The ambition of Linnman Gallery is to work with contemporary art from Swedish and International artists in an environment that inspires both exhibitors and visitors. The exhibitions are located to the upper level in the old match factor, approx. 240 sq meters. The high ceiling, 9-12 meters, opens great possibilities for artists working in large formats.
Our aim is to attract a large audience and support the general cultural interest in the region.
Exhibition opens may 18 and ends june 5.
Finissage friday 1 june 16.00–19.00.
This is the first Christmas exhibition at Linnman Gallery and contains a selection of art prints, exhibition posters and lithographs.
Vernissage friday 2, 16.00–19.00.
Exhibition ends december 30.Read more
Mats Andersson, Jönköping Sweden. Photography. November 4–November 26, 2011
Litomania. Lithographs etc. December 2–December 30, 2011
Emelie Berglund, Jönköping Sweden. Paintings. January 27–February 18, 2012
Jesper Waldersten, Mariefred Sweden. Paintings. March 2–March 24, 2012
Matilda Kästel, Stockholm Sweden. Glass art. April 13–May 5, 2012
Alvreten. Jönköping Sweden. Photography part I. May 18–June 5, 2012
Destination Jönköping. Visionary. Jönköping Sweden. Mixed June 9–June 30, 2012
Alvreten. Jönköping Sweden. Photography part II. August 10–August 25, 2012
Mats Anderson, Jönköping Sweden. Paintings. August 31–September 22, 2012
Takuji Kogo, Fukuoka, Japan. October 6–October 17, 2012
Jennie Ekström, Stockholm Sweden. Paintings. October 19–October 10, 2012
xxxx. November 16–November 28, 2012
Jan Rydén, Stockholm Sweden. Paintings. November 30–December 29, 2012
Just finished with her Master degree at University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm the glass artist Matilda Kästel will exhibit at Linnman Gallery.
” My work is based on phenomena which I find peculiar, bizarre even, but often constitute norms and are considered to be completely normal. I am particularly interested in power structures and how they affect the way we interact with each other and the surrounding world.
I also want to include a contradictory experience in my work; the meeting between beauty and discomfort. Objects that at first sight are perceived as decorative, but at a closer look turn out to be something more than that. That turns out to be something else than what was expected, another dimension for the viewer to see. Something that doesn’t quite add up to the picture, that provokes the viewer to question preconceptions.
The exhibition opens april 13 and closes may 5 2012.Read more
Photo artist Mats Andersson is launching his and co-author David Söderlinds book ”The woods of John Bauer”. Suggestive pictures from the woods that have inspired so many artists in their work. We will also show pictures from the book “A few seconds of eternity”, produced by Mats Andersson and photo artist Anna Clarén with text from David Söderlind.
This will be the first exhibition of photo art at Linnman Gallery. But not the last…
The exhibition opens November 4 and closes November 27.Read more
The artist Emelie Berglund is born in Jönköping and will do her first solo exhibition at Linnman Gallery. Emelies paintings will leave no visitor untouched.
Opening 2012, January 27 and closes February 18.Read more
Jesper Waldersten will present his exhibition ”Royal Leftovers” at Linnman Gallery in March 2012. A series of paintings that show Walderstens talent of style, tempo and humor.
Opening 2012, March 2 and closes March 24.Read more
Glaskonstnär Kjell Engman arbetar med detaljrikedom, infall, överraskning och motsägelser. Varje sinne ska få sitt. Samtidigt älskar han renhet, enkelhet, ordning och stillhet.
“Mitt skapande utgår från livets cirkel. Jag vill forma glas som känns, som talar till alla våra sinnen. Utnyttja brytningarna och ljuset. Skapa bilder och berätta. Jag drivs av själva sökandet där nyfikenheten, mystiken och mytologin är viktiga inslag. Glaset, den levande massan är min följeslagare.”
Utställningen “The Celebration of Life” visas på Linnman Gallery 23 september-15 oktober.Read more