Hanna Liden, ‘My deepest sympathies’, 2014, Public Art Fund 2017 Spring Benefit

Hanna Liden entered the New York art scene in the mid-2000s with a series of photographs of masked youths, menacing against the bleak landscape of her native Sweden. In recent years, she’s moved her operations indoors, creating still-life paintings and self-portraits with found props. The idiosyncratic nature of Linden’s signature humor is evident in My deepest sympathies. Linden has presented solo exhibitions at Maccarone and Salon 94 in New York, as well as group shows at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris, and the Whitney Museum, New York.

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