GIÓ MARCONI

Gió Marconi started in 1990 and has since then developed its own consistent approach to exhibiting, combining brave choices well ahead of their time.

At Market Art Fair, Gió Marconi will bring larger and smaller sculptures and a new video work by Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg, as well as a series of new paintings by Fredrik Vaerslev.

Nathalie Djurberg
& Hans Berg

Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg (Sweden) create psychologically charged scenarios dealing with human and animalistic desires. Since 2001, Djurberg has developed a distinctive style of filmmaking, using clay animation to dramatise the basest of natural instincts from jealousy, revenge and greed, to submission and lust. Her partner, the musician and composer Hans Berg, conjures up the atmospheric sound effects and scores the hypnotic music for Djurberg’s animations and installations. In 2009, Djurberg and Berg participated in the 53rd Venice Biennial “Making Worlds” curated by Daniel Birnbaum wherefore they had been awarded the Silver Lion for Best Emerging Artists.

Dark Side of the Moon, Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg

Dark Side of the Moon | 2017 | Stop motion animation

Fredrik Værslev

Fredrik Værslev (1979, Norway) made his breakthrough on the international art scene at an early age and has already taken part in a number of international exhibitions. His work explores the different ways painting can be perceived, and has made a valuable contribution to the international discourse on modern painting. The works shift between different painting traditions and are recognised by an insistent focus on the painting process.

Untitled | 2017 | Spray paint, acrylic paint and turpentine on cotton canvas, wooden stretcher

Galleri Andersson/Sandström Stockholm/Umeå | Andréhn-Schiptjenko Stockholm | Galerie Anhava Helsinki | Anna Bohman Gallery Stockholm | Anne Mosseri-Marlio Galerie Basel | Avlskarl Copenhagen | Galleri Bo Bjerggaard Copenhagen | Bohman-Knäpper Stockholm | Cecilia Hillström Gallery Stockholm | Charlotte Fogh Gallery Aarhus | Christian Larsen Stockholm | Galleri Flach Stockholm | Galerie Forsblom Helsinki/Stockholm | Gerhardsen Gerner Berlin/Oslo | Gether Contemporary Copenhagen | Gió Marconi  Milan | Galleri Haaken Oslo | Hans Alf Gallery Copenhagen | Helsinki Contemporary Helsinki | Hverfisgallerí Reykjavik | i8 Gallery Reykjavik | KANT Copenhagen | Knight Webb Gallery London | LOYAL Stockholm | Galleri Magnus Karlsson Stockholm | Martin Asbæk Gallery Copenhagen | Nils Stærk Copenhagen | Galerie Nordenhake Berlin/Stockholm | Galleri Riis Oslo | Galleri Susanne Ottesen Copenhagen | STANDARD (OSLO) Oslo | Gallery Steinsland Berliner Stockholm | Stene Projects Stockholm | V1 Gallery Copenhagen | Wetterling Gallery Stockholm

Anders Knutsson | Ann Böttcher | Anna Zacharoff | Aurora Passero | Bjarne Melgaard | Bjørn Nørgaard | Christian Schmidt-Rasmussen | Clare Woods | David Molander | Eva Koch | Fredrik Værslev | Gavin Turk | Gert & Uwe Tobias | Gregor Hildebrandt | Gustaf Nordenskiöld | Hanna Isaksson | Hannaleena Heiska | Janne Räisänen | Jenny Carlsson | Jim Thorell | Jonathan Meese | Larry Bell | Lars Christensen | Louis Reith | Ludvig Helin | Malin Gabriella Nordin | Margrét H. Blöndal | Mason Saltarrelli | Mie Olise Kjærgaard | Nadja Bournonville | Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg | Ólafur Elíasson | Olof Inger | Per Kirkeby | Richard Johansson | Robin Seir | Ruth Campau | Sergej Jensen | Sigurður Árni Sigurðsson | Silja Rantanen | Stein Rønning | Tina Maria Nielsen | Torbjørn Rødland | Torbjørn Rødland | Wes Lang | Ylva Ceder | Yngvild Saeter