BERG Contemporary at Market Art Fair 2017
BERG Contemporary will be part of Market Art Fair’s 12th edition, taking place at Fargfabriken in Stockholm, March 24th-26th 2017. With leading galleries from Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland participating, BERG Contemporary will be in good company, where the fair will showcase an exclusive selection of the most interesting art on the Nordic art scene, while focusing on carefuly curated solo or duo projects.
Market Art Fair is the leading Nordic fair for contemporary art and has become an important meeting place for collectors and art professionals. It was founded by a group of gallerists in 2006 and represents the leading galleries from Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland and Finland.
Market Art Fair features an ambitious programme of talks and projects and arranges a VIP programme for international collectors and art professionals.
In other news
Kees Visser at Neskirkja Church
On Sunday 18th of February will open an exhibition in Neskirkja Church of a series of 14 paintings by KEES VISSER, CRUX. The opening takes place directly after mass which begins at 11. Alongside the exhibition, BERG Contemporary will have on display sketches in direct correlation to the paintings on the upper floor of the gallery. On
SIGURÐUR GUÐJÓNSSON nominated for Icelandic Art Prize
SIGURÐUR GUÐJÓNSSON has been nominated as for this year’s Icelandic Art Prize, for his show ‘Inlight‘. This will be the first time the award is given, The Icelandic Visual Arts Council is the founder of the prize, who’s aim is to honour and promote outstanding Icelandic contemporary art and encourage new artistic forms and creation. The
Steina and Woody Vasulka at Pori Museum from 23 March 2018 – 2 September 2018
At Pori Museum, Steina and Woody Vasulka’s analogue videos and experiments with lens-based media and digital processors from the early seventies to the late nineties will be shown in the exhibition STEINA AND WOODY VASULKA: ART OF MEMORY. The Vasulkas’ methods anticipated the virtual modes of image-making that are dominant today. Steina (born 1940, Reykjavík)