Grundemark Nilsson Gallery was first established 2007 in Stockholm, Sweden and are also based in Berlin, Germany since 2010. At AIPAD 2017 the gallery shows works from Sascha Weidner and Henrik Strömberg.
Sascha Weidner´s work deals with the ”search of a refuge, where utopia orchestrates reality and viceversa”.
He has won numerous prestigious awards, such as the Award for Photographic Art of the Alison & Peter Klein Foundation and in 2010 he won the Berlin Art Prize, awarded by the Academy of the Arts Berlin. Weidner’s work has been shown in numerous solo and group exhibitions as well as in public and private collections. Since tomorrow was his solo show at C/O Berlin, Germany in 2011. In 2014 Sascha Weidner has been named as the inaugural winner of the entrepreneur 4.0 award. The work for the exhibition Aokigahara also arose during his residency program at the Villa Kamogawa in Kyoto, Japan. In 2012 he was appointed a member of the German Photographic Society. Sascha Weidner was finalist of the Otto-Steinert-preis 2013.
Sascha Weidner lived 1976-2015, born in Osnabrück, Germany. He studied Photography, Painting and Communication Design at the University of the Arts in Brunswick, Germany.
The quality of Henrik Strömberg’s work constitutes itself in the austere composition, from which results this certain inward-looking nature, a deep and universal self-reflection. His view penetrates the invisible, seizes it and gives it a shape. A connection is created between the inside and the outside, the true essence of things and the mere sense of things.
Henrik Strömberg was born 1970 in Sweden, he lives and works in Berlin, Germany. He is educated at FAMU, Academy of Performing Arts, Prague – MA Photography, 1999 and Camberwell College of Art, London Institute – BA Fine Art, 1997.
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