NEWS


2022-09-08

Upcoming exhibitions:::

The Corona Collection at Skissernas museum, Lund, Sweden, 13 October 2022 - 15 January 2023.

B-SIDE at BLINDSIDE, Melbourne, Australia, 20-28 October 2022.

Shark Fin Blues, solo-exhibition at Artwrk Factory, Västerås, Sweden, 5-13 November 2022.


2022-08-03

Upcoming group-exhibition ArtFairLustarnasTrädgård, curated by ArtMobile at Västerås Konsthall.
The dates are 6-20 August 2022.


2022-05-26

Upcoming: two exhibitions of Coronasamlingen (The Corona Collection), that Statens konstråd
(Public Art Agency Sweden) put together last year.

First off Havremagasinet, Boden, Sweden, 4 June - 11 September 2022. Then Skissernas museum, Lund,
Sweden, 13 October 2022 - 15 January 2023.

A publication will be released in conjunction to the shows.


2022-03-15

Upcoming solo-exhibition They Made a Meme Out of My Legacy
at BLINDSIDE in Melbourne, Australia, 16 March - 2 April 2022.

Opening reception on Thursday, March 17, 18:00-20:00.


2021-11-22


I will participate with four works in Vintersalongen at Katrineholms Konsthall.
The dates are 18 December 2021 - 29 January 2022.


2021-11-06

Article about L-O-C-A-L-I-S-M, the exhibition that I curated, published in Vestmanlands Läns Tidning 2021-11-05.
READ HERE (Swedish only, PDF-version).


2021-10-12

I'm participating in B-SIDE at BLINDSIDE in Melbourne, Australia, 21-28 October 2021.





I'm also curating (+ participating in) an exhibition entitled L-O-C-A-L-I-S-M. It will take place in Punkt in Västerås,
and will feature 8 artists/artist-groups, all whom have a local connection. The dates are 5-14 November 2021.
Link to Facebook event.





2021-09-05

Statens konstråd (Public Art Agency Sweden) has written a text about me and the artworks they recently bought.
Read it HERE (Swedish only).


2021-08-27

I am pleased to announce that I will receive Region Västmanland's culture-grant 2021.

Excerpt from an article in VLT (Vestmanlands Läns Tidning):



Read full article HERE (in Swedish).












Solo-exhibition at BLINDSIDE, Melbourne, Australia, March-April 2022.
Documentation by Nick James Archer.