Malmö Sessions

Opening times: Sat–Sundays 12-4pm
Ystadvägen 22, 214 30 Malmö, Sweden
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Installation View with works by Susan Te Kahurangi King, Basil Kincaid and Jake Troyli
Installation View with Jason Mattew Lee, BRUTEFORCEPHREAK:ngtv, 2019, welded payphones, neodymium magnets, bearings, coins, plastic and metal cable ties, steel trap, 53.30 x 20.30 x 23 cm
Installation View with works by Travis Fish, Basil Kincaid and Haley Josephs
Jason Matthew Lee, BRUTEFORCEPHREAK:ngtv, 2019, welded payphones, neodymium magnets, bearings, coins, plastic and metal cable ties, steel trap, 53.30 x 20.30 x 23 cm
Henry Gunderson, Public Address, 2019, Acrylic on Canvas, 183 x 244 cm & Sarah Slappey, Slow Burn, , 2019 Oil on Canvas, 55.88 x 50.80 cm
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Austin Lee, Boy with Sun, 2019 & Petra Cortright, “18 febbraio 1983” n. 16 legge_future+shop”gai+noir”_HARDLINE, 2018
Works by Cheyenne Julien, Loup Sarion, Jason Matthew Lee and Petra Cortright
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Alfred Boman, MOI, 2019 Glue, ink, gesso, tempera and spray paint on linen, 190 x 300 cm
Travis Fish, Offset in Paris, 2019, Acrylic on canvas, 193 x 188 cm
Installation View with Loup Sarion, The weeper, 2018, Ink, dye, linen, fiberglass, epoxy, hardware, 158 x 158 x 38 cm
Austin Lee, Sun with sunglasses, 2019, Aluminium sculpture, car paint, 200 x 141 x 82.70 cm, Edition 1/3 + 1 AP
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Gerasimos Floratos, Untitled, 2019, Oil, acrylic, mixed media on canvas, 164.80 x 213 cm
Gina Beavers, Tennis Ball Mouth, 2019, Acrylic and paper on canvas on panel, 91.40 x 61 cm
Joel Mesler, The Alphabet of Creation 1, 2 and 3, 2019, Pigment on linen, each 123 x 101.60 cm
Installation View with works by Matthew Palladino, Sarah Slappey and Maja Djordjevic
Maja Djordjevic, I AM GOING TO FIND YOU & BE STRONG & JUMP, CAT! JUMP!, 2018
Al Freeman, Soft Turkey Bacon Lettuce Heirloom Tomato and Swiss Cheese on Whole Wheat Bread Sandwich in Ziplock, 2019, Pleather and polyester filler, 81.28 x 83.82 x 30.48 cm &
Installation View with works by Al Freeman and Petra Cortright
Anna Bjerger, Male, 2019, oil on aluminium, 53 x 43 x 4 cm
Jordan Kasey, The Box, 2017, Acrylic and oil on canvas, 137 x 137 cm & Untitled, 2018, Charcoal on paper, 64.70 x 55.88 cm
Installation View with works by Jordan Kasey & Absalon Kirkeby, Jonas, 2017, Inkjet print, mounted on aluminium, epoxy, 44.80 x 33.33 cm
Austyn Weiner room
Austyn Weiner, Deep In The Peak Just Shy of The Valley, 2018-19, Oil paint, oil stick, house paint, charcoal and acrylic on canvas, 210.80 x 151 x 6.40 cm
Works by Robert Nava, Oliver Osborne and Jon Rafman
Jill Mulleady, Submarine toilet, 2018, oil on linen, 167 x 106 cm & Robert Nava, Untitled, 2019, Acrylic and oil stick on canvas, 121.92 x 121.92 cm
James Ulmer, Peace Talk, 2019, Flashe on canvas, 195.60 x 203.20 cm & Peace Offering, 2019, Flashe on canvas, 195.60 x 203.20 cm
