CURRENT. Opened Saturday, January 16. The exhibition continues until Sunday, February 14 and will be a part of Stockholm Design Week. Prelude is the first of two solo exhibitions with Johnathan at Galleri Duerr this year. Prelude is a smaller exhibition meant to serve as an introduction for the larger exhibition to be held in September. Both exhibitions are a bit of a retrospective, covering the styles the artist has worked in over the past 20 years in Sweden, and including a few older works dating as far back as the early ’90s as well. The work is quite varied, and more specific information on the various approaches is available at the gallery. “Fred i entropy” is the most recent work in this show, reflecting the style Johnathan is currently working in. And a couple of Black Rainbows are also presented, the majority of which will be exhibited in September. Enjoy!
Thursday, 11–8 pm
Friday, 11–6 pm
Saturday, 12–4 pm
The artist will be present on Thursdays and Saturdays throughout the exhibition.
The exhibition continues until Sunday, February 14 and will be a part of Stockholm Design Week 2021.
See available work HERE.
About the Artist. Johnathan Daily is an American-Swedish artist who lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden. He attended the Minneapolis College of Art and Design where he received his BFA in Fine Arts in 1999. Prior to that he studied at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design and the University of Wisconsin.
He has had numerous solo and group exhibitions in Europe and the United States, among them Hallsbergs Konsthall, Galleri Jonas Kleerup, Liljevalchs Vårsalong, Örebro Open Art, Galleri Duerr and Dramaten and Elverket for UNESCO.
Please Note. Galleri Duerr follows the Public Health Agency’s recommendations regarding Covid-19. We remain open during our regular opening hours, admitting a limited number of visitors so that current regulations can be maintained. Keep your distance from other visitors during your visit and stay home if you have any symptoms. The gallery is over 370 sqm so there is plenty of space.