PETRA LINDHOLM 

COLLECTIVA GALLERY

Berlin

 

Solo Exhibition

 

Opening 22nd of September 2017

22.09 - 24.11

 

 

 

GALLERI MAGNUS KARLSSON

Stockholm, Sweden

18.02 -  19.03. 2017

 

Below the Horizon

With Susanne Johansson and

Johanna Karlsson

 

 

Petra Lindholm’s imagery contains abstracted reflections on our environment close to a collapse. Her act of zooming out to geological perspectives, ages or life cycles, generates a necessary counterposition. Current phenomena that interest her are how larger areas of ice and permafrost now melt and how traces of past life appears. Perhaps the traces of our own civilization will not be more than an abnormal discoloration in the bedrock about 50,000 years from now. Massive mountain landscapes are recurring in Lindholm’s work, inspired by a longer stay in Kathmandu. Her new works have been populated and describes a migration that is going on since the origin of man and the growing movement that occurs today.

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RENATA FABBRI GALLERY

Milano, Italy

19.09 - 29.10 2016

 

Beyond Landscape

Group Exhibition

Curated by Andrea Lerda

 

Landscape is alive.

Landscape speaks, sounds and draws the spaces it consists of.

It is made of earth, air, water, lights and shadows,

of gestures, actions, occurrences and intentions,

of voids and solids.

Landscape is not inside our mind, it is in our hands and in our eyes.

 

In line with a well-established path of investigation focusing on landscape as a ‘topos’, the exhibition Beyond Landscape aims to present and keep track of the practice of seven young artists – both Italian and international – whose artistic research deals with the same issue. READ MORE

RYMD KONSTRUM

Stockholm, Sweden

19.03 - 22.04 2016

 

I Call it the Universal Circle

Group Exhibition



 

 

”I call it the Universal Circle” är en grupputställning som önskar belysa, gestalta och påminna om en märkvärdig realism, den verklighet som omger oss. Bland annat genom att se på likheter och olikheter i strukturer som människan och naturen skapar, samt genom att närma sig sprickorna och mötena mellan dessa.

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BONNIERS KONSTHALL

Stockholm, Sweden

22.05 - 28.08 2016

 

Collected works! 30 years with the

Maria Bonnier Dahlin Foundation

Group Exhibition

Just what has happened in the Swedish art world since 1986? Over the past 30 years, the Maria Bonnier Dahlin Foundation has supported young artists. This group exhibition, featuring art from all 79 grant recipients, will offer a unique overview of Swedish art history.

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FISKARS SUMMER EXHIBITION

Fiskars, Finland

15.05 - 25.09 2016

 

Kasvu, Tillväxt, Growth

Group Exhibition

ELVERKET

Ekenäs, Finland

5.9 - 13.12.2015

 

Toppenhits

Group Exhibition

Toppen Hits is a collective show put together by curator Juha-Heikki Tihinen, of works by artists who have exhibited either at Elverket or Sinne, or both. The exhibition as whole, which comments on temporality, will change regularly, encouraging viewers to consider how an exhibition experience can differ between visits, and how previous experiences affect both people’s responses to art and their visits to an exhibition.

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KARIS GÅGATA

Raseborg,  Finland

Public Commission art work

Water fountain Unio Crassus

19.05.2015

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THE MUNICIPAL GALLERY BWA

Bydgoszcz, Poland

 

Heat Wave

Opening 4th of July 2017, 18:00.

04.07 - 20.08

 

 

 

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Interview: Towards the Whiteout

Towards the Whiteout

 

Artist Petra Lindholm whose body of work notably has seen her working with the medium of video speaks to us in the interview about arriving at a new distinctive process of working with imagery. Her beautiful new exhibition “Whiteout” at Galleri Magnus Karlsson, inspired by recent travels to Katmandu, allegorizes and shines light on the way we live our lives today, seeking affirmation by a constant chase for the next thrill and high. READ MORE

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Web presentation Nr. 48

Towards the Virgin Mouontains

By: Andrea Lerda

 

 As a symbol for today's need to reach the top, socially speaking; as an occasion for self-affirmation (Empty Vessels, 2014); or else as the tendency to impel an ever increasing number of people to undertake climbing expeditions that were once only accessible to the most expert climbers. An example is what happens on Mount Everest, which for some time has been the destination of "mountain enthusiasts" who have invented a new form of high altitude mass tourism. This is a phenomenon that sadly demonstrates the incivility of humanity due to its natural disposition to leave traces of its passage wherever it goes (the reference is to the rubbish left along the roadsides).

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GALLERI MAGNUS KARLSSON,

Stockholm, Sweden

 

Whiteout, Solo Show

17.01 -  15.02. 2015

 

In Petra Lindholm’s last exhibition at the gallery (For Anne Marie, 2011) she started to work more three-dimensionally. A series of ceramic sculptures, hand-colored photographs and two light installations (thin layers of fabric placed in front of light sources) was shown together with the video that constituted the hub of the exhibition. The process of making these works gave a taste for more and when she now returns with the exhibition Whiteout, the physical and tactile has a central role.

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COLLECTIVA GALLERY, Berlin

Solo Show,  12.09 - 31.10 -14

SCANDINAVIA HOUSE, NYC, US

 

Voyage to the Virtual, Group Show

24.01 -  04.04. 2015

 

CHART ART FAIR, Copenhagen

Galleri Magnus Karlsson

29.08-31.08-14

VILLA SCHILDT, Finland

Summer exhibition

10.06 - 31.08 -14

GALLERIA AMA, Helsinki,

 28.03 - 27.04  -14

KONSTRUNDAN! Open Studios

06.09- 7.09 -14