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Rickard Sollman: Total Zero

Total Zero, 2013, exhibition view, Rickard Sollman

I Drömtydning skriver Sigmund Freud att den medvetne konstnären, till skillnad från drömmaren, befinner sig i ett varaktigt extatiskt tillstånd. Rickard Sollmans utställning Total Zero kan på många sätt läsas som en dröm där betydelserna långsamt, steg för steg, friläggs för betraktaren. Det utvidgade medvetande som ”undandragandet av förståndets vakter” ger upphov till intar gallerirummet, och det omedvetna språket har med måleriets tekniker skapat en ny linjär berättelse. Read more

Thoralf Knobloch: 2012

Hanksville Inn, 2012

We have the great pleasure of presenting a series of paintings by the German artist Thoralf Knobloch for the first time at Galleri Flach.

Thoralf Knobloch belongs to an interesting and successful generation of artists that studied at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Dresden in the beginning of the 90s. He has, together with other internationally acclaimed artists such as Eberhard Havekost, Frank Nitsche and Thomas Scheibitz, developed a unique, and characteristic way of painting that in a strong and simultaneously scaled down way mediate a mystical and visually seductive imagery.

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LG Lundberg: Nya målningar

Längesen II, 2009, LG Lundberg

November 10 – December 18, 2011

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Johan Furåker: A Quest to Eliminate Self

Transitory, 2010, Johan Furåker

Who was Albert Dadas?

This is a question Johan Furåker asked himself, and began to investigate an unusual personality. In painting after painting, the artist has re-created places Albert Dadas might have visited; a man who lived at the end of the 1800s and suffered from a condition which was diagnosed as ‘Pathological tourism’, a compulsive need to go to foreign locations. Johan Furåker followed in his footsteps and the result of this exciting research trip is now presented in his first solo exhibition at Galleri Flach+Thulin.

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Jesper Nyrén 2009

Installation view: Jespler Nyrén, Galleri Flach 2009

Galleri Flach+Thulin har den stora glädjen att visa sin första separatutställning med Jesper Nyrén. Allt sedan sin studietid på Konsthögskolan i Stockholm (2002-07) har Jesper Nyrén hängivet studerat måleriet och dess mångfasetterade historia. På ett eget och högst personligt sätt har han under tiden utvecklat ett mångbottnat måleri som på en gång visar intressanta kopplingar till konsthistoriska referenser och nya strategier inom det samtida måleriet.

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LG Lundberg: Landskap medmera

Installation view; LG Lundberg Galleri Flach, 2009

 

 

 

 

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New Site/New Location, Group Show

New Site, New Location: Galleri Flach 2008

 Galleri Flach+Thulin, former Galleri Flach is delighted to open a gallery that content wise is both new and familiar. In a newly renovated space at Hälsingegatan 43, in the gallery district by Hudiksvallsgatan the gallery is now run by James Flach, Anna Thulin and Eva-Lotta Holm Flach, all with long experiences in the art business. With a focus on Swedish and international contemporary art the gallery will present seven to eight exhibitions a year, with both new and already established artists. Our ambition is to arouse the public’s curiosity and interest in contemporary arts great span and unpredictability presented in a new space. Read more