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Group Exhibition

Ikaros + Courtesy Private Collection

April 6 – May 13, 2017

Jim Dine

Jim Dine
Karl and Elsa, 1999 - 2000
Oil on Canvas
100 x 100 cm

Linda Bäckström

Linda Bäckström
Lumberjack, 2016
140 x 195 cm

Liva Isakson Lundin

Liva Isakson Lundin
Inward 4, 2016
Coild Steel and Latex 
45 x 84 x 85 cm

Jason Martin

Jason Martin
Loved, 2009
Oil on Aluminium
195 x 195 cm


The myth of Ikaros is a story of arrogance and hubris. Despite his father’s admonitions Ikaros is flying to close to the sun and his newly made wings burns up and he crashes into the sea and drowns.
Including works by Nathalia Edenmont, Liva Isakson Lundin, Jason Martin, Angela de la Cruz, Linda Bäckström and Mike and Doug Starn the exhibition Ikaros tells a story about challenging faith and pushing boarders.

Courtesy Private Collection
An art collection is something very personal. Each work is specially chosen by the owner for reasons only he or she knows. Brought into daylight for public viewing, the collection raises questions not only about the art works but also about the collector. Why do you collect art and for which reasons? Why do you choose a certain piece and when do you let it go?
On view in the gallery are parts of a private collection that are ready to leave their owner making room for new works.