In a curated selection of the Stone Foundation's twenty-five-years of cultural scholars, group exhibition ‘Towards another world. 25 years of Swedish contemporary art - Sten A Olsson's Cultural Scholarship’ showcases a dynamic and multifaceted period of Swedish art history. This retrospective features both older and newly produced works, including paintings, sculptures, textiles, film, photography and site-specific installations.
'To Build a Collection' gives insight into an art collection that reflects a wealth of voices, perspectives and stories made manifest in contemporary art, with a particular emphasis on artistic practices linked to the region. The exhibition presents a selection of artworks that have been added to the museum’s holdings in the previous four years. This includes several works recently selected for the museum’s collection as a result of generous support from the Norwegian Ministry of Culture following the Covid-19 pandemic.
‘Drawing Out’ explores the concept of drawing in its broadest sense, involving artists working in a variety of new and hybrid processes using varied media including pencil, ink and watercolour on paper, collage, thread, wax, spiders’ webs and film.
De 11 Lijnen presents a solo exhibition of watercolours, drawings and hand-woven textiles by Swedish artist Andreas Eriksson. Eriksson has described his tapestries as ‘existential landscapes’, an extension of painting in which the picture migrates to the linen itself.
We are delighted to invite you to join Stephen Friedman and owner of Modernity Andrew Duncanson for an online conversation about their collaboration, ‘Stephen Friedman Gallery at The London House of Modernity'.
'Psychotropics' is a group exhibition at New Art Centre in Wiltshire, England curated by Iwona Blazwick, Director of the Whitechapel Gallery, curator, writer and broadcaster. The exhibition brings together contemporary artists who use innovative forms of abstraction to bridge ideas of nature and culture.
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