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Eva Löfdahl is known for her understated and often indefinable objects and installations. She explores the objects’ physical properties, presenting them without context or explanation.
Eva Löfdahl Prints
Eva Löfdahl was born 1953 in Gothenburg, Sweden. Löfdahl studied at Konstfack in Stockholm and the Byam Shaw School of Art in London. The Wallda group, which she founded in 1980 with Stig Sjölund and Max Book, developed cabaret performances and happenings combining abstract painting and underground actions. Since her early career, Löfdahl has created works of paradoxical metaphores, challenging our conventional ways of seeing things and offering insightful new perspectives.
The artist is known for her understated and often indefinable objects and installations. She explores the objects’ physical properties, presenting them without context or explanation. Her works can be perceived as challenging and inscrutable while they convey an unerring analytical ability, together with a hyper-sensitivity for material and spatial concerns.
Löfdahl was awarded the Sten A Olssons Art Prize 2019 which included a presentation at Göteborgs Konstmuseum the same year. Her work has been exhibited extensively in both solo and group exhibitions and is included in permanent collections of the Malmö Museum, the Moderna Museet, and the Wihuri Collection, Rovaniemi Konstmuseum, Finland.
Eva Löfdahl lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden.