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An Artist's Shine on Stage

March 21, 2023

Lisa Lundgren's paintings at times have presented as windows into and around theatrical stages that allude to an allegory about life her father told her as kid: "You enter the stage, you take off your hat, take the bow and descend and exit”. The unabashed unfussiness about the unsingularity of a single life speaks greatly to us in the C-print team.

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Vincent Haynes: Bankett

March 20, 2023

"In my paintings, I am very interested in the reiterating symbols and materials of wealth and power that surround the individuals posing as leaders and dignitaries in various ceremonial occasions.", shares Afro-German artist Vincent Haynes ahead of his upcoming solo exhibition Bankett at the Goethe-Institut Schweden in Stockholm.

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When C-print Met Sally

March 17, 2023

"Although I have painted my face, I am still hesitant to say it is my self-portrait.  In my studio, I am the most available person to paint", shares fast-rising painter Sally J. Han who for us is among the most exciting to watch right now and who is just on the cusp of experiencing a major breakout internationally.

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March 15, 2023

"There’s, as her practice has proven, never really a full closure with mourning but as a full circle this work is probably as close as she has gotten to it with her work just to date.", writes Ashik Zaman about Nadine Byrne's new solo exhibition at Saskia Neuman Gallery, seeing advancements rather than reiterations of "the same" from her.


March 9, 2023

Corina Wahlin sits down with the renowned artist and theatre director Karl Dunér for an in-depth interview surveying the crosspollination of artistic disciplines in his practice which amounts to fascinating results: “I work with audio elements very much in the same way I do with colour” he states.


Moderna Museet: Sleepless Nights

March 6, 2023

"Things are changing at the museum and the bloodlines are getting rejuvenated and while the 80's framing might sound like a contradiction, this exhibition sits very well with that", thinks Ashik Zaman, having previously felt displays of the collection to be on the more dullish side of things.

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