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Patrick Nilsson CV

Patrick Nilsson

Born 1966

Education

  • 2002-04 Konstlab. Valand College of Fine Arts, Gothenburg, Sweden
  • 1992-97 Royal College of Fine Art, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 1993-94 Royal College of Fine Art, Copenhagen, Denmark

Solo shows

  • 2015 “Dead Bastards”, Galleri Flach, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 2013 Gothenburg Museum of Art, Gothenburg, Sweden
  • 2013 Uppsala Museum of Art, Uppsala, Sweden
  •  2012 “You stink! (and so do I)” Galleri Thomas Wallner, Simris, Sweden
  • 2011 “Lite von Oben/ Slightly von Oben”, Galleri Flach, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 2010 “Vanligt hyggligt folk”, Museum Anna Nordlander, Skellefteå, Sweden
  • 2010 “Refreshments could be found next door”, Galleri Thomassen, Gothenburg, Sweden
  • 2009 Akershus Kunstsenter, Lilleström,  With Andreas Soma, Norway.
  • 2008 “You don´t have to be a weathergirl to see where the wind is blowing”, Mia Sundberg Galleri, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 2006 “Boss-Level”, Mia Sundberg Galleri, projectroom The Wall, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 2006 “Tea was offered but was politely rejected”, Galleri Thomassen, Göteborg, Sweden
  • 2006 “Boss-Level”, Slottet i Gävle och Hälsinglands Museum, Sweden
  • 2005 “Månadsbilder”, Mia Sundberg Galleri, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 2003 “Bara pojkstreck”, Mia Sundberg Galleri, the project Wall, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 2002 ÖKS/ Fredrikstad, Norway. Together with Andreas Soma.
  • 2002 “Sensmoral or Death”, Schaper-Sundberg Galleri, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 2002 Konstnärshuset/ Stora Galleriet, Stockholm, Sweden. Together with Thomas Karlsson.
  • 2001 Wågermanska Konsthallen, Skärhamn, Sweden. Together with Maria Hall.
  • 2000 Schaper-Sundberg Galleri, the project Wall, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 1996 Galleri Mejan, Royal College of Fine Arts, Stockholm, Sweden

Group shows

  • 2014 Inauguration show, The Hangmenproject, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 2014 Strandverket Konsthall, Marstrand, Sweden
  • 2012 “At the end of the world”, Rogaland, Norway
  • 2012 “Clouds/Moln”, Skissernas Museum, Lund, Sweden
  • 2012 Bristol Biennal, Bristol, UK
  • 2011 “Painterly Delight”, Ystad Konstcentrum, Sweden
  • 2010 “Painterly Delight”, Art Center Silkeborg, Denmark
  • 2010 “Mannen – bilden av mannen” i konsten, Uppsala Konstmuseum, Sweden
  • 2010 “Like no place known”, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia
  • 2009 Patrick Nilsson, Felice Hapetzeder and Katarina Eismann at Uppsala Museum of Fine Art
  • 2009 “Et In Arcadia Ego”, Thornton Room, New York, USA
  • 2009 “Something in the air”, Beaver Projects, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • 2009 “Format P”, Polish Art Magazine.
  • 2008 “FUKT” #7, Norwegian-German magazine for contemporary drawing
  • 2008 “The Troposphere”, The Hampshire House, New York, Denmark
  • 2007 “Det finns mer i livet än färg och form (fast inte mycket)”, Stavanger, Norway
  • 2007 “MARKET”, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 2007 “Privat skulptur”, Studio 44, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 2007 “Barnet i samtidskonsten”, Haninge and Tyresö Konsthall
  • 2006 Source 14. Source Video Magazine of Contemporary Art.
  • 2006 Kabusa Konsthall, Sweden.
  • 2006 CMYK-TV. Artvideo program. Broadcasted in the Gothenburg region.
  • 2005 “Pretend I´m not here”, CEAC, Xiamen, PR China
  • 2005 “Maktens mening”, Studio 44, Stockholm
  • 2005 Art Fair, Sollentuna, Sweden with Mia Sundberg Galleri
  • 2004 “KonstLab 2003″, Göteborgs Konstmuseum, Gothenburg, Sweden
  • 2004 Armory show, New York with Raid Gallery, Los Angeles
  • 2003 “Action Work”, Biblioteksgatan 11, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 2003 Diesel New Art, Nybroplan, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 2003 “Open Source”, Mia Sundberg Galleri, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 2003 “Wunderland”, Ostrava, Check Republic
  • 2003 “Wunderland”, Kiruna, Sweden
  • 2001 Localmotives.com. Norwegian website and magazine
  • 2000 “1maj 2000″, av-mobil in cooperation with SvD Webgalleri
  • 2000 “Reasons for knocking at an empty house”, av-mobil, Sundbyberg, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 1999 Galleri 54, Göteborg,Sweden
  • 1999 Unwanted advertisement project in Paletten and Nordic Art Review
  • 1998 av-mobil application for Principal of Royal College of Fine Arts in Stockholm
  • 1998 “Blå Himmel”, artist book project
  • 1998 av-mobil, Barnängsgatan 11, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 1997 av-mobil and #305 project no 1, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 1997 Life Foundation: “Bobs Artparty”, Sturecompagniet, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 1997 “A Grand Day Out”, Hide Kalkbrott, Gotland, Sweden
  • 1996 Bergrummet, Konstepidemin, Gothenburg, Sweden
  • 1995 Galleri Rotor, Gothenburg, Sweden
  • 1993 “Kropp”, Malmö Konsthalls annex, Sweden
  • 1993 “Invasion”, Millesgården, Stockholm, Sweden

Represented

  • Moderna Museet
  • Västerås Museum of Fine Arts
  • Museum of Modern Art, Gothenburg
  • Uppsala Museum of Fine Arts
  • State Council of the Arts
  • City of Gothenburg Culture Council
  • Private and corporate collections

Awards and Grants

2011 NKD, Dale, Norway, residency
2008-09 IASPIS/ISCP New York 1 year
2007 Konstakademin. Grez-sur-Loing
2006 Bildkonstnärsnämndens 2-åriga arbetsstipendium
2005 Foundation Längmanska
2003 Diesel New Art 2003, category Draw
2001 Bildkonstnärsnämndens 2-åriga arbetsstipendium
1999 NIFCA Travelling grant
1997 Ragnar och Hilma Svenssons Grant, Ak:s Särskilda Support Grant, Therese o Knut Anderssons Grant, Brucebo Grant (Gotland)
1996 Helga Ax:son-Jonssons Travelling grant
1995 Anders Sandrews stiftelse

Commissioned work

2009 Kvarteret Bouleklotet, commissioned by Familjebostäder
2008 Proposal for Slottegymnasium, commissioned by Ljusdal Kommun
2006 Kallhälls sporthall, commissioned by Järfälla Kommun
2006 Gävle sjukhus, commissioned by Landstinget Gävleborg
2004 Mimers hus, Kungälv/Sweden, by Wingårdhs architects, commissioned by Statens Konstråd/State Council of Arts

Books and catalogues

“Format P”, Polish Art Magazine.
“FUKT” #7, Norwegian-German magazine for contemporary drawing.
“Det finns mer i livet än färg och form (fast inte mycket)”. Text in catalogue by Power Ekroth. Only in Swedish.
“Undersökning pågår”. Gävleborgs Landsting. Text by Anders Jansson. Only in Swedish.
“KonstLab 2003″. Interviews with Charlotte Gyllenhammar, Pål Hollender, Göran Christensson and Madeleine Leijohufvud. Only in Swedish.
“Blå Himmel”, artist book project