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Filter through By Victor Bergstedt

Editions: 25 Size: 50×70 cm Technique: Photography   About the piece Filter through means a lot to Victor Bergstedt because of it wasn’t so easy to find. Bergstedt and his friend had seen pictures of the tunnel several times but all the people refused to say where it was located since they wanted to keep it a secret. They found a picture where what you saw was right outside the tunnel, a sandy beach with palm trees. They sat down and looked for beaches around Hong Kong, and finally after several hours of searching the Internet they were almost sure where it was. It took Bergstedt and his friend two hours by train and bus to get out there. They went by bus into the jungle, next to a prison. After fifteen minutes of walking they found the tunnel they had been looking for. Bergstedt don’t think there’s a better feeling when you’ve spent time and energy on something and finally succeed. The image symbolizes “the road to the light” – that it takes time for things to grow and for you to succeed. The water symbolizes the way to the goal, that they reached it, finally. About the artist Victor Bergstedt (b. 1995) is a Stockholm based photographer. He is interested in capturing places that not many people visit and how powerful things can happen in these depopulated places. In his photographs he uses a sensitive technique to capture the details of the movement of the smoke. He is inspired by how a small components can become a powerful feeling.Read more

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Treasures 2 By Anny Wang

Editions : 20 100×70 cmHigh Quality Offset Print Size: : 20 100×70 cmHigh Quality Offset Print Technique:  : 20 100×70 cmHigh Quality Offset Print About the piece The series manifest an ongoing research into materials and objects. The hyper-real still lifes shows the values of diverse appearances and as well as balance and control. They explore the relations between beloved matters and the phenomena of collecting precious things. A ritual that can be based from obsessions, memories or the goal to create a complete collection. Treasures The series manifest an ongoing research into materials and objects. The hyper-real still lifes shows the values of diverse appearances and as well as balance and control. They explore the relations between beloved matters and the phenomena of collecting precious things. A ritual that can be based from obsessions, memories or the goal to create a complete collection. About the artist Anny Wang (b. 1990) is a Swedish artist based in Copenhagen, Denmark with a focus on digital/physical explorations, design and production. She strives to create mind tickling and unexpected experiences through materiality and technology. With a background in spatial and furniture design Wang combines, collects and explores physical elements in a digital environment. In the year 2016 Wang joined forces with Tim Söderström and together they founded Wang & Söderström. The multidisciplinary studio operate within visual communication and digital/physical fabrication as an important part of developing and stretching the boundaries within other fields such as spatial design, art and crafts. Utilising new technologies to shape tomorrow’s visual and spatial experiences.Read more

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Hannah Höch in winter By Amit Naamani

Editions : 624,6×18,3 cmPrint Size: : 624,6×18,3 cmPrint Technique:  : 624,6×18,3 cmPrint About the piece Hanna Höch in winter is a collection of extracts from pages in a sketch book that Naamani made during the winter of 2015-2016; those days were very sad, hard and special for Naamani, struggling with a relationship he had in a foreign country. During that period he created a lot of art and these collages are some of his favorite pages from that time. For Naamani, it is at the same time amazing and sad to look back on them and see the inner turmoil he was in at that time. It is a good thing that time passes and life moves on letting you forget and remember bad times. 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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There is always something under the soil By Johan Barrett

Editions: 10 Size: 50×70 cm Technique: Fine Art Print About the piece There is always something under the soil  is a print of a piece of work that is part of Johan Barrett’s ongoing story . Johan later made a painting of this oil pastel drawing, that Liljevalchs Museum chose among to be exhibited at Liljevalchs Vårsalong 2017. The resort was beautiful but we argued all the time  is a print of a piece of work that is part of Johan Barrett’s ongoing story . Johan later made a painting of this oil pastel drawing, that Liljevalchs Museum chose among to be exhibited at Liljevalchs Vårsalong 2017. About the artist Johan Barrett (b. 1983) grew up in both Pennsylvania (USA) and Sweden. Stockholm has been his home since 2008, where he works as a graphic designer and artist. He took his Bachelor degree in Visual Communications at Beckmans College of Design 2011. Barrett is particularly interested in contrasts and points of tension. Some of his pieces are like dark fairy tales of our present world, but always with a childlike sense of hope and comfort. Others are embellished dreams of idyllic places but always with an underlying threat or sense of friction. His works look to capture a feeling that, while it is a wonderful place of amazement, something is sick in this world. Holiday pictures on Instagram and the classic children’s books he reads to his little ones is his greatest inspiration right now. Colourful, imaginative, with a mixture of concrete and abstract motifs characterise his works. Recognition and mystery, childish and adult.    Read more

