June 27–June 30 and July 25–July 28, 11am to 5pm.
July 1 and July 29, noon to 4 pm.
Closed during Midsummer, June 22–June 26.
Closed, July 2–July 24.
Our Stockholm gallery will be closed Sunday, August 13 – Wednesday, August 23, due to installation. The gallery will open again with exhibitions by Tony Oursler and Adam Saks on Thursday, August 24, at 5–7 pm. Warm Welcome!
Hans Andersson, Tilda Lovell and Aida Chehrehgosha participate in the group exhibition IF YOU DON'T LIKE ART, GOODBYE, FUCK OFF, GO HOME… Art from Nordic Contemporary Art Collection, on view at Vestfossens Kunstmuseum in Norway through October 1st.
Jussi Goman, you have delighted the Finnish art scene with your signature color-drenched acrylic paintings that revel in mischievous distorted perspectives, allusions to art history, and the light-hearted exuberance of popular art. The plastic sheen of the acrylic paint and your unusual details endow your still life compositions and facial portraits with fresh, surprising content. Many viewers have noted a kinship between your style and the Fauves, especially Henri Matisse.
1. What is your relationship with art history?
In a career spanning over four decades, you have gained recognition as an extraordinarily gifted painter and draftsman. Over the years, you have reinvented your style many times: early in your career, you combined contemporary motifs with allusions to art history, and in the 1980s you drew inspiration from the masks of popular culture. Your recent work seems to fall somewhere between realism and surrealism.