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EXHIBITIONS AT
GALERIE NORDENHAKE

Stockholm, November 2011
Stockholm, August 2007
Berlin, March 2003
Berlin, October 2001

Magnus Wallin

Image No. 1 of Magnus Wallin

Method, 2011, 3 Human Skulls, 21 x 43 x 15 cm

Image No. 2 of Magnus Wallin

Instruction, 2011, oil paint, bronze, 22 x 18 x 11 cm, Edition of 3 + 1 AP

Image No. 3 of Magnus Wallin

Clean, 2010, patent black bronze, 49 x 49 x 6 cm,  Edition of 5

Image No. 4 of Magnus Wallin

Once upon a time, 2007, aluminium, 39 x 22 x 12 cm, Edition of 5

Image No. 5 of Magnus Wallin

Institute, 2006, white painted bronze, white bin bag, Edition of 5, Life size

Image No. 6 of Magnus Wallin

Lamp, 2007, bronze , 33 x 16 x 15 cm, Edition of 5

Image No. 7 of Magnus Wallin

Horizon, 2005, glass, metal casing, 14 x 4 x 6 cm

Image No. 8 of Magnus Wallin

Elements (film still), 2011, installation with projection, 3-D animated film, variable dimension, film 5,00 min. format 16:9 HD, Edition of 6 + 2 AP

Image No. 9 of Magnus Wallin

Mission, 2009, film still, installation with projection, 3-D animated film, variable dimension, film 5,46 min. format 16:9 HD, Edition: 6 + 2 AP

Image No. 10 of Magnus Wallin

Colony, 2009, film still, installation with projection, 3-D animated film, variable dimension, film 7,20 min. format 16:9 HD, Edition: 6 + 2 AP

Image No. 11 of Magnus Wallin

Anatomic Flop , 2003, installation with projection, 3-D animated film, variable dimension, film 3:00 min

Image No. 12 of Magnus Wallin

1. Formation 2, 2002, computer generated Lambda prints 250 x 175 cm
2. Monument 2, 2002, computer generated Lambda prints 250 x 175 cm
3. Position 1, 2002, computer generated Lambda prints 250 x 175 cm
4. SOLO serie 2002, Tensta Konsthall, Sweden, 2002

Magnus Wallin was born in 1965 in Kåseberga, Sweden, and currently lives and works in Malmö. Recent solo shows include the self-titled exhibition at Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm (2011), "Instrument", Millesgården, Stockholm (2009), "Black Box", Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C. (2006), "Anatomic Flop", MAGASIN, Grenoble (2005), “Solo”, Tensta Konstahall and Malmö Konsthall (2002), “Physical Sightseeing”, Boras Konsthall and Uppsala Konstmuseum (2001-2000), and “Skyline”, Moderna Museet, Stockholm (2000). During the last years, his works have been presented at, among other venues, CaixaForum, Barcelona (2006), the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid (2005), Tate Modern, London (2004), Art Unlimited, Art Basel (2002), Egofugal, 7th International Istanbul Biennial (2001), Hieronymus Bosch, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam (2001), Plateau of Mankind, 49th Venice Biennial (2001), Impakt Festival, Centraal Museum in Utrecht (2001), End of the World & Principle Hope, Kunsthaus Zürich (1999).