Anders Kappel – Surveillance (new diptychs)

Anders Kappels new exhibition is about the construction and demolition. Construction and deconstruction. Control and crash. To reevaluate and rebuild. Overview and detail study. The paintings are done on acrylic glass and consist of diptychs (depicting drones), who provides an account of the events. On a split second when the drone crashes and hits the ground, camera eye goes out and the information is lost. The opening is on Saturday, October 3, at 12:00 to 16:00.

Anders Kappel is educated at the Art Academy in Stockholm between 1982-87 and then had a studio grant at the Künstlerhaus Bethanien in Berlin 1988-89. He lives and works in Simrishamn, Skåne. He has worked on diptychs since his debut at Galleri Gunnar Olsson in Stockholm in 1986 and sees his artistic work as an ongoing process since 1983. Anders is also at the moment producing public works for and to the new City Line at Odenplan, Stockholm.


Vernissage on Saturday, October 3, at 12-16 Wadström Tönnheim Gallery, at Skanörs Hantverksby, Falsterbovägen 32. The exhibition will run until 25/10. Open Fri 13-17 and Sat – Sun 12-16.


Selected Solo Exhibitions:

Gallery Sten Eriksson, Stockholm

Künstlerhaus Bethany, Berlin

Galerie Hartwich, Rügen

Björkholmen Gallery, Stockholm

Galleri Andersson / Sandström, Umeå

APA Gallery, Stockholm

Galerie Leger, Malmö


Selected Group Exhibitions:

Ostrale 13, Dresden

Pusan Metropolitan Art Museum

Moderna Museet, Stockholm

Malmö Art Museum

Fukui, Iwaki, Gunma, Kumamoto, Tokushima and Kamakura Museum, Japan

Rooseum (Edstranska grant 1999)

Royal College of Art, London

Kampnagel Fabrik, Hamburg

Nationalmuseum, Stockholm

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