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gnome and troll

25 January 2022

Finn Öhlund's Gnome and Troll are the result of a process involving yoga, pigments and beer as a binder

absence constellations

25 January 2022

Maria Lavman Vetö turns the absence reports from a high school into abstract art

wrestling colours

12 January 2022

A new series of prints by Bo Söderström at ed-art.se, tighter than ever

wellness

10 January 2022

The promise of success and personal well-being through bodily control are depicted in Malou da Cunha Bang's new series of prints

most sold 2021

17 December 2021

Our most sold editions 2021

christmas inspiration

9 December 2021

More art at home! We've added more inspiring images of art in real homes. 

flowing, billowing nature

30 November 2021

Presenting two monochrome serigraphs by Cecilia Pettersson.

delicate

29 November 2021

Tender animal portraits and abstract landscapes by Maev Lenaghan

fernström at liljevalchs

29 October 2021

Linn Fernström is now opening a large solo exhibition in Stockholm, at ed-art.se you'll find her drypoint prints and lithographs

gallery weekend stockholm

27 October 2021

Malou da Cunha Bang's project "In the gaps" at ed. art during Gallery Weekend Stockholm 13-14 November

winding

21 October 2021

The hand, chance and the eye together create an image where colors and shapes coexist in Andréa Hösel's monotypes 

explorer of the mountains

15 October 2021

In his new lithographs, Roger Metto continues to explore the landscape around the place where he grew up; Kiruna

nightfall

20 September 2021

Nightfall, Swell, Cumulus and Heavy Seas - new artworks by Annette Hammarén

expressive

8 September 2021

New monotypes by Jakob Ojanen at Svenskt tenn and in our showroom during Stockholm Art Week

the robot and the human

8 September 2021

With robot-drawn images, Tove Kjellmark has created her own mode of expression. For Stockholm Art Week, ed. art is presenting her first editions at Svenskt tenn.

let us hang your art!

31 August 2021

We're launching art hanging consultations! Our first customer was power lady Hannah Widell.