Dorothée Nilsson Gallery (DE)

Dorothée Nilsson Gallery represents an international portfolio of artists. While the represented artists practice in a vast range of mediums, their work is often based on photography. Experimental approaches regarding medium or engagement with societal issues play a core role in their work and are explored through a critical, aesthetic, or poetic lens.

Dorothée Nilsson Gallery
Potsdamer Strasse 65
10785 Berlin-Tiergarten
Germany
+49 170 5470707

Henrik Strömberg (SE)

Hernik Strömberg works with sculpture, installation and photography. He often merges the various media in overarching spatial installations developed to comprise the interaction between sculptural volumes, architectural vocabulary and the use of found objects and collected, reused materials. Strömberg works with metamorphosis, decay, memory and transformation. In his creative process, he explores the idea of the ephemeral existence of humanity in relation to its transient, increasingly collapsing environment and in relation to the historicity and materiality relevant to the current socio-anthropological entanglements.

Henrik Strömberg (b. 1970; SE) lives and works in Berlin. He holds an M.A. in Photography and History of Photography from FAMU, Academy of Performing Arts Prague, Czech Republic and a BA in Fine Art from Camberwell College of Art, London, UK. Recent exhibitions include: Kunstverein am Rosa Luxemburg Platz (Berlin; DE), K.P. Art Centre (Seoul; KR), Dorothée Nilsson Gallery (Berlin; DE). His work is included in public collections including: Nicoletta Rusconi Collection (Milan; IT), Fondazione Morra (Naples; IT), Alexander Tutsek Stiftung (Munich; DE) and Kultur Hässleholm (Hässleholm; SE).

Forward Multiplications

Detail
2018

Courtesy of the artist and Dorothée Nilsson Gallery

 

Refraction of Lightness

Installation View
2019

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Untitled Multiplications

Installation View
2021

Courtesy of the artist and Dorothée Nilsson Gallery

 

Object Amnesiac; A Compost Manifesto

Installation View
2022

Courtesy of the artist and Dorothée Nilsson Gallery

 

Sculpture Non-Sculpture, Light or Flexible

Installation View
2020

Courtesy of the artist and Dorothée Nilsson Gallery

 

Echoes in Dust

Installation View
2017

Courtesy of the artist and Dorothée Nilsson Gallery

 

Dorothée Nilsson Gallery facade

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