Upcoming show:

02.07.2022–21.08.2022
Det våta språket
Bie biennal, Sweden

Artists: Dave Allen, Rebecca Digby, Leif Holmstrand, Zsuzsanna Larsson Gilice, Kristina Matousch, Anna Karin Rasmusson, Magnus Wallin and also Thomas Elovsson, Johannes Heldén, Petra Mölstad, Fredrik Nybe

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Upcoming solo show:

11.06.2022–04.09.2022
meso-
Trelleborgs museum, Sweden

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Acquisition:

April 2022
The film Echo (2021) have been acquired for Serlachius Museum’s art collection.

Links:
Echo
Serlachius Museum

Ongoing show:

23.04.2022–06.11.2022
Play: video art in the collection
Gothenburg Art Museum, Sweden

Artists: Meira Ahmemulic’, Jeannette Ehlers, Lisa Jeannin and Rolf Schuurmans,
Conny Karlsson, Eva Kock, Linda Selander, Nastja Säde Rönkkö, Magnus Wallin

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Studio

March 2022
Pictures from the initial recording process of a new audio work with the working title Monotonous.

Acquisition:

January 2022
The films Elements (2011) and Colony (2009) have been acquired for Malmö Art Museum’s art collection.

Links:
Elements
Colony
Malmö Art Museum

Book

January 2022

ART ODYSSEY 2021
Writers: Petri Eskelinen, Jukka Halme, Aleksi Kuutio, Anni Kuu Nupponen, Kimmo Schroderus, Jeff VanderMeer
Layout: Ville Karppanen.
300 x 240 mm, hard cover. 96 pages
Finnish | English
Serlachius Museums 2021
ISBN 978-952-7226-97-1

Art Odyssey 2021 is a book and exhibition project inspired by science fiction. It presents the work of eight Finnish contemporary artists (Lauri Astala, Petri Eskelinen, Roland Persson, Joseph Popper, Tiina Raitanen, Kimmo Schroderus, Magnus Wallin and Charlotta Östlund), featuring video and sculpture influenced by sci-fi literature and film. The accompanying essays are authored by sci-fi literary legend Jeff VanderMeer and two Finnish sci-fi bloggers and aficionados, Jukka Halme and Aleksi Kuutio. The exhibition will be on show at the Serlachius Museums from November 6, 2021 to April 17, 2022.

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Movie trailer:

Art Odyssey 2021 – movie trailer

Studio:

October 2021
Editing the movie ECHO at GOOD POST – POST PRODUCTION & VFX
Link: ECHO

Upcoming shows:

6.11.2021-17.4.2022
Art Odyssey 2021
Serlachius-museerna
Joenniementie 47, Mänttä, Finland

Curator/curators of the exhibition: Petri Eskelinen and Kimmo Schroderus
Artists: Lauri Astala, Petri Eskelinen, Roland Persson, Joseph Popper, Kimmo Schroderus, Jenna Sutela, Magnus Wallin

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15.10.2021-3.4.2022
ARS FENNICA 2021
Hämeenlinna Art Museum
Viipurintie 2, Hämeenlinna, Finland

The nominees are: Eija-Liisa Ahtila, Anne-Karin Furunes, Jesper Just,
Viggo Wallensköld, Magnus Wallin

Read about ARS FENNICA 2021
Read about Hämeenlinna Art Museum

Press release:

17.08.2021

ARS FENNICA 2021 Award nominees unveiled at Hämeenlinna Town Hall.
The 2021 nominees for Finland’s most prestigious visual arts award, ARS FENNICA,
were unveiled at Hämeenlinna Town Hall on Tuesday, August 17th, 2021

The nominees are:
Eija-Liisa Ahtila, born 1959, Finland
Anne-Karin Furunes, born 1961, Norway
Jesper Just, born 1974, Denmark
Viggo Wallensköld, born 1969, Finland
Magnus Wallin, born 1965, Sweden.

Studio:

April 2021
Picture from my studio in April 2021 where the production process of 8 new monochrome works has began.
With the titles: Are you in pain…  Not anymore (No:13 – 20)

Studio:

March 2021
Picture from my studio in March 2021 – these images will be the visual starting point for new the film entitled Echo. Which is to be projected vertically and will be shown for the first time in the exhibition.
Art Odyssey 2021 Serlachius Museums 6 November 2021 to 17 April 2022.

Book release

18.06.2020
25 YEARS WITH MALMÖ ARTIST MAGNUS WALLIN
Thursday 18.6 at 14 –16. Malmö Konsthall, bookstore
Book title: Magnus Wallin, Works 1994-2019

Book title: Magnus Wallin, Works 1994-2019
Text by Lars-Erik Hjertström Lappalainen
I. Passivity and Materiality
II. The Intimacy of a World
All texts in English and Swedish
Format 210 x 245 mm. 144 pages. Hard cover.
Graphic design: Andreas Nordström, Magnus Wallin
Published by Kalejdoskop Förlaget, Åhus www.kalejdoskopforlag.se
2020, ISBN 978 91 7936 126 6

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