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Stockholm, February 2013
Stockholm, October 2009
Stockholm, November 2003

Eva Löfdahl

Image No. 1 of Eva Löfdahl

Untitled, 2013, paint, aliminium, bronze, 47 x 175 x 84 cm

Image No. 2 of Eva Löfdahl

Telluric Touch, 2015, wood chips, steel, MDF, 2 parts: 47 x 50 x 20 cm, 40 x 50 x 15 cm

Image No. 3 of Eva Löfdahl

The Whirling Box or From Foot to Toe, Installation view, ModernaMuseet, 2011

Image No. 4 of Eva Löfdahl

Catch in orbit, 2003, iron, pigment, glass fibre concrete

Image No. 5 of Eva Löfdahl

Catch in orbit, 2003, iron, pigment, glass fibre concrete

Image No. 6 of Eva Löfdahl

Untitled, 2000, gips, steel wire, rice paper mache, 56 x 28 x 48 cm

Image No. 7 of Eva Löfdahl

Untitled, 1998, styrofoam, Installation view from Galerie Nordenhake

Image No. 8 of Eva Löfdahl

Modell F igen, 1995, aluminium, wood, rope, 9 x 70 x 50 cm

Image No. 9 of Eva Löfdahl

Io, 1993, sandblasted aluminium, dental rock, 62 x 62 x 47 cm

Image No. 10 of Eva Löfdahl

Korallöar (till det Trettioåriga kriget), 1993, sandblasted aluminium, wood, dental rock, 42 x 67 x 52 cm

Image No. 11 of Eva Löfdahl

Untitled, 1989, dental stone, oil and acrylic on MDF and wood, 115 x 180 x 122 cm

Image No. 12 of Eva Löfdahl

Untitled, 1987-88, acrylic on MDF-board, 64 x 64 x 22 cm

Eva Löfdahl was born in 1953 in Gothenburg, Sweden, and currently lives and works in Stockholm. Her work will be featured in a large-scale retrospective exhibition at the Moderna Museet, Stockholm in 2011, and in solo exhibitions in Lunds Konsthall and Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm (both in 2009). Past solo exhibitions include presentations at Krognoshuset Lund (2004), Moderna Museet, Stockholm (2002), and the Kunstraum Düsseldorf (1998), as well as three times at Galerie Nordenhake (most recently in 2013). She has participated in group exhibitions at Göteborgs Konstmuseum (2008), Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm (2007), and Finlands Arkitekturmuseum, Helsinki (2002). Her work is in the permanent collections of the Malmö Museum, the Moderna Museet, and the Wihuri Collection, Rovaniemi Konstmuseum, Finland.