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The Dreams / Jens Fänge
Thru Apr 1, 2018 / Bonniers Konsthall

Jens Fänge / The Dreams

Jens Fänge will introduce the spring by occupying the main exhibition rooms of Bonniers Konsthall, offering up the largest-ever exhibition of his work, Drömmarna (The Dreams). Jens Fänge works with painting and assemblage, transforming the exhibition rooms into stage-like settings. In his work, we encounter labyrinthine, dream-like spaces, with patterned wallpaper providing a backdrop for the paintings themselves and where the pattern is repeated.

 

Jens Fänge

Jens Fänge

Jens Fänge

Jens Fänge

This exhibition will feature Fänge’s work from the past few years, as well as certain new pieces created specifically for Bonniers Konsthall.

Jens Fänge lives and works in Stockholm, and has exhibited internationally, for example in Paris and Hong Kong, as well as taking part in the Venice Biennale and Art Basel. A comprehensive book will be published alongside the exhibition, a collaboration between Bonniers Konsthall and publishing house Art & Theory, and includes an essay by British critic Martin Herbert.

 

Drömmarna (The Dreams) / Jens Fänge
Through April 1, 2018 / Bonniers Konsthall
For more information please visit the exhibition page >

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The Dreams / Jens Fänge
Thru Apr 1, 2018 / Bonniers Konsthall

Jens Fänge / The Dreams

Jens Fänge will introduce the spring by occupying the main exhibition rooms of Bonniers Konsthall, offering up the largest-ever exhibition of his work, Drömmarna (The Dreams). Jens Fänge works with painting and assemblage, transforming the exhibition rooms into stage-like settings. In his work, we encounter labyrinthine, dream-like spaces, with patterned wallpaper providing a backdrop for the paintings themselves and where the pattern is repeated.

 

Jens Fänge

Jens Fänge

Jens Fänge

Jens Fänge

This exhibition will feature Fänge’s work from the past few years, as well as certain new pieces created specifically for Bonniers Konsthall.

Jens Fänge lives and works in Stockholm, and has exhibited internationally, for example in Paris and Hong Kong, as well as taking part in the Venice Biennale and Art Basel. A comprehensive book will be published alongside the exhibition, a collaboration between Bonniers Konsthall and publishing house Art & Theory, and includes an essay by British critic Martin Herbert.

 

Drömmarna (The Dreams) / Jens Fänge
Through April 1, 2018 / Bonniers Konsthall
For more information please visit the exhibition page >