Charlotte Gyllenhammar
 

&child

2016

Bronze, Fountain
3m 

&child is a continuation of the bronze fountain Mother located in Malmö.

 

Mother

2014

Bronze, Fountain
10 x 5 x 4 meter

Hyllie, Sweden

 

Night

2014

Night III

C-print
153 x 89 cm (164 x 100 cm)
Edition of 3

 

HUMAN LOAD

2014

Human Load II

C-print
174 x 150 cm (190 x 165 cm)
Edition of 5

 

Night, Descend

2014

Acrystal, pigment
120 x 110 x 240 cm

 

Night, Ascend

2014

Acrystal, pigment
120 x 110 x 120 cm

 

Container, In Waiting, Reversed

May 23, 2013, Carl Eldhs Ateljémuseum, Sweden
Carl Eldh Ateljémuseum opens to the public again in late May 2013 after having been closed for six years. This year the museum also turnes 50, which among other things will be celebrated with the opening of a new room for temporary exhibitions in the museum building at the back. First up is Charlotte Gyllenhammar, who will use parts of the Eldh studio. Gyllenhammar focuses on the studio as a place of work and will highlight the many processes that have been going on there. Central to her exhibition is a work that both literally and figuratively set our notions of sculpture upside down.

 

The Smallest of Us

2009

110 x 60 x 40cm
(shelf) 120 x 50 cm
Edition of 3 in bronze
Edition of 3 in epoxy

 

Double Blind

2009
Unfired clay, mixed media
160 x 130 x 45cm
Edition of 2 in bronze

 

She is not here

2009

HD projection, 5 minute loop
Cinematographer: PA Svensson
Edition of 3

 

The Pilgrim

Linköping Cathedral - 0n October 18th, 2009 an installation by Charlotte Gyllenhammar was inaugurated. Built in 1520, Linköping Cathedral is one of Sweden's most extravagant church buildings of the Middle Ages.

 

Raoul Wallenberg Monument

2007

Commissioned by the city of Gothenburg, Sweden. The monument is a photo based work in bronze and graphic concrete. Height 2.5m

 

Traum

2007

New Art Centre at Roche Court, Wiltshire, U.K. A monumental sculpture in concrete with a gold balloon in the interior. Height 4m

 

Hang

2006

24P HDCAM transferred to DVD

Cinematographer: P.A. Svensson

Hang (Still Images) I - IV Silver gelatin print - Silicon mounted on glass (approximate size) 120 x 135cm

Hang (Still Images) V - VIII       C- print, Silicon mounted on glass (approximate size) 120 x 140cm

 

Beholder

2006

White glazed chamotte (ceramic) and fabric. Height 90cm

Photos: Stefan Bohlin 

 

Vinter, boy Vinter, girl

2004

keramik och tyg

 

Nachsagen, Ich und Meinhof

2004

24P HDCAM transferred to DVD, two wide screen projectors,
back projection screen
8.7 x 2.7 m
edition of 3

Cinematographer: P.A. Svensson

Installation photos: Tord Lund

Nachsagen, Ich und Meinhof (still images) C-print, silicon, glass, 1.37 x 1.10m
edition of 5

 

Blindbock

2004

24P HDCAM transferred to DVD,
projector, polyester, wood, 1.3 x 0.4 x 0.65m
edition of 2 and 1 artist proof

Cinematographer: P.A. Svensson

Installation photos: Stefan Bohlin

Courtesy of Jeanette Bonnier, Stockholm, Sweden & Dunkers Kulturhus, Helsingborg, Sweden & Kiasma, Helsingfors, Finland

 

Daycare

2004

Polyester, foam, plastic, blanket
4 x 4 m

Installation photos: Stefan Bohlin

 

Ohne Titel

2004

2 inch video transferred to DVD,
projector, unfired clay

Installation photos: Tord Lund

 

Turn

2004 

Burnt sand, gilded silver, 2 x 2 x 2m, (detail 0.15 x 0.07 x 0.07m)

Installation photos: Tord Lund & Stefan Bohlin

 

Vulnerability Analysis

2004

Reconstruction of explosion at The Swedish Military Agency, FOI
Mixed media, dimensions variable.

