Jenny Carlsson in group exhibition at Bonniers Konsthall

January 22–Mars 29, 2020

Jenny Carlsson
Ljusaste natt (Upprest), 2019
Oil on canvas
130h x 160w cm
51.18h x 62.99w in
JC066

Installation view The Trees, Light Green: Landscape Painting – Past and Present, Bonniers Konsthall 

Photo: Jean-Baptiste Béranger

Installation view The Trees, Light Green: Landscape Painting – Past and Present, Bonniers Konsthall 
Photo: Jean-Baptiste Béranger

Installation view The Trees, Light Green: Landscape Painting – Past and Present, Bonniers Konsthall 
Photo: Jean-Baptiste Béranger

Installation view The Trees, Light Green: Landscape Painting – Past and Present, Bonniers Konsthall 

Photo: Jean-Baptiste Béranger

Installation view The Trees, Light Green: Landscape Painting – Past and Present, Bonniers Konsthall 
Photo: Jean-Baptiste Béranger

Installation view The Trees, Light Green: Landscape Painting – Past and Present, Bonniers Konsthall 
Photo: Jean-Baptiste Béranger

With this exhibition, Bonniers Konsthall sets out to grasp questions related to our historical and relationship to nature via the artistic genre of landscape painting. Alongside historical work the exhibition shows a number of contemporary artists, all tackling the tradition of landscape painting, and focusing their attention on nature and the environment. 

 

Selection of participating artist; Jenny Carlsson, Ann Böttcher, Carl Fredrik Hill, Elisabeth Frieberg, Lars Lerin, Sara-Vide Ericson, Sigrid Hjertén and more.