Christian Larsen (SE)
Christian Larsen opened its gallery in the Hudiksvallsgatan gallery district, Stockholm in 2007. The gallery’s focus is to present a mix of smaller exhibitions and larger scale presentations by both emerging and established artists from Sweden and internationally, many of whom have been widely exhibited in a global museum and gallery context. The gallery is committed to nourishing the careers of represented artists, while introducing to the general public other significant international artists who have rarely exhibited in Sweden.
Anton Alvarez (b.1980) graduated from the Royal College of Art, London, UK in 2012. Recent solo exhibitions include To Plan the Unexpected, Christian Larsen, Stockholm, Sweden (2017); Alphabet Aerobics, National Centre for Craft and Design, UK (2016); How Long is a Piece of Thread, Xue Xue Institute, Taiwan (2016); Wrapsody, Salon 94, NY (2015). In 2016 Alvarez was included in the exhibitions Color Your Life at Daelim Museum, Seoul, Korea and Wild Things at the Texture Museum, Belgium. 2017 also saw Alvarez complete his first public commission consisting of sixteen 3 meter tall extruded concrete columns for Tiundaskolan, Uppsala, Sweden. Alvarez’s work is included in the public collections of the National Museum, Stockholm, Sweden; Denver Art Museum, Colorado, USA and the Röhsska Museum, Gothenburg, Sweden as well as many prominent private collections.