes, attempting to find an overall balance within the final composition. A strong architectural influence is apparent in Moore’s work, which often draws attention to overlooked everyday constructions such as pylons, towers and stairways. The physical act of creating a piece, the surface and materials, has always been an important part of Moore’s practice. She developed her unique style of painting during her final year at Edinburgh College of Art, where she worked directly onto wooden panels, constructing the image in individual detailed layers, whilst retaining elements of the natural wood beneath.Read more

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Palette Piece 1 By Emma Sangberg

Editions : 15 Size:   70×50 cm Technique:  Print About the piece Sangberg started to collect and save her palettes a few years ago. She is interested in things that are created by chance and randomness, paint palettes being the ultimate example. When Sangberg took a closer look at her palettes and in a more investigative way, she started to see a lot of things moving in them, like patterns, landscapes or figures. For Sangberg, it’s about finding meaning in the “meaningless”. The palettes also become traces of her gesture when painting and something that has happened, something she didn’t plan to happen, or wasn’t entirely conscious of. In these digital prints she has scanned in some selected palettes and zoomed in on details in them – showing both her color shades as well as the process behind her practice as a painter. About the artist Emma Sangberg (b. 1986) is born in Trollhättan and is now based in Stockholm. She has studied art in Gothenburg and is currently studying MFA (Master of Fine Art) at the Royal institute of art in Stockholm. Sangberg is mostly working with painting, but also to some extent drawing and animation. She is interested in the process itself, and time is an important factor when she creates and she makes use of systems and rules when outlining her method. Inspired by her earlier work-experience in a factory, she started to use repetition in her art and is fascinated by the gesture and by the notion that even when there are certain rules, there are still differences in how you actually go ahead doing it. Sangberg experiments with randomness and is trying to find meaning by using repetitive movements, both bodily and visually. The physicality and the performative aspect are of great importance and she often interprets her work as traces of a gesture or as evidence of something that has previously happened.Read more

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Den blå stenen By Maria Pohl

Editions: 15 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 interactions Increasingly, 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 interactions Increasingly, 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 interactions Increasingly, 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 interactions Increasingly, 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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Consolador 1 By Sara Kallioinen Lundgren

Editions: Original Size: Ca 10×3 cm Technique: Mixed media sculpture Editions: Original Size: Ca 10×3 cm Technique: Mixed media sculpture Editions: Original Size: Ca 10×3 cm Technique: Mixed media sculpture About the piece The sculptures in the series were made during the months Sara lived in Spain. An exotic place for her where everything was patterned, detailed and colorful. A place where many people are strict Catholics and openly show their sexuality. A blend of extravagant fashion and judging looks saying you’re showing too much skin. High and low, all or nothing. Consolador The sculptures in the series were made during the months Sara lived in Spain. An exotic place for her where everything was patterned, detailed and colorful. A place where many people are strict Catholics and openly show their sexuality. A blend of extravagant fashion and judging looks saying you’re showing too much skin. High and low, all or nothing. Consolador  means to comfort, but is also the Spanish word for dildo.   About the artist Sara Kallioinen Lundgren (b. 1993) is an artist based in Gothenburg. She is currently studying the BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts) within ceramics at HDK in Gothenburg, but is working with her art from numerous materials and techniques. Her focus is most often at the surface of her artworks and the objects she is creating, meaning she’s working with the different structures of the materialities or applying a flat image or a pattern. The materials can range from ceramics to plaster and textile, The combination of two dimensional surfaces and three dimensional shapes is in constant focus. The experiments are balances between different materials, structures and surfaces.Read more

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Untitled V By Magda Lundberg

Editions: Original Size: 52×52 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 IV 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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Divine and dumb By Olle Halvars

Editions: 10 Size: 42 x 29,7 cm Technique: Linoleum print Editions: 10 Size: 42 x 29,7 cm Technique: Linoleum print Editions: 10 Size: 42 x 29,7 cm Technique: Linoleum print About the piece Divine and dumb. The hollow-eyed creature. Smell of white nail polish. The self appointed social entrepreneur. About the artist Olle Halvars (b. 1985) is a printmaking artist based in Stockholm, Sweden. He has a Bachelor’s degree of Arts in Education from University College of Arts, Crafts and Design and diplomas from Printmaking College in Stockholm and Östra Grevie in Malmö. In his work Halvars experiments with handmade and self-taught printmaking techniques to create a simple imagery.  It’s a mix of cutouts, broad brushstrokes and engravings. The themes have a tendency to always deal with a dark and dystopic take on society today mixed with personal thoughts and everyday issues. A sense that contains both humor and fear. Over the years Halvars has expanded into making sculptures, installations and murals often in collaboration with other artists. He is involved in different art collectives and shares a printmaking studio called Käse. His art has been continuously displayed in Stockholm, Copenhagen och Zagreb. Olle Halvars (b. 1985) is a printmaking artist based in Stockholm, Sweden. He has a Bachelor’s degree of Arts in Education from University College of Arts, Crafts and Design and diplomas from Printmaking College in Stockholm and Östra Grevie in Malmö. In his work Halvars experiments with handmade and self-taught printmaking techniques to create a simple imagery.  It’s a mix of cutouts, broad brushstrokes and engravings. The themes have a tendency to always deal with a dark and dystopic take on society today mixed with personal thoughts and everyday issues. A sense that contains both humor and fear. Over the years Halvars has expanded into making sculptures, installations and murals often in collaboration with other artists. He is involved in different art collectives and shares a printmaking studio called Käse. His art has been continuously displayed in Stockholm, Copenhagen och Zagreb. Olle Halvars (b. 1985) is a printmaking artist based in Stockholm, Sweden. He has a Bachelor’s degree of Arts in Education from University College of Arts, Crafts and Design and diplomas from Printmaking College in Stockholm and Östra Grevie in Malmö. In his work Halvars experiments with handmade and self-taught printmaking techniques to create a simple imagery.  It’s a mix of cutouts, broad brushstrokes and engravings. The themes have a tendency to always deal with a dark and dystopic take on society today mixed with personal thoughts and everyday issues. A sense that contains both humor and fear. Over the years Halvars has expanded into making sculptures, installations and murals often in collaboration with other artists. He is involved in different art collectives and shares a printmaking studio called Käse. His art has been continuously displayed in Stockholm, Copenhagen och Zagreb.  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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t_03 By Frida-My

Editions: 10 Size: 24×32,8 cm Technique: Photography About the piece t_03  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. 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. 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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Los Angeles, which is best known for being a dream factory, for its pleasant climate, and for its easy-going lifestyle, has become fertile ground for young artists in recent years. Now, a new generation is coming into its own, shaped both by Silicon Valley and an unaffected enthusiasm about the possibilities of painting. LA Dreams is curated by Melanie Lum and presents a snapshot of this dynamic art scene through the works of six outstanding artists.
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