Mamma Andersson features in the group exhibition 'Heat/ Energy' at Kummelholmen, Stockholm, Sweden
25 April 2020
Mamma Andersson is included in the group exhibition Heat/ Energy at Kummelholmen on the outskirts of Stockholm, Sweden between 25 April-24 May 2020. Inspired by the Kummelholmen's former function as a district heating centre, the exhibition explores the interconnections between art, culture, society and ecology. The show continues at Körsbärsgården, Gotland between 6 June-27 September 2020.
Mamma Andersson in 'Signature Women' at Artipelag, Gustavsburg, Sweden
8 March 2020On International Women's Day, Sunday March 8th, the group exhibition Signature Women - 100 Years on the Swedish Art Scene opens at Artipelag, Gustavsburg. The exhibition brings together 350 works across a wide range of media by fifty Swedish woman artists active from the twentieth century to the present day. The show will explore how the work of each of these women interacts with the prevailing social climate at the time when they were most productive.
Mamma Andersson to take part in a cultural exchange in Mumbai hosted by Consul General of Sweden, Ulrika Sundburg.
4 June 2019‘Swedish Style Mumbai!' is a project that brings together creative industries from India and Sweden for a vibrant cultural exchange. Among those from the Swedish fashion, design, architecture, photography, fine arts, film, technology, gastronomy and music industries, who will participate in the exchange are Michelin Star chef Marco Baudone, contemporary artists Mamma Andersson, Idun Baltzersen, Anna Camner and Rolf Hansson and stylist and designer Selam Fessahaye. Among the Indian participants are award-winning architect Bijoy Jain and fashion curator Gautam Vazirani.
Mamma Andersson features in a group exhibition of Nordic Art at Scandinavia House, New York, USA
23 February 2019‘Nordic Impressions: Contemporary Art from Åland, Denmark, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden' reflects the rich diversity and global character of Nordic art. Displaying artworks in a wide variety of media, the exhibition is united by the historic threads that unite Nordic art and culture.
Mamma Andersson at the Contemporary Arts Centre, Cincinnati, USA
5 October 2018'Mamma Andersson: Memory Banks' explores the artist's use of appropriated imagery and collage. Importing images of books and stray photographs, Andersson charges her paintings with an uncanny sense of familiarity whilst indulging the fantastical and eerily suggestive.
Mamma Andersson Nominated for The Daniel and Florence Guerlain Drawing Prize
22 March 2018Mamma Andersson has been nominated for the 11th Daniel and Florence Guerlain Drawing Prize. The Drawing Prize has showcased over thirty artists since its creation and this year pays tribute to three artists living in Europe.
Mamma Andersson in 'Collected Works! 30 Years with Maria Bonnier Dahlin Foundation', Bonniers Konsthall, Sweden
22 May 2016Mamma Andersson is included in 'Collected Works! 30 Years', a look back at the Maria Bonnier Dahlin Foundation since its conception in 1986. Over the past 30 years, the Maria Bonnier Dahlin Foundation has supported young artists. This group exhibition, featuring art from all 79 grant recipients, will offer a unique overview of Swedish art history.
Mamma Andersson in 'Impressions: Five Centuries of Woodcuts' at the National Gallery, Oslo, Norway
6 November 2015Mamma Andersson is included in an exhibition at The National Gallery Oslo which surveys the history of woodcuts. With varying degrees of popularity, the age-old woodcut technique has been in use since the sixteenth century, and there seems recently to be a renewed interest in this art form. Titled ‘Impressions: Five Centuries of Woodcuts' the exhibition studies the connection between today's digitized...
Mamma Andersson in solo exhibition, 'Tick Tock' at Konsthallen, Kulturens Hus, Sweden
4 May 2013Gallery artist Mamma Andersson returns to her childhood hometown, Luleå, for a solo exhibition. The exhibition will showcase a personal selection of paintings and graphic works from recent years, some never before seen in public in Sweden.
Mamma Andersson in, 'In Case We Don't Die' at Torrance Art Museum', California, USA
30 March 2013Gallery artist Mamma Andersson is to feature in the upcoming group exhibition 'In Case We Don't Die' at The Torrance Art Museum in California.
Mamma Andersson in 'Nightfall' at Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague
29 March 2013Mamma Andersson is to feature in the group exhibition 'Nightfall' at Galerie Rudolfinum in Prague.
Mamma Andersson in 'The Inevitable Figuration' at Centro per l'arte contemporanea Luigi Pecci, Prato, Italy
24 March 2013Mamma Andersson features in the group exhibition 'The Inevitable Figuration: A Scene of Painting Today' at The Luigi Pecci Center for Contemporary Art in Prato, on the threshold of its twenty-fifth anniversary.
Mamma Andersson curates 'Stargazer' at Sven-Harrys Art Museum, Stockholm, Sweden
26 January 2013Mamma Andersson has curated 'Stargazer', the current exhibition at Sven-Harrys Art Museum in Stockholm.
Mamma Andersson in '150 Years of Swedish Art' at the Hillstrom Museum, Stockholm, Sweden
10 September 2012'150 Years of Swedish Art: Highlights from the Swedish National Collections in Stockholm (Moderna Museet and Nationalmuseum)' will be on view at the Hillstrom Museum of Art at Gustavus Adolphus College from Monday 10 September to Sunday 2 December. There will be a reception during the College's Nobel Conference, on Tuesday 2 October from 6 to 8pm. The exhibition and reception are free and open to the public.
Mamma Andersson at Museum Haus Esters, Krefeld, Germany
23 October 2011Mamma Andersson is one of Scandinavia's foremost contemporary artists. She notched up her first international success in 2003 when she was invited to appear at the Nordic Pavilion for the Venice Biennale. In 2007 the Moderna Museet, Stockholm, organised her first retrospective, which subsequently was shown in Helsinki and London.
Mamma Andersson at Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, Colorado, USA
10 December 2010Swedish painter Mamma Andersson works between domestic interiors and the Nordic landscape, often layering imagery to create subtly haunting, dreamlike atmospheres. Drawing from a variety of sources-from the narrative suggestions of filmic imagery to the physical space of theatrical sets-Andersson employs disjointed perspectives and mismatched spatial relationships to create a sense of the otherworldly.