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Jonas Dahlberg 


Stockholm, October 2015
Berlin, February 2010
Stockholm, May 2009
Stockholm, April 2008
Stockholm, August 2004
Berlin, March 2004

Jonas Dahlberg

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Installation view, Diorama, Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm, 2015 

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Music Box, 2015, 195.5 x 120 cm (77 x 47 1/4 inches), Black and white photograh on cotton paper, Edition 3/5 + 1AP


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The Path of the Sun, Finland, winning proposal, 2015

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Installation view, Diorama, Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm, 2015 

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July 22 Memorial Sites, Utøya and Oslo, winning proposal, 2014

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July 22 Memorial Sites, Utøya and Oslo, winning proposal, 2014

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Installation view, Hall of Mirrors, Göteborgs Konsthall, 2012

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Opera Scenography for Verdi's Macbeth, Premiered on June 13th 2012 (followed by15th, 18th, 21st, 24th, 26th), Grand Théâtre de Genève, Boulevard du Théâtre 11, Geneve. Director Christof Loy

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Shadow Room, 2011, Single channel installation, HD video, Black and white, silent, Duration 10:31 min, Loop, Installation view, Prospect 2, New Orleans, 2011

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Three Rooms2008, Three channel installation, HD video, black and white, silent, 26:58 min loop, dimensions 46 Inch LCD monitors, Installation view, Göteborgs Konsthall, 2011

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Production view, View Through a Park, 2009 

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Safe Zones No 11, 2006, Permanent installation at the Moderna Museet, Stockholm

Jonas Dahlberg was born in Uddevalla, Sweden, 1970. He has exhibited widely in many prestigious contexts. Recent solo exhibitions include "The Music Box" at Kunsthall Trondheim, Trondheim (2015), a self-titled show at Galerie Nordenhake, Berlin (2010), "Three Rooms", Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm (2008), "The First Minute Of The Rest Of A Movie" (with Jan Mancuska), Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn and Neue Kunsthalle St. Gallen, "Invisible Cities", Moderna Museet, Stockholm and FRAC Bourgogne, Dijon (2005), Centre pour l'image contemporain Saint-Gervais Genève, Geneva (2003), Magazzino d'Arte Moderna, Rome (2003), "One Way Street," IASPIS, Stockholm (2002), and Index The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation, Stockholm (2001). His group exhibitions include presentations at Prospect II, New Orleans (2011), 1st Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art and "Flash Cube", Leeum Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul (2007), Santa Monica Museum of Art, California (2006), 26th Sao Paulo Biennial as national solo representative (2004), 50th Venice Biennial (2003), and Manifesta 4 (2002). Dahlberg's residencies include the ISCP in New York in 2004/05 and IASPIS in Stockholm 2000/2001. In 2017 he received the Dagens Nyheter´s Culture Award for his work on the 22 July National Memorial Site by Utøya, Norway. He currently lives and works in Stockholm.