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Emelie Sandström, Tyger, 2019 (Stained glass and bronze, 114 x 40 x 48 cm).
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Emelie Sandström, Some of Them Have the Face of Dogs, 2018 (Copper, pewter and stained glass, 40 x 40 x 1 cm + 250 cm chain). Courtesy of Pina Vienna.
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Installation view.
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Emelie Sandström, Väktare (detail), Malmö, 2017. (13 bronze sculptures between 2 and 6 meters high). Public sculpture commissioned by Region Skåne.
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Installation view. Courtesy of Galleri Thomassen.
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Emelie Sandström, Godhead, 2018 (Bronze and stained glass, ca 140 x 60 x 1,5 cm). Courtesy of Pina Vienna.
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Emelie Sandström, The Fumes of Blood (detail), 2019.
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Installation view. (Courtesy of Loyal Gallery).
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Emelie Sandström, Angel of Light, 2019 (Bronze, 170 x 50 x 50 cm).
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Emelie Sandström, The Hermit, 2018 (Pine wood and forged iron, ca. 140 x 35 x 140 cm). Courtesy of Sikås Arts Centre.
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Installation view.
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Installation view of Hin at Galleri KHM.
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Installation detail from Hin at Galleri KHM.
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Emelie Sandström, Tyger, 2019 (Stained glass and bronze, 114 x 40 x 48 cm).
some-of-them-have-the-face-of-dogs.jpg
Emelie Sandström, Some of Them Have the Face of Dogs, 2018 (Copper, pewter and stained glass, 40 x 40 x 1 cm + 250 cm chain). Courtesy of Pina Vienna.
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Installation view.
väktare2.jpg
Emelie Sandström, Väktare (detail), Malmö, 2017. (13 bronze sculptures between 2 and 6 meters high). Public sculpture commissioned by Region Skåne.
thomassen.jpg
Installation view. Courtesy of Galleri Thomassen.
godhead.jpg
Emelie Sandström, Godhead, 2018 (Bronze and stained glass, ca 140 x 60 x 1,5 cm). Courtesy of Pina Vienna.
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Emelie Sandström, The Fumes of Blood (detail), 2019.
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Installation view. (Courtesy of Loyal Gallery).
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Emelie Sandström, Angel of Light, 2019 (Bronze, 170 x 50 x 50 cm).
the-hermit.jpg
Emelie Sandström, The Hermit, 2018 (Pine wood and forged iron, ca. 140 x 35 x 140 cm). Courtesy of Sikås Arts Centre.
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Installation view.
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Installation view of Hin at Galleri KHM.
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Installation detail from Hin at Galleri KHM.

Emelie Sandström

  • Emelie Sandström organically fuses together medieval iconography and science fiction, religion and magic, primitive art and virtual reality, distilling in her work contemporary aesthetics and trends, yet conceptually incorporating a richer nexus of political and idiosyncratic interests. Bending and spontaneously plying hard materials like stained glass, bronze, copper, wood, but also producing ethereal works on paper — her art is able to be poetic, oneiric and infused of a unique and personal sensitivity while still in contact with poignant ethical questions of nowadays’ world.

    Emelie Sandström (1986, Stockholm) graduated with a MFA at Malmö Konsthögskolan in 2015 and had solo exhibitions at Nevven Gallery (2019), Sikås Art Center (Sikås, 2018), Galleri Ping Pong (Malmö, 2016), Galleri KHM (Malmö, 2015), H. Bergdal Gallery (Malmö, 2014) and Bror Hjorts Hus (Uppsala, 2014). Sandström was also included in group exhibitions at Gallery Pina (Wien, 2018), Galleri Thomassen (Göteborg, 2018), Galerie A.M.180 (Prague, 2018), Malmö Konstmuseum (Malmö, 2017), Ystads Konstmuseum (Ystad, 2017), Loyal Gallery (Stockholm, 2016), Galleri Riis (Stockholm, 2015), Galleri Nicolai Wallner (Copenhagen, 2015) and her work is included in the public collection of Malmö Konstmuseum, Bror Hjorts Hus, Region Skåne, Lunds Kommun, Uppsala Kommun and Uppsala Läns Landsting. Emelie Sandström lives and works in Malmö.

  • Exhibitions

    Spirit Farm
    May 23 — Jun 16, 2019

  • Press

    Emelie Sandström at Nevven Gallery / Göteborg
    Daily Lazy — Jun 14, 2019

    ‘Spirit Farm’ by Emelie Sandström at Nevven Gallery, Gothenburg
    Tzvetnik — Jun 4, 2019

    Emelie Sandström "Spirit Farm" at Nevven
    KubaParis — May 29, 2019

  • CV

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