Cameron Welch, Athena & Mid Flight, 2019, Oil, acrylic, spray, found objects and ceramic on panel, 152.40 x 121.90 cm
Justin John Greene, Ghostwriter, 2019, Oil on canvas, 127 x 106.68 cm & Cameron Welch, Athena & Mid Flight, 2019, Oil, acrylic, spray, found objects and ceramic on panel, 152.40 x 121.90 cm
Installation View with works by Cameron Welch and Alex Gardner
Alex Gardner, Making Spoons Outside, 2019, acrylic on canvas, 152.40 x 121.92cm
Canyon Castator, Grid of 9 drawings, 2019, each 40.50 x 30.50 cm & Alex Da Corte, The Gossips (BanjeeSickle), 2017, Spray paint, acrylic paint, IKEA Stromby frames, polypropylene, wood, laminate, 92.50 x 379.50 cm
Alex Da Corte, The Gossips (BanjeeSickle), 2017, Spray paint, acrylic paint, IKEA Stromby frames, polypropylene, wood, laminate, 92.50 x 379.50 cm
Installation View with works by Mike Shultis and Canyon Castator
Canyon Castator, Stampede, 2018, oil on canvas, 254 x 203.20 cm & I Love This Fucking Movie, 2019, oil on canvas, 203h x 153 cm
Constance Tenvik, Wall of Drawings
Installation View with works by Jim Thorell and Jake Troyli
Installation View with works by Haley Josephs and Botond Keresztesi
Haley Josephs, The Beginning, 2018, oil on linen, 189.90 x 121.90 cm
Installation View with works by Chloe Wis and Stephen McClintock
Chloe Wise, But a perfectly normal size mouth not put to use is a crime in itself, 2019, Oil on Canvas, 76.20 x 61 cm
Installation View with works by Stephen McClintock and Chloe Wise
Installation View with works by Zachary Armstrong & Oli Epp
Oli Epp, Big Croc, 2019, Oil and acrylic on canvas, 175 x 155 cm
Oli Epp, Cash In Hand, 2019, Oil and acrylic on canvas, 155 x 135 cm
Oli Epp, Cash In Hand, 2019, Oil and acrylic on canvas, 155 x 135 cm
Jake Troyli, 2004 All Star, 2004, Oil on linen 30.48 x 40.64 cm & A Breathe of Fresh Air, 2018, Oil on linen, 76.20 x 61 cm
James English Leary, Step Right Up (Teal, Yellow, Orange, Blue), 2018, acrylic on canvas, 70 x 200 cm
Mike Shultis, Gigi, 2018, Mixed Media, 60.96 x 76.20 cm & Kim, 2019, Mixed Media, 38.10 x 27.94 cm
Karl Norin, Glass Cross, 2019, Hand casted bullseye glass, 55 x 59 x 15 cm
Eva Mag, I know you always liked yellow, 2019, Cast plastic and fibre glass, 170 x 60 x 30 cm facing Hilma af Klint, Vid Ankdammen, Watercolour, 38 x 26 cm
Eva Mag, I know you always liked yellow, 2019, Cast plastic and fibre glass, 170 x 60 x 30 cm & Yeah yeah..., 2019, Cast plastic and fibre glass, 160 x 40 x 40 cm
Eva Mag, Yeah yeah..., 2019, Cast plastic and fibre glass, 160 x 40 x 40 cm
Jon Rafman, Legendary Reality, 15m43s, 2018, Ed. 3/5 +1AP
Absalon Kirkeby, Selvportræt (Brødre), 2018,Inkjet Print, 141.50 x 107.60 cm, Edition 2 +1AP
Sara Cwynar, Cover Girl, 9m17s, 2018, color, sound
Sean Landers, Sexy vid with chicken, 1h33m27s, 1991, Single-channel video, Edition of 10 + 2AP
Austin Lee
Austyn Weiner
Chloe Wise
Oli Epp
Haley Josephs
Zachary Armstrong
Loup Sarion
Constance Tenvik
Stephen McClintock
Al Freeman
Canyon Castastor
Botond Keresztesi
Maja Djordjevic
Mike Shultis
Sarah Slappey
Matthew Palladino

