SEO was born in Korea, 1977. In 2001 she studied at the University of Art in Berlin under Professor Georg Baselitz. Since then she has been based in Berlin and she is now represented in international collections as MoMA, New York. SEO’s works have been exhibited at the Venice Biennale, Italy, 2001 and she has had several museum and gallery exhibitions around the world. SEO has previously been shown at Wetterling Gallery with the exhibition Global Things - The Long Way Back, 2014.
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SEO "Global Things - The Long Way Back" // Ylva Ceder "Humming"
Wetterling Gallery proudly presents:
SEO "Global Things - The Long Way Back" and Ylva Ceder "Humming"
Opening reception Wednesday November 19th, 6-8 PM
The Exhibitions will be on view through December 19th, 2014
Ylva Ceder is well known for her detailed paintings of everyday environments and situations. Usually they are places that most of us have visited or passed by, like a movie theater, a hot dog stand or a dental practice. The world of Ylva Ceder is calm, almost desolate. At the same time, you can feel the human presence, which is not always depicted in the works but represented by objects or light. In the manner of Edouard Vuillard or Pierre Bonnard, Ylva Ceder’s paintings cover the entire pictorial space although her style combines impressionistic brush marks with realist perspective. In her recent series Ylva Ceder has left the everyday settings behind and focused on interiors of traditional houses in the Swedish counties of Dalarna and Hälsingland, as well as medieval churches in Uppland. Instead of the rich decoration and Biblical imagery which would typically adorn such settings, Ceder's wall-paintings, rugs and cabinets display corresponding ornamentation from the Middle East. In a confluence of imagery.
Ceder was born in 1976 in Lund, Sweden. She received an MFA from Konstfack University College of Arts, Craft and Design, Stockholm in 2007. She has exhibited internationally and widely throughout Sweden, including solo exhibitions at Passagen, Linköping and Rättviks Konsthall.
Her works are represented in private and public collections including Malmö Konstmuseum and Katrineholms Konsthall. She lives and works in Stockholm.