Cecilia Hillström Gallery was founded in 2012 and represents both well-established and emerging artists.The gallery focuses on artists who combine an intriguing content with excellence in execution, be it in painting, photography, video or interdisciplinary projects.

At Market Art Fair a new series of photographic work by David Molander will be presented.

David Molander

Working with digital photo collages and video, Molander puts emphasis on new relationships between architecture, social environment, living memory and the humans within it. In his recent exhibitions, Molander has been approaching a more painterly and abstract language where history, fantasy and the aesthetics of computer games are becoming more present than before. In this series, which is a development from his acclaimed exhibition Elfenbenstornen at the gallery in 2017, Molander continues to rework art historical material through his digital techniques using both well-known and forgotten paintings together with his own photography, following the links between the past and the present.  

David Molander (1983, Sweden) graduated from the School of Photography at Gothenburg University in 2010. In addition, he has studied film and photography at Harvard University. Over the past years, Molander has received several awards and scholarships: the Loeb Fellowship at Harvard University (2016), the Beckers Artist Grant (2014), Hasselblad Foundation’s Victor Fellowship and the Location One Residency (2011) and Vinunic Art Prize (2011).

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David Molander | Image by Karin Nilsson

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