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AWARDS:

Swedish Art and Business Awards 2004
Boverkets Stadsmiljöråd 2005
Umeåregionens bästa besöksmål
2007

SCULPTURES FROM EARLIER YEARS PDF Print E-mail
Sculptures from earlier years

Lin Peng, A New   Perspective, 2004

 

LIN PENG

A New Perspective, 2004
Mixed media, sound installation, h 3900 cm

Born in Zhenzhou, China 1975. Lives and works in Bejing. Education: Art college at University of Zhengzhou. Exhibitions in selection: Young Chinese contemporary at Zhengzhou Art Center, 2001, Galleri 49 Beijing, 2003. Sound and Material, Shanghai Art Center, 2008.


 

 

Wilhelm Mundt, Trashstone 389, 2008

 

WILHELM MUNDT

Trashstone 389, 2008
Production waste in polyester/fiberglass, 110 x 303 x 112 cm

Born 1959 in Grevenbroich, Ger-many. Education: Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. Selected exhibitions: Galerie Ludwig, Krefeld, Germany 1994; Von der Heydt-Museum, Wuppertal, Germany 2000;  Kunstmuseum Bonn, Germany 2004; Europäische Kunsthalle Köln, Cologne, Germany 2004;  Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Germany 2008; Buchmann Galerie, Berlin, Germany 2009; Skulpturenpark Waldfrieden, Wuppertal, Germany 2008.


Grönlund - Nisunen, Omfalos

GRÖNLUND-NISUNEN

Omphalos, 2010
Polished stainless steel ball buried in the ground, Ø 0,8 metres.

Tommi Grönlund, born 1967, and Petteri Nisunen, born 1962, both live and work in Helsinki, Finland. Education: Tampere Technical University, Department of Architecture, University of Art and Design Helsinki, Deapartment of Industrial Design. Selected exhibitions: Manifesta 1, Rotterdam Kunsthalle, 1996; Generation Z, P.S.1, New York, 1999; The 49th-Venice Biennale, Nordic Pavillion, 2001; Yokohama Triennale, Shin Minato Warehouse No.1, 2001; Dundee Contemporary Arts, 2004; The 27th São Paulo Biennale, Pavilhão Ciccillo Matarazzo, 2006; The 3rd Moscow Biennale, Red October, 2009.


Johanna Ekström, Ladder, 1998

JOHANNA EKSTRÖM

Ladder, 1998
Steel wire, aluminium, h. 600 cm

Born in Stockholm, Sweden 1970. Lives and works in Stockholm. Exhibitions in selection; Galleri Charlotte Lund, Stockholm, 1996, Kulturhuset, Stockholm, 1998, Gävle Konstcenter, 1998, Rooseum, Malmö, 1998, Bildmuseet, Umeå, 1999, Göteborgs Konstmuseum, Gothenburg, 1999, Galleri Leger, Malmö, 2001. Ekström is both a writer and a visual artist.


The Art Guys, Love Song for Umeå, 2002 - 2010

THE ART GUYS

Love Song for Umeå: Banner Work II, #7, 2002–2010
Metallic polyurethane plastic banners

Version II of a work that first was installed in 2002.

Galbreth & Massing live and work in Houston, TX, USA. Education: Galbreth – Memphis State University, BFA, 1980, University of Houston, MFA, 1984. Massing – The Glassell School of Art, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, University of Houston, BFA, 1980. Work together since 1983. Several national and international exhibitions, notably; Art League of Houston,  Texas 2005, Birke Art Gallery, West Virginia 2006, Shanghai Museum, China 2006, Galleri Andersson Sandström, Sweden 2007, National Art Museum of China, 2007.


Kari Cavén, Klassresa, 2008

KARI CAVÉN

Klassresa, 2008
Auminium, 225 x 154 x 378 cm

”We have gone down the staircases. We are now on the river banks. Nobody near us.”

Born in Savonlinna, Finland 1954. Lives and works in Helsinki. Education; Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki. Several national and international exhibitions, notably; Venice Biennial 1988, 90, Sara Hilden Art Museum, Tampere 1997, Galleri Stefan Andersson, Umeå 1998 & 2003, Skulpturens Hus, Stockholm 2000, Malmö Konstmuseum, 2000, Kunsthalle Rostock, 2000, Helsingborgs Museum 2001, Kiasma, Helsinki, 2005, Galleri Andersson Sandström 2006, 2009.


Kaarina Kaikkonen, A Path II, 2004-2010

KAARINA KAIKKONEN

A Path II, 2004–2010
160 men’s jackets, steel wire, wood, 8000 cm

Version II of a work that first was installed in 2004.

Born in Iisalmi, Finland. Lives and works in Helsinki, Finland. Education: Finnish Academy for Fine Arts in Helsinki. Exhibitions in selection: Malmö Konstmuseum, 2000, Rostock Kunsthalle, 2001, Finland Art Reward, 2001, Rastatt Schloss 2002, Kiasma, Helsinki, 2003, Fabrica, Brighton, 2003, Havanna Biennal, Cuba, 2003, Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, 2004, Den Haag Sculptur, 2004, Heine Onstad Kunstsenter, Oslo, 2004, Helsinki art Museum, 2005, Helsinki Kunsthalle, Finland 2005, Art Basel, Miami, 2005, Wyoming Art Museum, USA 2007, Örebro Konsthall, Örebro, Sweden 2008, Oulu Art Museum, Finland 2009, Cairo Biennale, 2008, Liverpool Biennale, 2010, Vancouver Biennale, 2010

Bernard Kirschenbaum, Untitled, 1993

BERNARD KIRSCHENBAUM

Untitled, 1993
Steel, 277 x 315 x 315 cm

Born in New York 1924. Lives and works in New York. Awarded the Guggenheim Fellowship for sculpture in 1973. Professor of sculpture at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Stockholm until 1992. Several national and international exhibitions, notably; Moderna Museet, Stockholm 1980, Malmö Konsthall 1984, Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm 1996, Skulpturens Hus, Stockholm 2004, The Blanton Museum of Art 2008.

 

 

 

Takashi Naraha, Structure 88-J-1, 1998

TAKASHI NARAHA

Structure 88-J-1, 1998
Green ekeröd granite, 194 x 116 x 71 cm

Born in Tokyo, Japan 1930. Lives and works in Glimåkra, Skåne. Education: Musashino Art University. Several national and international exhibitions including: Galleri Stefan Andersson, Umeå, 1989, Jönköpings Länsmuseum, 1990, Museum Antoine Bourdelle, Paris, 1997, Galerie Pudelko, Bonn, 1998, Galerie Denise René, Paris, 1998, Kalmar Konstmuseum, 2001.