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HERE/NOW: A PHYSICAL ENCOUNTER IN TIME AND SPACE

TIME: 17 October 2014 – 6 January 2015

VENUE: Artipelag Art Gallery, Värmdö

ARTISTS: Mamma Andersson, Anastasia Ax, Carolina Falkholt, Jens Fänge, Clay Ketter, John Kørner, Nina Roos, Ulrik Samuelson, Astrid Sylwan and Sophie Tottie.

CURATORS: Bo Nilsson, Director, Jessica Höglund, Curator and Frida Andersson, Curator, Artipelag.

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION: Barnett Newman’s expression “here and now” from his essay The Sublime is Now (1948) has been employed in a number of contexts in order to accentuate a sense of presence in the experience of art. For the exhibition at Artipelag, ten artists have been invited to create site-specific artworks in relation to the architecture of the exhibition space. It is in the spatial encounter between artwork and viewer that a dialogue arises, which Barnett Newman compared to a conversation between two persons.

CATALOGUE: In accordance with the exhibition’s site-specific character, the catalogue will be published during the course of the exhibition when the works have been photographed on site.

DIGITAL MATERIAL: In conjunction with the exhibition, the participating artists will be presented in brief video portraits.

PRESS PREVIEW: Welcome to the press preview on Thursday 16 October, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm.

The artists will be present and a light lunch will be served.

TRANSPORTATION: A free Artipelag bus leaves Vasagatan outside the Central Station at 10:30 am for Artipelag.

From Artipelag: 1:30 pm back to Vasagatan.

By car from Stockholm: The drive from central Stockholm takes approx. 20 minutes. Take road 222 towards Gustavsberg and follow the signs.

RSVP no later than 10 October to pressvisning@artipelag.se and please let us know if you wish to travel on the free bus.

PRESS IMAGES: Image in this press release: Ulrik Samuelson, oil on canvas, untitled.

Photo: Fredrik du Rietz

PRESS OFFICER: Maria Rosén: maria.rosen@artipelag.se

Mobile: +46 72 244 22 38 Office: +46 8 570 130 21

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