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Eva Ryn Johannissen





10 - 28 mars 2008

Vernissage : jeudi 13 mars 2008 à 18h30
Lundi à vendredi : 14h00 - 19h00

Esapce Europia :
15, av de Ségur - 75007 - Paris

Métro St-François Xavier, ligne 13

Born in Sweden, Eva Ryn Johannissen received most of her formal art training in France and the UK. She received a first class honours degree in Fine Art from Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College and also holds a post graduate PDD diploma in print making from West Hertfordshire College. In the 1990s she studied painting and drawing at Scultura and Artworks Art Centre in Provence, France, during 4 years.
Before moving to England she lived for many years in Switzerland and France. In 2004 she set up a studio in her native country but continues to work internationally. She is a frequent exhibitor in the UK and other European countries. During the last couple of years her work has been exhibited in Paris, London, Edinburgh, Bilbao, Stockholm and Copenhagen.

Selected Exhibitions

Solo exhibitions 2004 - 2007

  • Gallery 't Huys met de Luycken, Zutphen, The Netherlands (with 1 sculptor)
  • Ekeby Art Space, Uppsala, Sweden
  • View Gallery, Thames Ditton, London
  • Cercle Suédois, Rue de Rivoli, Paris
  • Bank Giro Centre, Stockholm

Museums and Public Galleries

  • Uppsala Art Museum, Uppsala, Sweden (juried exhibition)
  • Millesgarden Museum, Stockholm, "Swedish Artists Abroad"
  • Vasby Konsthall, Sweden, Spring salon (juried exhibition)
  • Buckinghamshire County Museum, UK, "Chiltern Views" (works in museum’s collection)
  • Buckinghamshire County Museum, Bucks 21 Contemporary Art, "All together different"
  • Buckinghamshire County Museum, "Off the Wall"
  • High Wycombe Museum, UK (juried exhibition)
  • Château Musée du Haut-de-Cagnes, France: Concours du Comité d'organisation de L'Exposition Internationale de la Fleur (palme d'or 1st price)
  • Fondation Sophia Antipolis, Antibes, France (juried exhibition)

Private Galleries

  • Collyer-Bristow Gallery, Bloomsbury, London, "Northern Light"
  • Artyfakt Gallery, Singapore (with Pintura Fresca)
  • Europia Espace Galerie, Paris (with Pintura Fresca)
  • Karen Taylor Contemporary Art, St Margaret's, Richmond, London (on a regular basis since 2002)
  • View Gallery, Thames Ditton, London (2005, 2006)
  • Atticus Arts, Bath, UK (2006, 2007)
  • ICETWICE Gallery, Milton Keynes, UK (with Bucks21)
  • ICETWICE Gallery, (continuously since 2006)
  • The Gallery in Cork Street, London (2003, 2004, 2005)
  • Gold Gallery, Dundas Street, Edinburgh (2003, 2004)
  • Obsidian Art, Stoke Mandeville, UK (with Bucks21 2003, 2005)
  • Gallery Astel, Copenhagen, with ABSTRA
  • Gallery Akros, Bilbao, Spain, with ABSTRA
  • Gallery Hagman, Stockholm, with ABSTRA
  • Hicks Gallery, Wimbledon, London (2001, 2002)
  • Obsidian Art Gallery, Stoke Mandeville, Bucks, UK, "Myths and Legends"
  • RK Burt Gallery, London (printmaking exhibition)
  • The Stokenchurch Exhibition Gallery, Bucks, UK