Courtesy of Kulturhuset, Stockholm, Sweden

Installation photos: Tord Lund

 

Out

2004

Bronze
0.95 x 0.42 x 0.25m
edition of 5

Installation photos: Johan Pettersson 

 

The Spectators

2003

16mm film with sound transferred to DVD, back projection screen 4 x 3 m, unfired clay, projector

Courtesy of the Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden

Installation photos: Per-Arne Allsten

 

 

The Spectator

2003

White glazed chamotte, cotton fabric, press cutting
Courtesy of Magasin 3 Stockholm Art Space, Sweden

Installation photo: Stefan Bohlin

 

Obstacles and Disguises

16mm film with sound transferred to DVD, Two projectors, unfired clay, mattress, wall bars

Installation photos: Stefan Bohlin

Obstacles and Disguises (Still Images) 1 - 4
C-print, silicone, plexi, 0.4 x 0.5m
edition of 7

 

Knäveck

2003

Polyester, fabric, gold, wood, mattress, figure 90cm, edition of 2
Courtesy of Jan Widlund, Stockholm, and The Stockholm Art Council, Sweden

Installation photos: Stefan Bohlin

 

Vertigo

2002

Permanent installation at the Wånas Foundation
Replica of artist’s own studio, inversed concrete, steel, glass, etc. 11 x 4.5 x 3.5 x 2.5 m

Installation photos: Anders Norsell

 

Absorbed

2001

Permanent installation at Stockholm University, Sweden
Concrete, steel, 1.90 x 3.75 x 0.45
Courtesy of Stockholm University, Sweden

Installation photos: Max Plunger

 

Boy, Girl

1999

Glazed chamotte, linen, silver, yellow sapphires, height 0.77 m
Courtesy of Magasin 3, Stockholm Art Space, Sweden

Installation photos: Stefan Bohlin

 

Fall

1999

Fall installation BETA SP video with sound transferred to DVD, two projectors, two mirrors, two screens, 2.05 x 2.73 m
and 2.55 x 1.36m
edition of 3
Courtesy of – The National Museum of Women in Arts, Washington D.C.

Cinematographer: Tomas Boman 

Installation photos: Stefan Bohlin

Fall I, II, III (still images)
Cibachrome, laminate, aluminum
0.96 x 1.00m
edition of 5

 

Belle

1998

35 mm film, loop, screen 1 x 1m, mirror, table, 1.03 x 0.49m (linen, plaster, steel, wood) projector

Belle (still image)
cibachrome, laminate, aluminum
0.38 x 0.49 m
edition of 10

 

Disobedience

1997

35 mm transferred to 16 mm film, loop, screen 0.96 x 0.70 x m, projector, mirror, table (linen, silver, plaster, garnets, tools, etc.)

Installation photos: Stefan Bohlin

Disobedience 1997/2002
(Still image) C-print, laminate, aluminum 0.80 x 1.14m
edition of 5

 

 

The Unlikeness II

1996

35mm transferred to 16mm film, loop, two screens, 1.5 x 2m, two mirrors, two projectors

Cinematographer: Tomas Boman 

Installation photos: Peter Öhlander

 

Crossroads

1995

35mm transferred to 16mm film, loop, screen, 1.5x2m, mirror, projector
edition of 3
Courtesy of Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden

Cinematographer: Tomas Boman 

Installations photos: Stefan Bohlin

Crossroads (Still Images)
C-print, laminate, aluminum
1.4 x 2m
edition of 5

 

Self-Portrait

1994

Man, desk, chair, lamp, drawing, tools, three mirrors, pile of paper, 500 kilos of clay, five pieces of gold jewelry

Installation photos: Stefan Bohlin

 

Haunted

1993

A replica of the artist’s own studio
within the studio of Carl Milles (1875-1955)
mixed media

Installation photos: Stefan Bohlin

 

Nursery

1993

Unfired clay, children’s clothes, table, chair, drawing pad,
watercolours, etc. 5m in diameter

Installation photos: Johanna Rylander

 

Die for You

Die for You (1993)
Oak tree; 120 years old, 12m tall,
10m wide, 1.6 tons
Installation at Sergels torg, Stockholm, Sweden

Installation photos: Stefan Bohlin

Die for You, Day (1993/2001)
C-print, laminate, aluminum
1.4 x 1.4 m

edition of 5

Die for You, Night (1993/2001)
C-print, laminate, aluminum
1.4 x 1.4 m
edition of 5

THE MAKING OF DIE FOR YOU >

 

Dead Darlings

1992

Burnt sand, paper, 2.5 x 1.5m

Courtesy of Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden

Installation photos: Tord Lund

 

Bursting

1991

Six negative reliefs of plaster 1.05x2.40x0.16m, clothes, suitcase, purse etc. burst by an explosion at the Swedish Defense Agency, FOI
Courtesy of Göteborgs Posten, Gothenburg, Sweden

Installation photos: Roger Andersson