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My Lindhs solo show in Möklinta as part of the EKFA residency opens September 21th and goes on until October 4th. The exhibition is the result of a close collaboration with the residents of the rural village Möklinta. The EKFA … Läs mer
6-28/9 – 2019, the exhibition Landscape Takeover is shown at Galleri Syster in Luleå, Sweden. The exhibition is a duo with My Lindh and Liselotte Wajstedt. http://gallerisyster.se
Participating in the exhibition Artists’ Books at Hangmen Projects with the book Tågteve. Participating artists: Monica Aasprong & Aron Kullander-Östling, Maria Andersson, Leontine Arvidsson, Siri Ahmed Backström, Annika Behm, Simon Berg, Jenny Bergman, Ida Björs, Simon Blanck, Catti Brandelius, Nadine … Läs mer
My Lindh is selected for the exhibition ”The Great Machine IV – as slow as possible” 26-28/5-2017 in Lleida, Spain.
Nordic Panoramas, Landscape No.1 is shown at the gallery Make it Marseille in Marseille, France. Other participating artists: Curver, Ragnheiður Sigurðardóttir Bjarnarsson and Snæbjörn Brynjarsson, who form the collective Rebel Rebel, Malin Petterson Öberg and Stéphanie Solinas.
”The Clay Is Moving” is a combined outdoor and indoor exhibition in Gränby, Uppsala. The photo series ”Postcards from Gränby” by My Lindh is shown, and the video ”The oak and the milk wagon” which is a collaboration between My … Läs mer
Nordic Panoramas, Landscape No.1 is part of the VideoGUD (Gävleborg, Uppsala, Dalarna) screening programme, shown at 18 stations placed in public institutions. Other participating artists are Conny Karlsson Lundgren, Sarah Choo Jing, Mandana Moghaddam and Eri Kassel. Curated by Erik Anderman. Read article … Läs mer
Curator, Sweden: Paula von Seth, Initiator Luciano Benetton, Italy Opening August 31 at Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Venice Imago Mundi collection
”Nordic Panoramas, Landscape No.1” is shown in the group exhibition and screening + talk ”Inlands” as part of the culture festival Air d’Islande at the Finnish Institute in Paris. Participating artists: Stéphanie Solinas and Malin Pettersson Öberg.