In Ruby, Gyllenhammar takes the gemstone out of context and examines it in close-up. The individual gemstone appears here, parallel to the image surface. Facets and light breaks reflect the ruby's multifacetedness with crystalline sharpness. Read more about the work
Anneè Olofsson about the artwork: I wanted to try to get to the feeling you have when you are mourning. The feeling of being in a vacuum of grief, not knowing where you are, that you are so close to sinking. But you still choose life. Read more
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Top View is a classic Metto image, which in figurative terms emphasizes the feeling of mankind standing before a magnificent but mysterious nature, but at the same time it is a pure practice in abstract color management, where Metto is working with the possibilities offered by the lithographic art. Read more
Det ljus som delats (The light that was shared) is Kristina Bength's first print project - previously her works have only been available as watercolor originals. The photograph that has been her starting point for the work has been taken at the old sanatorium Solliden in Östersund, where the patients at the time were isolated and the treatment consisted...
This print is partly hand-coloured, thus unique.
Sea of Tranquility is a work created by using the sun's rays; a picture of a moon that is not a moon, not a place, but an eye, a thought or a state of being. Read more
The lithograph concludes Fredrik Söderberg's exploration of the first alternative movements in the wake of industrialism, a work that has been going on for 15 years. With the lithograph, a book and a suite of watercolors, Söderberg summed up this work in 2015. Read more.
Sakerna, svängrummet is a series of four silkscreen prints by Cilla Ramnek produced in collaboration with ed. and printmaker Atelier Landberg during the summer of 2015. All four prints hang nicely together in a square, but also manage very well individually. The price for the whole series is 13000 without frames.
Ulla Wennberg's works are not numbered because, during the seventies when Wennberg started her carreer, numbering was not common. However, the prints are signed and hand-printed by the artist.
This print exits in two editions - one larger, which is sold out, and this smaller version.
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