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Petra Lindholm

January 2004

Since she began exhibiting internationally a few years ago, Petra Lindholm has been touted as one of Sweden’s most promising young artists. With her latest work, Reported Missing, 2003, she lives up to the promise. The ten-minute video is… READ ON

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Annika Larsson

January 2004

Men in some kind of ambiguous, multi-interpretive relation to one another; an intense focus on details; and a neo-electronic sound track (mostly by Tobias Bernstrup): New Gravity, 2003, has all the ingredients of a "typical” Annika Larsson… READ ON

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Jeppe Hein

November 2003

Jeppe Hein's new installation is called Bear the Consequences, indicating that one enters at one’s own risk. The gallery is unusually hot, and empty except for a string cordoning off an area at the far end. When you approach the demarcated… READ ON

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Johan Zetterquist

October 2003

Johan Zetterquist's show introduces his latest crop of proposals for absurdist, impossible public works. Make-Out Tower: Tower Solution For Flat Cities, 2003, is an architectural model of a skyscraper, each floor accessible by car, with a … READ ON

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Andreas Heuch / Børre Sæthre

September 2003

For his show at Galleri Wang, Andreas Heuch has covered the floor with tons of white sand. Visitors wander through the exhibition on raised wooden paths, taking in Heuch's wall paintings, whose biomorphic forms conflate the micro- and … READ ON

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Jan Christensen

September 2003

A Jonathan Monk drawing with the poetically kitschy title You are always alone in the cinema is the stated inspiration for Jan Christensen's first solo exhibition, which consists of a single work—an oversize wraparound wall painting. The … READ ON

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Miriam Bäckström

May 2003

Miriam Bäckström's new series “Apartments II” makes me feel like a peeping Tom. Though they resemble Bäckström's earlier photographs of interiors built on soundstages, the twenty C-prints are actual everyday living environments. When… READ ON

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