Hanna Lidén, latex paint and resin on canvas. Executed in 2012.
"Black Hole Sun IV". Canvas 51 x 40.5 cm.
The general impression is very good.
Carlson Gallery, London.
Private collection, Stockholm.
Born 1976 in Stockholm, Hanna is a New York-based artist who uses photography and sculpture to explore the iconographies of urban life. Being a vital part of New York City’s downtown art scene since the early 2000’s, Hanna was and is contemporary with friends such as Dash Snow, Dan Colen and Nate Lowman. Like her peers, she approaches subjects such as death and excitement with a sensitivity and a particularly Scandinavian sense of humor. Hanna has shown at Maccarone in New York City and Los Angeles, Lorcan O’Neill in Rome. She has two large public sculpture installations in New York – the Large Bagels on the Hudson River Park and in the Ruth Wittenberg Plaza, New York both commissioned by the Public Art Fund.
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