"Looking at the Unconscious (Rose Quartz)"
Executed in 2011. Diptych, canvas 125 x 88 cm per part. Bepainted easle, rose quartz.
250 000 - 300 000 SEK
24 802 - 29 762 EUR
Fruit and Flower Deli, Stockholm.
Artissima Art Fair, Turin, Fruit and Flower Deli, Stockholm, 9 - 11 November 2012. Palais de Tokyo, Paris, "Nouvelles Vagues, The Black Moon", 20 June 2013 - 8 September 2013. Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Stockholm, "Baroque", 5 April - 19 October 2014.
Bonniers Konsthall och Silvana Editoriale, ed. Sara Arrhenius and others, "Ylva Ogland, She, an introduction", Stockholm, 2015, pictured p. 102-107, fullpage p. 105-106.
Ylva Ogland is one of the most significant contemporary artists of her generation. Ogland lives through her painting, within the creation of her art and virtually in the midst of the exhibition, in the performance. Her artistry is based on personal experiences, mythologies and the subconscious, where art history is constantly present. In her painting, she processes memories, herself and parallel worlds where the Oracle and her mirror twin Snöfrid have prominent roles. For Ogland, painting is her language. Ylva Ogland and Snöfrid are one. Hence the artist’s new name Ylva Snöfrid.
“Looking at the Unconscious (Rose Quartz)” from 2011 is an installation with two paintings on easels, with rose quartz crystals, placed so that the paintings reflect each other. The two paintings represent the artist herself and contain a peephole, a recurring feature in Ogland’s art where we become the voyeur through the eyes of the artist. The installation has been exhibited at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, 2013 and the following year at Kulturhuset Stadsteatern in Stockholm.
Ylva Snöfrid participates in a group show at Färgfabriken, Stockholm, "Children of the Children of the Revolution", 14 April - 19 August 2018.