Konsthallen Studio ABC

162 60 Vällingby, Sweden

Jämtlandsgatan 161
162 60 Vällingby
162 60 Vällingby, Sweden

konsthallen@studioabc.se

The gallery is located in a studio project for artists just outside Stockholm. There are 40 studios and in March 2021 the gallery opened, aiming to show artists from all over the world to locals and members of the studio project. There's one major gallery and one smaller Lounge that also holds shows.

Konsthallen Studio ABC started in March 2021 and has a continuous program with one or two new exhibitions each month. We show international and Swedish artists, as well as members of the studio house. Studio ABC is a non-profit and artist-run association with about 40 studios. The gallery is a part of this association and located in the same place. We are interested in networking and to be part of exchange exhibitions. Please come visit us 30 minutes from the city centre of Stockholm. Susanne Lund Pangrazio takes interest in the possibility of magical thinking, a form of thinking in the intersection between occult ideas and science. Her work explores the need to live with one foot in a magical reality to process events in the physical world that drastically affects us. Susanne works mainly with figurative painting and recurrently with sculptures in mixed materials. She will show a small body of new paintings at Supermarket. Art and-ceramic design duo Jarlform explores the shape in a consistent wait, a shape of something on hold and containing. Both Anna and Agnes have their roots in islands, and both bring inspiration from nature in constant change and timelessness. Their work moves in between mythical creatures and organic free form. The duo will show a piece of ceramic installation modeled in thin porslainclay withholding recessed lights.

Detail of work by Jarlform (sculpture) and Susanne Lund Pangrazio (painting), 2022. Photo: Fredrik Strandin
'Poise', 2022, oil on linen, 30 x 30 cm, by Susanne Lund Pangrazio. Photo by artist.
'Klustret', 2022, porcelain, by Agnes Jarl and Anna Eriksson/jarlform. Photo: Fredrik Strandin
Member exhibition at Konsthallen Studio ABC, March-April 2021. Photo: Mats Eriksson