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Ann Edholm

Image No. 1 of Ann Edholm

I oviss timme, 2015, Oil on canvas 240 x 300 cm

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Trotz/Oswięcim, 4 x (240 x 200 cm), installation view, Galerie Nordenhake, Berlin, 2014

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Dialogos, 2012, textile, 7 x 28 m, commission for the Chamber of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (ECOSOC) at the UN headquarters, New York

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Trotz/Oswiecim, 2014, ink on paper, 42.5 x 35.5 cm each; In Spite of All, 2012, oil and wax on canvas, 200 x 175 cm, installation view, Galerie Nordenhake, Berlin

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Osipow, 2014, oil on canvas, 200 x 200 cm

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Terror I, 2014, oil on canvas, 240 x 240 cm

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Terror I, 2014, oil on canvas, 240 x 240 cm, detail

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Tongue on the Tip/The Way of Sorrow; Tongue on the Tip/0.10, Petrograd 1915; Tongue on the Tip/The End, 2011, oil on canvas, each 262 x 232 cm, installation view, abc 2011, Berlin

Image No. 9 of Ann Edholm

Siauliai, 2010, oil and wax on canvas, 262 x 232 cm

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Colmar I, 2006, oil on aluminium, spik/nail, 73 x 62,4 cm

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Tungan på ordet (Galla ) ("Cheek in the Tongue [Gall]" ), 2004, oil on canvas, 262 x 232 cm

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Mörker Röd ("Darkness Red"), 2003, oil on canvas, 247 x 232 cm

Ann Edholm (born in Stockholm, 1953) lives and works in Nyköping, Sweden. She has had solo exhibitions at Strandverket Art Museum, Sweden (2016), Millersgården (with Håkan Rehnberg) in Stockholm (2007), Göteborgs Konstmuseum (2003), and Uppsala Konstmuseum (2003). Her group exhibitions include the Södertälje Konsthall (2014), abc Art Berin Contemporary (2011), Moderna Museet in Stockholm (2010, 1995 and 1991),  Tirana International Contemporary Art Biennal in Albania (2009), Immanuel Kant State University in Kaliningrad (2006), IASPIS in Stockholm (1999), Rooseum in Malmö (1996 and 1992), Frankfurter Kunstverein in Frankfurt am Main (1995), and PS1 in New York (1988). In 2007 she was honored with an award from the Landstinget Sörmlands artist fund and was awarded with the second price of the Carnegie art Award 2012. In 2013 she realized a site specific commission for the ECOSOC Session Chamber at the United Nations headquaters in New York. She has been exhibiting with Galerie Nordenhake since 1994, most recently with "Den sjungande skogen" at Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm (2015) and "TROTZ" at Galerie Nordenhake, Berlin (2014).