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Karl Patric Näsman b. 1986, Örebro Sweden


Education

2017 Post-graduate program Going Public XL, Konstfack, Stockholm

2015 Master of Fine Arts, Konstfack, Stockholm

2012 Bachelor of Fine Arts, Konstfack, Stockholm

2011 Exchange semester at Hogeschool voor de Kunsten Utrecht

2008-2009 Gerlesborgsskolan, Stockholm

2006-2007 Gotlands Konstskola, Visby


Solo & Duo exhibitions (a selection)

2018 Tactile Abstractions, Ericsson Nikola Tesla Gallery, Zagreb, Croatia (upcoming)

2017 Luminous Void, Taverna Brillo, Stockholm, in collaboration with Artworks

2017 Cathay Pavilion – Selected Works, Konsthallen, Musikhögskolan Örebro, in collaboration with Konstfrämjandet Bergslagen

2016 Work in Progress together with Maija Tammi (FIN) , AIRY Artist-in-Residence, Kofu city, Japan

2016 Cathay Pavilion, YA Project Space, Karlavägen 5, Stockholm

2015 Pavilion in collaboration with Pål Rodenius, Konstfack, Stockholm

2015 Shanghai Pearl Market in collaboration with Chinese artist Jiang Weitao, Hero Pen Factory Studios, Shanghai

2014 Tangible Dreams, Nau Gallery, Stockholm

2013 Entering the Void,  in collaboration with Jon Vogt Engeland, Nau Gallery, Stockholm

2012 The Lost Collection, Konstfack, Stockholm

2011 In Search of the Sublime, Konstfack, Stockholm

2007 Galleri 19, Örebro, Sweden

2005 Galleri Nord, Örebro, Sweden


Group Exhibitions (a selection)

2018 木漏れ日 / Mångata – International Exchange Show with Swedish and Japanese Artists, Bångska Våningen, Stockholm

2018 SARUYA ONS, SARUYA/DÔ-SÔ Artist Residence, Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan

2018 Mångata / 木漏れ日 – Art Exhibition by Swedish & Japanese Artists, Art Lab Akiba, Tokyo

2018 Let’s go, Let us go!, Bångska Våningen, Stockholm

2017 Kaplan Art Expo, Kaplan, Stockholm

2017 Going Public i Skarpnäck/Bagarmossen, Konstfack, Stockholm

2017 Arts Birthday,  Art Lab TOKYO, Tokyo

2016 Vårsamling, Galleri Nord, Örebro, Sweden

2016 Fredrik Roos Stipendiatutställning, Moderna Museet Malmö, Sweden

2015 CONTEMPORARY GALLERY : “Inaugural Exhbition”, Copenhagen

2015 Artist in Residence,  Combaz7, Crans-Montana, Schweiz

2015 MFA examination work SHANGHAI PEARL MARKET, Vårutställningen, Konstfack, Stockholm

2015 A.M.180 Gallery (Prague, Czech Republic), Supermarket Art Fair, Stockholm

2015 ‘Artist in Residence’, Combaz7, Crans-Montana, Schweiz

2014 Public commission work Pavilion in collaboration with Pål Rodenius for Apartamento, Stockholm

2014 MFA Exhibition – Everything Must Go, Plattform Gallery, Stockholm

2013 Fall Group exhibition, Nau Gallery, Stockholm

2012 Show room exhibition, Nau Gallery, Stockholm

2012 Affordable Art Fair – Recent Graduates, Stockholm

2012 Vårutställningen, Konstfack, Stockholm

2011 Exchange Stories, Gallery Das Spectrum, Utrecht, Netherlands

2011 Gagnef Festival, in collaboration with Petr Davydtchenko, Dalarna, Sweden

2011 Iffy, Hostel Gallery, Stockholm

2009 Gerlesborgsskolan Galleri Ekvall+Tornblom, Stockholm


Grants/Residency

2017 ERASMUS+ Traineeship (Petr Davydtchenko), The Foundry, Maubourguet, France

2017 Studio grant, City of Stockholm, Sweden

2016 AIRY (Artist-in-Residence Yamanashi) Kofu City, Japan

2016 Estrid Ericson foundation travel grant, Sweden

2016 Fredrik Roos Stipendium, Sweden

2015 Minor Field Studies, financed of The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency – Sida, Shanghai, China

2014 Combaz7 Artist-in-Residency, Crans-Montana, Schweiz

2014 Ulla Fröberg-Cramérs stipendiestiftelse, Sweden

2007 Ung Peng, Sweden


Publications/Artist Talk 

2018 Mångata / 木漏れ日 – Artist talk, NICA: Nihonbashi Institute of Contemporary Arts, Tokyo 

2017 Interview article in Nerikes Allehanda, Örebro. Written by Jenny Danielsson

2017 Interview Luminous Void in Artworks

2016 Interview in Bon Magazine written by Justina Hüll

2016 Q&A interview in Artworks

2016 Fredrik Roos Foundation – Grant Catalogue, Moderna Museet Malmö

2016 Interview in Nuda Paper written by Nora Hagdahl

2016 Article in Nerikes Allehanda, Örebro

2015 C-print: A journal about contemporary art, Stockholm

2014 Kulturdieten, A perfect Guide, Svenska Dagbladet, Sweden

2013 BRAVE#2, Stockholm

Artworks represented in both private and public collections in Sweden and internationally