June 8 – September 1, 2019
Scandinavia’s largest biennial for contemporary art will once again take over the city centre of Örebro. During 12 summer weeks works of art invade the city’s streets, squares, parks and waterways, taking over cultural scenes, shopping centres, building facades and Örebro Castle.
The exhibition includes both established and up-and-coming artists from around the world.
In Norrcity/Boulebar you will find Charlotte Gyllenhammar’s monumental sculpture Giant.
Time: June 6, 2019, at 4:30 PM–6:30 PM
Place: Dansk Arkitektur Center – DAC: Bryghuspladsen 10, 1473 Copenhagen, Denmark.
Organizer: Møllegades Boghandel
28 Nordic artists present their thoughts and experiences concerning public space through pictures, tales, short stories, essays, poems, and statements.
The book contains contributions from following artists:
Olafur Eliasson | Mamma Andersson | Tal R | Merethe Lindstrøm | Carl-Henning Wijkmark | SUPERFLEX feat. Toke Lykkeberg | Ragnar Kjartansson | Juhani Pallasmaa | Madame Nielsen | Frode Grytten | Sjón | Dorte Mandrup | Kjersti Annesdatter Skomsvold | Martin Bigum | Steinunn Thórarinsdóttir | Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen | Johan Dehlin | Dark Matters | Charlotte Gyllenhammar | Ólöf Nordal | Edith Lundebrekke | Kjetil Trædal Thorsen | Kaarina Kaikkonen | Shwan Dler Qaradaki | Dominique Hauderowicz & Kristian Ly Serena | Meriç Algün og Rúrí
The editors are Tora Frogner, Vincent F. Hendricks, Frederik Stjernfelt, and Joachim S. Wiewiura.
After the reception, an exhibition will be presented in collaboration with DAC.
May 26 – October 6, 2019
In collaboration with Wanås Konst sculpture park, Knislinge Sweden
Bad Homburg – Bad Vilbel – Eschborn – Frankfurt – Eberbach Abbey – Kronberg
Hanneke Beaumont | Claudia Comte | Jacob Dahlgren | My Ekman | Elmgreen & Dragset | William Forsythe | Charlotte Gyllenhammar | Jeppe Hein | Satch Hoyt | Sofia Hultén | Leiko Ikemura | Kaarina Kaikkonen | Per Kirkeby | Ruud Kuijer | Alicja Kwade | Arik Levy | Katarina Löfström | Ohad Meromi | Nandipha Mntambo | Sirous Namazi | Yoko Ono | A.R. Penck | Leunora Salihu | Sean Scully | Anne Thulin | James Webb | Winter/Hoerbelt | Fredrik Wretman | David Zink Yi
On display in the showroom:
the sculptures Night, Descend & Night, Ascend
OPENING ON THURSDAY, MAY 16, 2019, AT 5–7 PM
Galerie Forsblom • Tue–Fri 11 AM–6 PM, Sat–Sun Noon–4 PM
Karlavägen 9 • 114 24 Stockholm
The catalogue NATT / NIGHT is now available for purchase at following four bookshops in Stockholm, Sweden:
Konst-ig, Åsögatan 124
Söderbokhandeln Hansson & Bruce, Götgatan 37
Hedengrens Bokhandel, Stureplan 4, Sturegallerian
Rönnells Antikvariat, Birger Jarlsgatan 32
NATT / NIGHT was published in 2016, in connection with Charlotte Gyllenhammar’s retrospective exhibition with the same title at Fotografiska, Stockholm’s largest venue for contemporary photography.
This summer and autumn, Artipelag expands its artistic offering.The main exhibition, Bloomsbury Spirit, which is currently on show inside the art gallery, is now complemented by an outdoor exhibition called Detour. Here, the forests, meadows and water provide a natural backdrop for the sculptures.
Contributing artists in 2018 are Idun Baltzersen, Joel Fisher, Charlotte Gyllenhammar, Per Kirkeby, Klara Kristalova, Maria Miesenberger, Lars Nilsson, Jaume Plensa, Tal R, Eva Schlegel, Ulrika Sparre and Kennet Williamsson.
Teckning & gouache
25 AUGUSTI – 16 SEPTEMBER
Galleri Hammarén • tis–tors 12–17, fre–sön 12–16
Erik Dahlbergsgatan 14 • 411 26 Göteborg
Lund University’s new jubilee sculpture, created by Charlotte Gyllenhammar, was unveiled on Saturday 21 October 2017, as part of the University's 350th anniversary celebrations.
->Lund University article
bronze 2.60 m high
May 19 - September 3 2017
Comprising some 30 photographers, this group exhibition with the horse as its common denominator reflects our relationship with this powerful, spiritual, beautiful and hard-working animal. Aiming to widen the representation of the horse and its various contexts and cultures, the exhibition curator, Sophie Mörner, in collaboration with Fotografiska, has brought together some 100 works in order to highlight issues of the contemporary role of the horse, all in a multi-dimensional presentation in which photographers, queer theoreticians and horse nerds will all find something of interest.
curator Sophie Mörner