Eva Larsson (Sweden)

Eva Larsson (Sweden)

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Eva Larsson terlahir pada tahun 1964 di kota Borås, Swedia Barat. Setelah dalam perjalanan selama setahun, ia mengawali pembelajarannya sebagai perupa. Studinya membawa ke kota Stockholm di mana ia masih tinggal hingga hari ini. Eva mendapatkan gelar sarjananya dari Konstfack, University College of Arts and Design, pada tahun 1988, dan telah berkesenian semenjak itu. Ia juga memperkaya diri lewat sejumlah kursus yang berhubungan dengan seni rupa.

Dalam empat tahun terakhir Eva mem- fokuskan kerjanya dalam karya-karya- nya sendiri. Ia memamerkan karya -karyanya dalam banyak pameran tunggal dan kelompok. Karya-karya patung figur manusia yang diolah menggunakan teknik raku menjadi pusat dari kekaryaannya pada masa ini. Ia diwakili oleh Dewan Kesenian Swedia, Museum-museum di banyak kota dan daerah di Swedia. Eva juga adalah pemilik paruh waktu dari satu galeri seni keramik kontemporer di pusat kota Stockholm. Galeri Kaolin, yang dibawah- inya tersebut, memamerkan karya- karya seni terutama dari negara-negara Nordik, dan juga dari Asia dan Eropa.

Eva Larsson was born in 1964 in Borås on the west coast of Sweden. After a year of traveling she began her artist education. The studies brought her to Stockholm where she still lives today. Eva received her bachelor’s degree from Konstfack, University College of Arts and Design, in 1988 and has been working with art since then. She has taken numerous arts-related courses.

During the last four years Eva has been working exclusively with her own art. It has resulted in numerous of solo and group exhibitions. The work with sculptures of raku fired human figures has been central for her work during this period. She is represented in the Swedish Art Council, and Museums in many different cities and counties in Sweden. Eva is also part owner of a gallery in the centre of Stockholm that shows contemporary ceramic art. The name of the gallery is

Kaolin and it shows art from mostly Nordic countries but also from Asia and Europe.

 

Stargazers

Raku Fired Clay Installation (14 figures) 120 x 120 x 350 cm

 

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