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Exclusive studio visit with David Eisenhauer and Friends

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Category: Exhibit
Start date: 16 May 2018 05:00 PM
End date: 16 May 2018 09:00 PM
Street / Location: Skeppargatan 23
City / town: Stockholm
Country: Sweden
Organizer: American Club of Sweden
Name: Deborah Duerr
Email: deborah@galleriduerr.com
Phone: +46703073432
Homepage: mailchi.mp/galleriduerr/exclusive-studio-visit-with-david-eisenhauer-and-friends?e=b34ef5d9cd

Welcome to an intimate evening in the studio of American/Swedish artist David Eisenhauer, with friends and photographers Natalia Mikkola, Paul Quant and Kristoffer Ekman. Light refreshments will be served and you will even have the opportunity to purchase an original piece of your very own!

WHERE? Skeppargatan 23, basement level
WHAT TIME? Please R.S.V.P. for a specific time slot. 5.00 ? 7.00 pm or 7.00 ? 9.00 pm
R.S.V.P. via Eventbrite. Space is limited so hurry to sign up!

DAVID EISENHAUER began experimenting with sculpture and painting in the early 70's in ways that reflected his enduring love of geometry, structure and the dynamics of unfolding visual experience. With his feet firmly planted in the Bauhaus tradition, David also drew upon his interest in Russian Constructivism, Art Deco and Dadaism as well as more recent movements like Minimalism and Postmodern architecture.

NATALIA MIKKOLA paints with her camera lens - exploring exotic places, creating mystical scenes blurring the boundaries between the real and the imagined. Her stark images of Iceland, Karelia, Victoria Falls and South Africa?s magnificent wildlife are proof that Natalia does not merely document.

PAUL QUANT began his career in the lab of Statens Materialverk (FMV) in 1977, learning directly from old school photographers. Searching for just the right image, mood and composition shows his genuine love and respect for the craft itself. Mistakes and lessons learned during these elaborate processes are often inspirational in his various creative work.

KRISTOFFER EKMAN is in constant search for places ?in between?. Sometimes these appear with clarity, and then again, with some interruption the uncertainty returns. Growing up on the edge of the forest, he often return to the same place, finding it simultaneously silent and full of life. Mountains, bridges and former factories can also also appear in his images, as he finds himself returning to the question of how energy endures in a place that once teemed with life, but today is silent.

Two time periods are offered: 5-7 pm and 7-9 pm
Light refreshments will be served.
You may come and go as you like.

For more information, please contact
Deborah Duerr, tel +46703073432