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Peder Lund (NO)

After a twenty-year period of art dealership, Peder Lund’s extensive work with institutions and collectors in Norway and Scandinavia have enabled him to foster lasting relationships between his clients and internationally acclaimed artists. In November 2009, the decision was made to establish an exhibition programme intending to broaden the dialogue with the general public and enhancing Oslo’s position in the global art consciousness.


Tjuvholmen allé 27
N-0252 Oslo
Norway
(+47) 22 01 55 55

Ida Ekblad (NO)

Ida Ekblad is one of the most recognised contemporary artists of her generation working today. Her artistic practice comprises a variety of mediums such as painting, sculpture, performance, filmmaking, and poetry. Her work is inspired by a multitude of sources and one can recognise sub- and pop-cultural influences.

Ida Ekblad (b. 1980) participated in the Venice Biennale (2011, 2017), as well as in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Recent solo exhibitions includes Kunsthalle Zurich, Zürich, Switzerland (2019) and Museo Rufino Tamayo, Mexico City, Mexico (2019); Kunstverein Braunschweig, Braunschweig, Germany (2018); Kunsthaus Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany (2017); National Museum of Art, Design and Architecture, Oslo, Norway (2013). In the summer of 2021, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, will dedicate a major solo exhibition to Ida Ekblad.

THE GIRLS WILL BRING YOU NIGHTMARES

Oil on linen, in artist's frame, 185 x 145 cm (framed)
2020

Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
© Ida Ekblad/ BONO 21
Photo: Prallan Allsten © Moderna Museet

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INSECT OF HER EYE

Oil on linen, in an artist's frame, 225 x 185 cm (framed)
2020

Centre Pompidou, Paris, France
Musée national d’art modern
© Ida Ekblad/ BONO 21
Photo by Uli Holz © Peder Lund

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ICE GIRLS

Watercolor on cotton, in an artist's frame, 103 x 81 cm (framed)
2020

Collection of Michi Lund
© Ida Ekblad/ BONO 21, Courtesy the artist and Peder Lund
Photo by Uli Holz © Peder Lund

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METAL MOTHER / CLOTH MOTHER

Oil on linen, 180 x 140 cm
2021

© Ida Ekblad/ BONO 21, Courtesy the artist and Peder Lund
Photo by Uli Holz © Peder Lund

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OCEAN GIRLS

Oil on linen, in an artist's frame, 185 x 145 cm (framed)
2020

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek, Denmark
© Ida Ekblad/ BONO 21
Photo by Uli Holz © Peder Lund

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BLOOD OPTICS

Installation view
2019

© Ida Ekblad/ BONO 21, Courtesy of the artist and Museo Rufino Tamayo
Galerie Max Hetzler, Karma International, Herald Street and Peder Lund
Photo: Omar Luis Olguin © Museo Rufino Tamayo

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FRA ÅRE TIL OVN

Installation View
2019

© Ida Ekblad/ BONO 21, Courtesy of the artist and Kunsthalle Zürich
Galerie Max Hetzler, Karma International, Herald Street, and Peder Lund
Photo by Annik Wetter © Kunsthalle Zürich

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FRA ÅRE TIL OVN

Installation View
2019

Collection of the National Museum of Art, Design and Architecture in Oslo, Norway
© Ida Ekblad/ BONO 21
Photo by Annik Wetter © Kunsthalle Zürich

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Tortoise With a Sail

Installation view
2019

© Ida Ekblad/ BONO 21, Courtesy of the artist and Museo Rufino Tamayo
Galerie Max Hetzler, Karma International, Herald Street and Peder Lund
Photo by Omar Luis Olguin © Museo Rufino Tamayo

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Portrait of Ida Ekblad by Jacqueline Landvik, 2021 © Ida Ekblad/ BONO 21, Courtesy of the artist and Peder Lund

"I’m interested in the slippery slope that runs from the good taste, the sharp style, the cutting edge aesthetics to the overboard propositions, the tasteless gestures and a deep desperation. Down in the ditch where the all-out grotesque stuff lies. You could say that my work is trying to be all of those things in one go. Or, rather, that whole damn slope. I slide down it all the time, bumping into this and that on the way, going back to the top. Like a Helter Skelter of gesmäck. And paint is sort of the lube."

Ida Ekblad

2021

Installation view, Ida Ekblad, Schloss, 2015 © Ida Ekblad / BONO 21, Courtesy the artist and Peder Lund. Photo by Ida Ekblad