Malmö Sessions

Organised with Erika Hellman and Svenska Hus AB

19.05.2019 – 11.08.2019

Ystadvägen 22, 214 30 Malmö, Sweden

Please email malmo@kostyal.com for more information.

 

Carl Kostyál Gallery
PRESS RELEASE

 

 

Carl Kostyál Gallery presents Malmö Sessions
Organized with Erika Hellman and Svenska Hus AB

Press preview: 18.05.2019 10:30am–12:30pm (RSVP to malmo@kostyal.com )
Private view: 18.05.2019 (RSVP necessary)
Exhibition: 19.05.2019–16.06.2019
Opening times: Saturday–Sunday 12am–4pm

Address:
Ystadvägen 22
214 30 Malmö
Sweden

The multi-faceted exhibition, Malmö Sessions, brings almost fifty artists to Malmö, many for the first time. With an obsolete analogue image production facility as backdrop, the wide range of mediums and techniques presents an exhibition on image-making and portrayal in the digital era.

Participating artists:

Zachary Armstrong, Gina Beavers, Ellen Berkenblit, Anna Bjerger, Alfred Boman, Petra Cortright,
Canyon Castator, Sara Cwynar, Alex Da Corte, Maja Djordjevic, Buck Ellison, Oli Epp, Travis Fish, Gerasimos Floratos,
Al Freeman, Alex Gardner, Aaron Graham, Justin John Greene, Henry Gunderson, Haley Josephs, Cheyenne Julien,
Ilja Karilampi, Jordan Kasey, Botond Keresztesi, Basil Kincaid, Absalon Kirkeby, Hilma af Klint, James English Leary,
Jason Matthew Lee, Austin Lee, Éva Mag, Stephen McClintock, Joel Mesler, Jill Mulleady, Robert Nava, Karl Norin,
Oliver Osborne, Matthew Palladino, Jon Rafman, Loup Sarion, Ben Spiers, Constance Tenvik, Jim Thorell, Jake Troyli,
James Ulmer, Austyn Weiner, Cameron Welch and Chloe Wise.

 

In collaboration with collector Erika Hellman and Svenska Hus, the series of large exhibitions of new and international art, previously done in Stockholm by Carl Kostyál Gallery now reaches an audience in the whole Öresund region. Located in a building complex familiar to those locally that are interested in art, the project wishes to contribute to an already healthy art scene in Malmö.

Malmö Sessions is an intense exhibition in the spirit of participation. The exhibiting artists are active and known on an international art scene and three of them will also be participating in the 58th Venice Biennale in 2019 (Da Corte, Mulleady and Rafman). What connects the artists is a radical and expressive method in portraying the people, objects and subjects in our contemporary culture.

Carl Kostyál brought an extensive presentation of the work by Alex Israel to Stockholm in 2013. This was followed by large and institution-style exhibitions by Petra Cortright and Alex Da Corte in 2014, Austin Lee and Zhao Zhao in 2015 and Jon Rafman in 2016, to name but a few. A local group of artists headed by Alfred Boman, Jim Thorell and Karl Norin has also been shown in various constellations. Group exhibitions has shown the work of Klara Lidén, Matias Faldbakken, Jana Euler, Yngve Holen, Katja Novitskova, Fredrik Vaerslev, Ed Atkins, Oscar Murillo, Timur Si-Qin, Pamela Rosenkranz and many more. Carl Kostyál Gallery has its headquarters on Savile Row in London, where solo shows by Gina Beavers, Dora Maurer, Austin Lee, Jonathan Binet, Alfred Boman, Piotr Lakomy, Yu Honglei, Sara Cwynar, Peter Schuyff, Gedi Sibony, Helen Marten, Peter Coffin has taken place amongst many others. Since 2018 Carl Kostyál is also running an artist residency at Masseria Fontana di Vite close to Matera in south Italy.

Erika Hellman, collector and CEO of Gullringsbo Egendomar, has been working closely with Carl Kostyál for over a decade and has not only built a prominent collection of art by international and young but established artists. She has also actively co-produced exhibitions, done donations to museums and an enthusiastic lender to exhibitions. For this occasion, Erika Hellman is releasing a catalogue over Gullringsbo konstsamling, the first in a series to come.

Svenska Hus AB is one of Sweden’s biggest privately owned real estate companies. It develops properties in a sustainable manner and shares the eternal perspective for business with its’ mother company Gullringsbo Egendomar. The collaboration with Carl Kostyál comes from the insight that supporting contemporary art is a contribution towards a sustainable society.

Press is welcome to the private view on 18 May, 6–8pm, in the company of many of the artists, such as Jon Rafman, Gina Beavers and Austin Lee. The opening is followed by an afterparty organized by artist Ilja Karilampi with the danish act Erika de Casier performing along the dj SWEYN from London. RSVP necessary.

For images and artist interview enquiries, contact Oscar Carlson, stockholm@kostyal.com or +46(0)76 030 99 44
For all other enquiries, contact Harriet Kempton, hat@kostyal.com or +44(0)7971 924 322

Petra Cortright, “18 febbraio 1983” n 16 legge_future+shop”gai+noir”_HARDLINE , 2018
Digital painting on Belgian linen 121 x 231 x 3 cm

 

Sara Cwynar, Cover Girl , 2018
16 mm film on video with sound, 9 min. 17 sec.