Carl Kostyál | Stockholm
Hospitalet, Sjökvarnsbacken 15, 131 71 Näcka, Stockholm
Thursday – Friday (12–6pm)
Saturday – Sunday (12–4pm)
By boat: From Nybroplan, take SL commuter boat 80 from 16 minutes to Saltsjöqvarn
By bus: To Henriksdal
By car: Drive to the end of Saltsjöqvarns Kaj.
To book a visit:
Carl Kostyál | London
12a Savile Row, London W1S 3PQ
Monday to Friday (9 am – 5 pm)
Saturday (10 am – 4 pm)
For all enquiries:
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Carl Kostyál Gallery | London | Stockholm
Carl Kostyál began his career in the art world supporting artists and building private collections in 2001. He opened his eponymous gallery at no. 12A Savile Row, London W1 in 2010 and at Isbrytaren, Igeldammsgatan 20, Stockholm in 2013. In May 2021 the Gallery will open its new 400 square metre permanent space in Stockholm, Hospitalet, with Stockholm Sessions, a painting survey show featuring over fifty young international painters.
Known for supporting artists early on in their careers, the Gallery staged the first major European exhibitions of Gina Beavers, Jonathan Binet, Alfred Boman, Mike Bouchet, Peter Coffin, Petra Cortright, Sara Cwynar, Alex Da Corte, Mandy El-Sayegh, Oli Epp, Ryan Estep, Claire Fontaine, Ed Fornelies, Al Freeman, Alex Gardner, Andrew Gbur, Justin John Greene, Henry Gunderson, Alexander Guy, Charles Harlan, John Henderson, Yu Honglei, Henry Hudson, Alex Israel, Basil Kincaid, Piotr Lakomy, Austin Lee, Helen Marten, Oliver Osborne, David Ostrowski, Jon Rafman, Li Shurui, Gedi Sibony, Timur Si Qin, Ben Spiers, Jim Thörell, Artie Vierkant, Austyn Weiner, Wang Yuyang and Zhao Zhao. The Gallery has staged exhibitions of long-established artists Imre Bak, Tibor Gayor, Dóra Maurer, John Millei, Peter Schuyff and Jan Ziemski.
Upcoming solo exhibitions in 2021 and 2022 in the London, Milan and Stockholm galleries include Ana Benaroya, Szabolcs Bózo, Marcus Brutus, Alejandro Cardenas, Canyon Castator, Buck Ellison, Oli Epp, Francesca Facciola, Arghavan Khosravi, Austin Lee + Mark Thomas Gibson, Rebecca Ness, Harrison Pierce, Emma Stern, Felix Treadwell, Jess Valice and Emma Webster.
In addition to the London and Stockholm programme, Carl Kostyál stages solo projects with artists at his family home in Milan, runs two invitational artist residency programmes, Fontana di Vita in Matera, Basilicata, and CARs at Mohilef Studios in Los Angeles, in collaboration with artist Canyon Castator and hosts an invitational Draw Jam each summer in the south of Italy.