EVA HILD AT DJURGÅRDEN

By on April 8, 2017

This summer presents Galleri Andersson/Sandström a sculpture exhibition at Djurgården with the Swedish artist Eva Hild. The exhibition is initiated by H.K.H. Prince Daniel and arranged by Galleri Andersson/Sandström in collaboration with the Royal. Djurgården Administration.

Eva Hild has with her distinctive organic shapes become one of the most successful sculptors. She has also a strong position in the international art scene and is represented in major private and institutional collections around the world. At the Academy commemorative meeting of February 17, 2017 received Eva Hild Asmund and Lizzie Arles sculptor price.

The presentation by Eva Hilds sculptures follow up last year’s well-received and highly appreciated exhibition with Tony Cragg. The successful cooperation with the Royal. Djurgårdens management has resulted in Galleri Andersson/Sandström received a three-year mission to arrange sculpture exhibitions at Djurgården. This year’s exhibition will consist of six large scale Hild-sculptures installed on both sides along Djurgårdsbrunnskanalen.

Eva Hilds sculptures is like bodies exposed to pressure and movement. Cavities, air and emptiness of the sculptures defining them. Thus, one can say that there is absent that defines the present. Both the outside as the inside is presented and the most advanced forms express fragile fragility and powerful strength at the same time. The abstract forms moving in and out by themselves and despite the sculptures can be voluminous characterized most of a sensuous ease.

The material Eva Hild is often associated with is black or white painted stoneware but in the exhibition at Djurgården goes the artist up in format and works in aluminum. Deployed on Djurgården adds the interaction between nature and sculptures an extra dimension. The constantly shifting nature framed and changed through the cavities in Hild’s outstanding sculptures.

Over the years has Eva Hild conducted public art in large format, such as the two-piece Binary permanently placed at the Government Offices in Stockholm, Jakobsgatan 20. In June 2015 inaugurated the impressive, six meters high, white painted aluminum sculpture rubato standing by the canal outside the concert hall Malmo Live .

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