Gallery Steinsland Berliner | CHART

Gallery Steinsland Berliner (SE)

Gallery Steinsland Berliner is a Stockholm-based gallery founded in 2008 by Jeanette Steinsland and Jacob Kampp Berliner with the intention of creating an open and imaginative space for contemporary art. It has remained a mainstay in the city known for showcasing exciting artists and encouraging a candid and collaborative approach.

Curated for
CHART

For CHART 2021, Gallery Steinsland Berliner will present works by Hanna Hansdotter, Malin Gabriella Nordin, Matti Kallioinen and Ylva Carlgren.

Hanna Hansdotter (SE)

Hanna Hansdotter will take part in CHART 2021 with several mold-blown glass artworks.

Hanna Hansdotter (b. 1984) lives and works in Glasriket, Sweden.

Hanna Hansdotter Stucco print gold (9/13+2 AP)

Mold-blown glass, mirrored 31 x 22 x 22 cm
2020

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Incommodious print (lagoon metallic)

Mold-blown glass, mirrored 61 x 28 x 29 cm
2020

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Hanna Hansdotter Tiffany print (blue/leo) ii

Mold-blown glass, mirrored 50 x 25 x 21 cm
2020

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Malin Gabriella Nordin (SE)

Gallery Steinsland Berliner's presentation for CHART 2021 will include paintings by Malin Gabriella Nordin.

Malin Gabriella Nordin (b. 1988) lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden. She earned a BFA degree from the Bergen Academy of Art and Design in Norway.

Mist

Charcoal and Flashe on cotton canvas, 95 x 65 cm
2020

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Veil

Charcoal on cotton canvas, 95 x 65 cm
2020

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Ligurian Sea

Charcoal and acrylic on cotton canvas, 95 x 65 cm
2020

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Matti Kallioinen (SE)

Matti Kallioinen will show paintings for CHART 2021.

Matti Kallioinen (b. 1974) lives and works in Stockholm and holds a MFA from Konstfack in Stockholm.

Krage

Gouache on cotton paper
2019

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Förvar

Gouache on cotton paper
2019

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Ylva Carlgren (SE)

Ylva Carlgren atmospheric watercolor paintings are created with skilful control. Multiple layers of colour are applied in order to achieve delicate shifts in light that convey a particular sense of understated grandeur.

Ylva Carlgren's (b. 1984, Luleå) work has previously been exhibited at: Uppsala Konstmuseum, Göteborgs Konsthall, Liljevalchs Konsthall among other places. She has received several grants, including but not limited to a working grant from IASPIS which enabled an extended period of practice in Tokyo, Japan.

Indecision (i)

Watercolor on paper, 73x45 cm
2021

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Indecision (iI)

Watercolor on paper, 73x45 cm
2021

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The elsewhere condition

Watercolor on paper, 147x100cm
2021

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