They are caught between the awareness of themselves and the transcendent experience of the external object. 1970) is a painter and Professor of Fine Art at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm, Sweden. Her work has been shown in numerous international institutions including Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, Borås Konstmuseum, Borås, the Contemporary Art Museum, Houston, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and the Dallas Center for Contemporary Art.
Her work is part of public and private collections including the Borås Konstmuseum, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita and the Yale University Art Gallery in New Haven.
In addition to her work as a painter, she has edited and published several scholarly books and anthologies on painting including Sigrid Sandström: The Site of Painting (Art & Theory: 2016), Studio Talks: Thinking through Painting (Arvinius Orfeus: 2015) and Grey Hope: The Persistence of Melancholy (Antopia: 2013).
Copies of her most recent publication, The Site of Painting, will be available in conjunction with her show at the gallery.
Sandström’s practice actively interrogates the methods by which viewing initiates and elicits thought and cognition.
Anat Ebgi is pleased to present Other Places, the gallery’s second solo show by the Swedish painter Sigrid Sandström, opening July 30 and on view until August 27.You may have to register with Pay Pal in order to use their services.Pay Pal uses the payment-related information that they receive from you in order to fulfill requests to process payment transactions, to facilitate billing, and to otherwise deliver payment services.As a gestural template, each painting comprises an assortment of brushstrokes impastoed onto intimately-scaled panels colored vividly with swatches of magenta, industrial yellow and concrete grey.With wide gestures applied alongside delicately-painted trompe l’oeil motifs, Sandström situates the dialectic of her practice relationally to the perspective of the viewer.