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WINTER SHOW

December 4, 2021 - February 5, 2022

Ängd, Ylva Ceder

Ylva Ceder
Ängd, 2019
Mixed Media and Oil on Panel
190 x 200 cm / 74 x 78 in

Dina Isæus-Berlin

Dina Isæus-Berlin
Small Desire II, 2020
Oil on MDF 
25 x 30 cm / 9 x 11 in 

Anna Pajak

Anna Pajak 
Solitary, 2021 
Oil on Canvas
160 x 127 cm / 62 x 50 in 

Ylva Ceder

Ylva Ceder
Moras, 2019
Pyrography, mixed media and oil on panel 
190 x 200 cm / 74 x 78 in 

Anna Pajak

Anna Pajak 
The Hour Under Water #2, 2021 
Etching, Handcoloured with Liquid Ink 
55 x 55 cm / 21 x 21 in 
Monotype, 1/1 

Ylva Ceder

Ylva Ceder
Tjärn, 2019
Pyrography, mixed media and oil on panel 
190 x 200 cm / 74 x 78 in 

Anna Pajak

Anna Pajak 
The Portal #3, 2021 
Etching, Handcoloured with Liquid Ink 
55 x 55 cm / 21 x 21 in 
Monotype, 1/1 

Nathalia Edenmont

Nathalia Edenmont 
Appearance, 2021 
Photography, diptych 
140 x 172 cm / 55 x 67 in 

Dina Isæus-Berlin

Dina Isæus-Berlin 
Marble Smash, 2020 
Oil on MDF 
125 x 125 cm / 49 x 49 in 

Dina Isæus-Berlin

Dina Isæus-Berlin 
Small Desire, 2020 
Oil on MDF 
25 x 30 cm / 9 x 11 in 

Love Lundell

Love Lundell 
Abraxas, 2021 
Oil on Canvas 
180 x 150 cm / 70 x 59 in 

Dina Isæus-Berlin

Dina Isæus-Berlin 
The Beehive, 2020 
Oil on MDF 
90 x 66.5 cm / 35 x 26 in 

Love Lundell

Love Lundell 
New Public Management, 2021 
Oil on Canvas 
200 x 180 cm / 78 x 70 in 

Julian Opie

Julian Opie
Street, 2020 
Installation view 

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About

WINTER SHOW

Winter is here and Christmas is around the corner! As a finale of the exhibition year 2021, Wetterling Gallery presents a curated group exhibition featuring works by a selection of our represented artists; Dina Isæus-Berlin, Anna Pajak, Love Lundell, Ylva Ceder and Nathalia Edenmont. The exhibition features new artworks as well as several works not previously shown at the gallery, representing on-going projects and practices. In our showroom a presentation of Julian Opie’s Street from 2020 will be on view.

We are proloning our ongoing exhibition, WINTER SHOW, until February 5. Unfortunately, the gallery will not be open as usual due to the current situation. If you wish to visit the gallery, it will be open from 12 - 4 pm Tuesday - Friday. We are also open by appointment outside of business hours. If you wish to make an appointment, email info@wetterlinggallery.com.  

 

 

 

LOVE LUNDELL

Love Lundell’s collaged paintings unfold in their own world. Dreamlike, mystical, and surreal, yet also anchored in the everyday, his evocative scenes draw the viewer in and holds them back simultaneously. Employing a collage technique, Lundell paints his intriguing wonderlands by sampling images from various sources and recontextualizing them to suggest a hallucinatory inner reality. He draws on his childhood memories, dreams, books, and popular culture for inspiration.

 

ANNA PAJAK

In Anna Pajak’s oil paintings the motives appear as visual enigmas. Her careful selection of colors and precise compositions are executed in a harmony derived from sacred geometry. With an intuitive process the work develops organically, every new element is a proposition that determines the final result. She connects and infuse natural and abstracted forms with evocative visual and spiritual qualities. Investigating what can be seen as feminine in painting, Pajak draws inspiration from modernist masters such as Georgia O'Keeffe and Hilma af Klint.

 

NATHALIA EDENMONT

Nature is a starting point for Edenmont, both as inspiration and a source for working materials. Butterflies, insects and cut flowers play key roles in her seductively beautiful pictures. Appearance is a collage of meticulously glued butterfly wings that Edenmont has immortalized with an analogue large-format camera and then enlarged. By mirroring this photo in two identical copies facing each other, Edenmont creates references to the butterfly's anatomy - a new abstract creature has emerged.

 

YLVA CEDER

In the series Ängder, painter Ylva Ceder has chosen a new experimental way to work. The qualities of the birch wood she paints on has been the starting point for an intuitive process. She has replaced the brush with a gas torch burner, creating landscape with fire itself. In Ängder the viewer is transferred to a landscape where the heat is rising from the ground and the smell of charred trees is palpable. The brutal force of the fire has passed and it’s calm and still. The earth is preparing to give new life.

 

DINA ISÆUS-BERLIN

For Dina Isæus-Berlin, the moment of creation is crucial. She is investigating the act of painting itself – an act coming from a hand of an unoccupied mind, free from the predefined conceptions of rational thought. In her abstract compositions, the large gesture of the brushstroke appears as a figure often superimposed onto detailed, patterned grounds. The stricter fields, made in a different pace and state than the fast gestures, is juxtaposed against the flowing movements to either challenge, highlight or support them. The combination of intuitive and planned layers is a vibrant rhythm visible in the final painting, where each individual gesture works as a proposition she repeatedly responds to.