We are opening 2013 in a real Young Art sprit, presenting a great mix of artists in our first group exhibition of the year.
Vernissage 10th of January 2013, between 18.00 – 20.00
The exhibition will be ongoing until 10th of February.
Young Art/ NAU gallery
Erik Olovsson (1982) is an artist/designer based in Stockholm and a recent graduate of Konstfack MA Storytelling program. Olovsson originally studied Fine Art and Photography at Konstskolan in Stockholm and later Graphic Design at Berghs SOC. Olovsson’s work focuses on creating methods and systems in the image making. He often works with the relation between the human and nature.
In his works of photography he frequently uses walking as a method. He takes on unplanned walks through the city and lets its architecture and surroundings navigate him, with the goal of having new and genuine experiences by letting go. In the exhibition he will be showing the photographic series “From Västberga to Ulvsunda”.
Karl Henrik Edlund (1987) is a Swedish-speaking Finn photographer based in Stockholm. Edlund is graduating from Nordens fotoskola Bisköps-Arnö in spring 2013 and has previously studied photography in Lofoten folkehøgskole in Norway and Novia, University of applied science in Finland. His interest for photography arose at age of 19 when he moved to Lofoten. The same year he also began his perennial book project “Yesterday Place” which was recognized by Scanpix Stipendium in 2010. In this exhibition at NAU gallery, Edlund is showing a selection of work from the series “Birds 12:16”.
Malin Gabriella Nordin (1988) studies her final year in Bachelor of Fine Art at Bergen National Academy of the Arts in Bergen, Norway. Previously she has studied at Pernby School of Painting in Stockholm. Malin Gabriella uses various techniques in her artistic work, including painting, sculpture, collage and drawings, searching for right material for each different piece. In the exhibition she will be showing parts of her earlier work; collages and porcelain sculptures.
Milena Karlsson (1987) is a graphic designer, illustrator and artists and a recent graduate of Bachelor in Design from the University of Design and Crafts in Gothenburg. Karlsson is fascinated by the relationship of the digital form and its accuracy and the bends or curves of reality, mixing both digital and analogue in her work. She will be showing two textile pieces from the series E-marbling; a screen-printed collage pieces built as a custom variant of marbling printed on fabric.
Rebecka Bebben Andersson (1984) studies Master in Fine Arts at The Royal Institution of Art in Stockholm as well as scenography at Stockholms Dramatiska Högskola. She has earlier studied architecture at KTH Royal Institution of Technology. Andersson had a previous solo exhibition “Nolli Sthlm” at Nau gallery in December but will now be presenting a collection of collages from her series “school photographs”.