Isa Andersson, born 1990 in Stockholm, has a bachelor’s degree in product design from Beckmans School of Design and a master’s degree in design from Konstfack. Isa is active as an artist and designer in a number of different projects, including Tensta Art Gallery, IKEA, Beckmans School of Design, Design Lab S, and Sven Harry’s […]


Jo Andersson was born in Walnut Creek, California in 1988. She began blowing glass at the age of 19 at The Ohio State University in Columbus, OH. Shortly after receiving her Bachelor of Fine Art with an emphasis in glass, Jo moved to Seattle, WA to work in the glass field professionally. In the spring […]


Painting is connecting; an illusion would never make a good painting. An illusion implies something that is pretending to be something else, which means that there are two things. But there should only be one thing, one painting. In a good painting there is no artist or viewer or painting, there is just a moment […]


 I come from a country where human rights are violated. In my country everything is politics, even art. In my country there is censorship for art outside the interests of government. My painting has always been a refuge, a space of freedom, an island within another island. My work is also an example of survival […]


Karl Dunér (b. 1963) is a Swedish artist and theatre director, with a recent solo exhibition entitled Islands (Öar) at Prins Eugen’s Waldemarsudde in Stockholm. Since Dunér’s first exhibition of mechanical sculptures in 1997, a large part of his work has revolved around Memory and the Art of Memory. Duner’s mechanical sculptures can, for example, be […]


“Simplicity and complexity, as every scientist knows, are but two sides of the same coin. That which appears to be uncomplicated can be, in fact, amazingly complex, and vice versa. Artists sometimes address this same duality. In our efforts to make the world a bit more comprehensible, we give form and substance to an often […]


Daniel Franzén (b. 1972) is a Swedish artist based in Stockholm. He studied at Konstfack between 1997-2002, where he is now a lecturer since 2018. Selected solo exhibitions include exhibitions at Candyland (2020), Härnösands Konsthall (2020), Wallery (2020), Ljusdal kommunhus (2019), Galleri LUX (2017), Konst-ig (2014) and Designgalleriet (2009). Selected group exhibitions include exhibitions at […]


Joanne Grüne-Yanoff is a contemporary artist known for poetic multimedia installations that examine the individual’s charged relationship with the outside world through a character she has developed, Cassandra. Cassandra is a grounded being, looking up at the sky, thinking about flight. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and museums in NYC, Berlin and Stockholm, among others, received residencies and grants in Portugal, Finland, Sweden and […]


I ett samhälle som blivit helt beroende av tillväxt har energibehovet hos den globala befolkningen ökat sex gånger de senaste 50 åren. Statistiken talar sitt tydliga språk och vi väljer själva huruvida den skall påverka vår livsstil eller inte. For the Want of More fokuserar på västvärldens besatthet av konsumtion: I serien Holy Grail porträtteras […]


Siiri Jüris’ latest work revolves around Estonian folklore, incorporating folk tales, games, and beliefs. She merges these traditional elements with personal memories and interpretations in her paintings, using zoomed-in game and action snippets to create mystical environments of saturated colors. Within these environments, the abstract, classical, and digital visual language unites to form a collage-like […]


Born in Stockholm 1990, Cecilia is known for her large-scale paintings of fleshy human bodies appropriating nude images from the media. Klementsson has just earned a Master in Painting at the Royal College of Art in London 2022. after receiving a Bachelor of Fine Art at Curtin University in Perth, Australia in 2015. Klementsson has […]


Jordana Loeb (b. 1987) is an American artist residing and working in Stockholm since 2012. She holds a BFA with a focus on printmaking from Syracuse University, College of Visual and Performing Arts in New York. Loeb has also studied stone carving at Kungliga Konsthögskolan and is currently studying sound in Interaction /sound architecture and […]


Anna Ting Möller is a Chinese/Swedish artist, born in Hunan, China in 1991. She is currently enrolled in the MFA program at Columbia University, New York. 


Hannah works with time and perception, using the periphery as a tool to get closer to the edge of the limitations of that perception. Nyberg is not interested in what she already knows, all the answers that seem so obvious. Searching among knowledge, research and evidence, she strives to learn as much as she can […]


Artist, activist and singer Alannah Robins has a dynamic and active artistic practice, based in Ireland and Sweden. A graduate of the National College of Art and Design, Dublin, she was a founder member of the Atlantic Artists’ Association which ran a collective studio and gallery space in Clifden for nine years. Alannah has won several […]


  Mireia Rocher is a storyteller. Her background in linguistics has definitely influenced her visual artistic practice. Through text‐based works, collage, sculpture and installation Mireia develops personal stories from ordinary life. She is interested in the impediments that prevent a total approach to language, emotions or senses. Rocher chooses simple, everyday materials to address themes […]


Noises from the Silent Land.My father was a biology teacher. When I was a child, in Girona, he sometimes took me to his laboratory at the school, letting me look through the microscopes and allowing me to feed the snakes and lizards in the terrariums. This founded my strong fascination for biology and the origins […]


Mani Vertigo is a multidisciplinary artist working primarily with paintings, sculptures and videos. Russian-born, Stockholm-based, Mani creates visceral, rough paintings featuring forms or silhouettes of faces and bodies and building abstraction around them. She strives to create an honest and evocative dialog with the viewer’s deepest and most vulnerable self, focusing on subconscious associations, primal […]


Eric Wall’s paintings explore the materiality of the canvas and challenge our expectations of what a painting is expected to be. His paintings are meticulously hand-cut using a hobby knife. A single painting is often stretched, painted, unstretched, hand-cut, painted, restretched, and painted again. They reach a state of resolution through this repetitive process of […]