Galleri Flach (SE)
Pauliina Pietilä & Eva Lange
Galleri Flach was founded in Stockholm 1999 by James Flach and Eva-Lotta Holm Flach, exposing Swedish and International contemporary art. The gallery has a comprehensive, continuous and multi-faceted exhibition program focusing on highlighting interesting and significant artists in the framework of both solo and group exhibitions. The exhibition program includes contemporary painting, photography, video, sculpture and installations.
Pauliina Pietilä was born 1982 in Limajoki, Finland and graduated from Malmö Academy of Art in 2011 where she lives and works today. Already during her studies she received great attention for her thorough and suggestive paintings. In 2012 she received Maria Bonnier Dahlin’s scholarship for what the jury described as a form of painting that brings forth a connection between life and memories. Grown up in Finland, she has since her childhood been fascinated by light in the darkness. Today Pauliina Pietilä dedicates her artistry to depict her memories through a long and time-consuming working process.
Eva Lange is born in Stockholm in 1935, where she still lives and works as a sculptor today. She is educated at The University College of Art, Craft and Design and at the Royal Academy of Art in Stockholm (1953 – 64). Throughout her artistry, she has explored the expressiveness of sculpture in archaic forms in between organic and abstract compositions. Her sculpture is at once intimate and monumental, personal and universal. Eva Lange has had exhibitions on a large number of galleries, art institutions and museums in Scandinavia. She has also executed a number of major public assignments and is represented among other places, at the Modern Museum and the National Museum in Stockholm, the Gothenburg Art Museum and the Museum Anna Nordlander in Skellefteå as well as many public and private collections.