Andreas Eriksson
 
Andreas Eriksson was born in 1975 in Björsäter, Sweden, and lives and works in Medelplana, Sweden. He received his MA from the Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm (1998). Solo exhibitions include Skissernas Museum, Lund, Sweden (2017), Lidköpings Konsthall, Lidköping, Sweden (2013), MUMOK, Vienna (2008), Trondheims Art Museum (2005) and Nordiska akvarellmuseet, Skärhamn, Sweden (2005). Andreas Eriksson represented Sweden at the Venice Biennale in 2011. He has also participated at the Sao Paulo Biennal, Brazil (2012) and at the 5th Nordic Biennale of Contemporary Art, Norway (2009). He was awarded the Baloise Art Prize in 2007. Andreas Eriksson is represented in the collections of among other The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, Norway; Louisiana, Humlebæk, Denmark; Astra Zeneca, Lund, Sweden; ECB, Frankfurt, Germany; Göteborgs Konstmuseum; Landstinget Halland, Sweden; Moderna Museet, Sweden; MUMOK, Vienna, Austria.

Andreas Eriksson Website
Exhibitions
 
RESONANT 17 Jan - 22 Feb 2014
High, Low & in Between 15 Oct - 4 Dec 2010

Group Exhibitions
On Photography 21 Apr - 27 May 2017
Summer Show 14 Jun - 25 Aug 2012
FORMAT 13 Jan - 18 Feb 2012
Winter show 11 Dec 2010 - 8 Jan 2011
Real Inside Unreal Outside 26 Oct - 24 Nov 2007
 
Now Here
 
Group exhibition: NATUR - Home & Workplace, Johannes Larsen Museet, Kerteminde, Denmark
15 September - 9 December 2018
Website
Works
 


Andreas Eriksson Chine, 2017, oli and tempera on wainscot, 49 x 31,5 cm.


Andreas Eriksson Section, 2017, oli and tempera on wainscot, 49 x 31,5 cm.


Andreas Eriksson, Untitled, 2015, C-print on paper, 49 x 32,5 cm


Andreas Eriksson, Vault, 2016, Vinyl emulsion on marble dust ground linen, 60 x 40 cm


Andreas Eriksson, Shelter, 2016, Vinyl emulsion on marble dust ground linen, 54 x 35 cm


Andreas Eriksson, Untitled, 2013, Hand-woven yarn, 100 x 75 cm


Andreas Eriksson, First Idea Statement, 2008, C-print on MDF, 59 x 74 cm


Andreas Eriksson, A Second Time, 2008, C-print on MDF, 59 x 74 cm


Andreas Eriksson, A Second Time, 2007, Bronze, 150 x 100 x 70 cm


Andreas Eriksson, Almoso, Family Port, 2008


Andreas Eriksson, Painting And Timber, 2008