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EXHIBITIONS AT
GALERIE NORDENHAKE

Berlin, October 2015
Stockholm, February 2012
Berlin, February 2011
Stockholm, February 2010
Stockholm, October 2007
Berlin, January 2007
Berlin, October 2003
Stockholm, September 2003

Håkan Rehnberg

Image No. 1 of Håkan Rehnberg

Tessinska Palatset

Image No. 2 of Håkan Rehnberg

Untitled, 2011, oil on plexi, 150 x 135 cm

Image No. 3 of Håkan Rehnberg

Murmuration, 2012, Galerie Nordenhake Stockholm, installation view

Image No. 4 of Håkan Rehnberg

Murmuration, 2012, Galerie Nordenhake Stockholm, installation view

Image No. 5 of Håkan Rehnberg

Untitled, 2012, oil on plexi, 170 x 150 cm

Image No. 6 of Håkan Rehnberg

For the Woodpecker, 2011, Galerie Nordenhake Berlin, installation view

Image No. 7 of Håkan Rehnberg

For the Woodpecker, 2011, Galerie Nordenhake Berlin, installation view

Image No. 8 of Håkan Rehnberg

Untitled, 2011, oil on plexi, 170 x 150 cm

Image No. 9 of Håkan Rehnberg

For the Woodpecker, 2011, Galerie Nordenhake Berlin, installation view

Image No. 10 of Håkan Rehnberg

Counter-moment, 2010, Galerie Nordenhake Stockholm, installation view

Image No. 11 of Håkan Rehnberg

And he stutters, 2007, Galerie Nordenhake Stockholm, installation view

Image No. 12 of Håkan Rehnberg

And he stutters, 2007, Galerie Nordenhake Stockholm, installation view

Håkan Rehnberg was born 1953 in Göteborg and currently lives and works in Stockholm. He has exhibited widely both in Sweden and internationally, with recent solo exhibitions at Moderna Museet Stockholm (2015), Galerie Nordenhake Stockholm/Berlin (2010, 2011, 2012), Malmö Konstmuseum (2007), Studio A (Otterndorf, 2006), Vida Konsthall (Halltorp, 2005), and Sønderjyllands Kunstmuseum (Tønder, Denmark, 2004), Liljevalchs Konsthall, Stockholm (2002). He has participated in group exhibitions that were presented at the Sydney Biennale (2010), Nationalmuseum, Stockholm (2009) National Art Museum of China, NAMOC (Beijing, 2008), the Moderna Museet (Stockholm, 2003), and the Helsinki City Art Museum (2002). In 2002, the artist was honored with the Carnegie Art Award, and his work was presented in the same year in the corollary exhibition at the Reykavik Art Museum. He has been a member of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts since 2000.