Bukowskis specialist Louise Wrede selects her favourites in the online auction
‘‘Art as passion – a contemporary collection’’
The pieces in the collection is a result of a passionate collecting for several years. Each object has been carefully chosen, and the auction includes young and contemporary Swedish art and photography. The collector who takes a great interest in the arts hopes the works in the auction will find new homes and become loved.
The patterns in Olle Borg's painting are based on complex numbers and have been built up in layers upon layers of colour. The colours mimic Humbrol's colour scheme, which has produced paint for building models, often related to military equipment. Borg's paintings are based on accurate mathematical calculations. They consist of geometric patterns and grids in the state of resolution – order while it's totally messed up!
In 2016, the photographer Emma Svensson collaborated with the Glada Hudik Theater on the exhibition Icons - an exhibition about the right to exist*. The collection was shown at Fotografiska in Stockholm and was created to make people visible who are rarely assigned a place in the public space. Icons recreate universal dreams and desire to be a part of society, art and pop culture.
Aida Cheregosha's photographies are cinematic. Her world of images is incredibly well planned with careful compositions and lighting. Chehregosha has previously worked with Angelika Knäpper Gallery and has been represented by Galerie Forsblom since 2016.
For Marion Crane is based on an excerpt from a dialogue from Hitchcock's film Psycho where the white effectively reflects the dialogue's silence. The dialogue becomes very noticeable when you read and follow it, especially in the long silence. The original for the text work For Marion Crane was made for the exhibition Filmen hundra år at Göteborgs konstmuseum 1996.