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Black Swan By Julia Norlander

Editions: 25 Size: 70×50 cm Technique:  Print     About the piece Mothermilk  is a search for a visual interpretation of an emotional experience,a feeling that lives in our subconscious that surfaces in our dreams. Through utilized capturing and processing techniques Norlander is recreating the abstract pictures from her memory, trying to give a uniqueness to her images, as a dream or an illusion is unique. These particular images are pieces of a series about a place / a state where the familiar meets the unknown, where light and dark- ness is an equal measure and a meeting point of the past and the present. Norlander reaches a little deeper and a little closer to what is below the conscious surface. She believes that we all conceal truths in our subconscious, truths that are only revealed when we dream or fantasize and truths of one part of us that is unex- plored and secret. About the artist Julia Norlander (b. 1984) graduated with a BA in photography from The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne in 2010. In her photography she recreates the emotional states that she experiences through focusing on shape, pattern and color. By trying to recreate the feeling or condition, she reaches both deeper and closer to what is below the conscious surface. She believes that we all conceal truths in our subconscious – truths that are unexplored or secret and are only revealed when we dream or fantasize.Read more

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Mary’s Morning Routine By Cherry Cobra

Editions : 10 Size:   50×70 cm Technique: Print About the piece The piece is part of a series that consist of stills from the music video that Cherry Cobra made for the electro-pop duo Superwalkers and their single ”Lost as I am”. The story of the video is about Hotel Pandora, a hotel set in Miami during the 1980’s, famed for accomodating avant-garde artists, celebrities, yuppies, bohemians and every eccentric in between. Unfortunately, Hotel Pandora was abandoned in the early 90’s during mysterious circumstances, and the building was barred for the public. Much has been said about what really went on behind the walls of Hotel Pandora, but few know the actual truth. Pandora is simply an urban legend – or is it…? Mary’s Morning Routine  The piece is part of a series that consist of stills from the music video that Cherry Cobra made for the electro-pop duo Superwalkers and their single ”Lost as I am”. The story of the video is about Hotel Pandora, a hotel set in Miami during the 1980’s, famed for accomodating avant-garde artists, celebrities, yuppies, bohemians and every eccentric in between. Unfortunately, Hotel Pandora was abandoned in the early 90’s during mysterious circumstances, and the building was barred for the public. Much has been said about what really went on behind the walls of Hotel Pandora, but few know the actual truth. Pandora is simply an urban legend – or is it…? About the artist Cherry Cobra Films is a director duo consisting of directors Johanna Nyberg and Nathalie Hallman working with commercial film, music videos and art film. Cherry Cobra is represented by production company Camp David. Cherry Cobra creates stories based on their love for cinema, wacky characters, retro- nostalgia and bad-ass women. As a female duo with new and fresh perspectives, they strive to make a 180° in Swedish film making.Read more

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Attic find sold for millions!
A porcelain vase found tucked away in an attic sold for 16 million euros on Tuesday morning at Sotheby’s auction house. The Chinese Famille Rose vase is one of two known vases of this particular kind.
Ferrari, leader of the pack
Or how the little black horse sprouted its wings… Inseparable from automobile racetracks and sports prototypes, the Ferrari legend took root from a discord dating back to 1939.
Warhol, the Pope of Pop still on top
It’s an understatement to say that Andy Warhol’s works sparked controversy. In the same way that Duchamp’s urinal and other Dada or surrealist installations, presented as artworks, provoked some to cry foul while others applauded the arrival of contemporary art, Warhol divided the public.
Charlotte Perriand and the two Jeannerets steal the show at Aguttes
The famous trio of architects, Charlotte Perriand, Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret hold a special place in the hearts of design lovers all around the world. Lucky for them, the trio will be honored at Aguttes on May 7th with exceptional lots at the “Design” auction.
LA Dreams - Six Los Angeles artists exhibits at CFHILL gallery in Stockholm. Barnebys talks with curator Melanie Lum.
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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