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Your Personal Cocktail Invitation

Wednesday September 19, 2018, 6 PM

 
 

CFHILL cordially invite You and a guest to celebrate the opening of the exhibitions. Cocktails and exclusive preview.

Main Gallery
Mountains & Streams
Curated by Melanie Lum & Shi Zheng

White Gallery & Garden Gallery
Georg Oddner
Fruits & Portraits
Hilma af Klint
 
The Temple Series Collection

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

6–8 PM
Cocktail

Michael Elmenbeck
Michael Storåkers
Anna-Karin Pusic

RSVP by the 18 of September

Total numbers of guests (including yourself)
 
 
 
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Mountains & Streams
CFHILL is proud to present another snapshot of one of the hottest art scenes in the world right now. We recently invited our Stockholm audience to familiarise themselves with the dynamic Los Angeles scene in an exhibition that was also curated by Melanie Lum, an art advisor and curator. For Mountains & Streams, Melanie Lum has teamed up with her long time collaborator Beijing-based art advisor and curator Shi Zheng. This exhibition will be the fifth exhibition at CFHILL in recent times to highlight one of the current hot spots of the art world. Our previous zeitgeist-inspired exhibitions have touched down in places like New York, Tel Aviv, and London. Artists: Gao Weigang, Shi Zhiying, Yang Yongliang, Zheng Chongbin, You Jin, Yin Zhaoyang, Zheng Lu.  

 
 
 
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Georg Oddner: Portraits & Fruits
Georg Oddner learned his craft under one of the world’s greatest photographers: Richard Avedon. However, what he accomplished was entirely his own and he had a magnificent career with an unbelievable ability to come close whatever subject: He managed to capture the individual, or spirit, with all roles stripped away – just like in these pictures! Oddner had plenty of strings to his bow. CFHILL will be showing a selection from his series of incredibly beautiful still lifes and portraits.

 
 
 
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Hilma af Klint: The Temple Series Collection 
Her vision extended beyond the conceptual framework of her time and she injected her ideas into the works in the Temple Series, which she began working on in 1906. However, the world at large remained oblivious to her achievements for decades. CFHILL is proud for this unique opportunity to present six fine carpets featuring motifs from the series, translated into textile form. ASPLUND has developed the limited edition of hand-knotted rugs in collaboration with the Hilma af Klint Foundation, which CFHILL has the exclusive rights to sell.