On March 12th, 2019, Alina Vergnano and Mattia Lullini interviewed American artist Emma Kohlmann in the Trappscen of Göteborgs Stadsbiblioteket live as an open access event. The panel talk was anticipating Gossamer Threads, Emma Kohlmann’s solo show with Nevven Gallery which opened on March 14th, 2019. The interview was recorded live and is broadcasted in full including the Q&A session with the audience.

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Emma Kohlmann, They Are Not Going Away (detail), 2019 (Watercolour and Sumi—ink on 250 gsm cotton paper, 35 x 28 cm).
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Emma Kohlmann (Picture by Brian Overend)
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Emma Kohlmann, The Orange Choice, 2019 (Watercolour and Sumi—ink on 250 gsm cotton paper, 63 x 56 cm).
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Emma Kohlmann, t-shirt graphic for Wharf Cat Records.
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Installation view of Gossamer Threads at Nevven Gallery.
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Emma Kohlmann, drawing.
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Emma Kohlmann, drawing.
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Emma Kohlmann, Unstable Relationship, 2019 (Watercolour and Sumi—ink on 250 gsm cotton paper, 35 x 28 cm).
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Emma Kohlmann, Teardrop Shield, 2019 (Underglazed stoneware and string, 32 x 19 cm).
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Emma Kohlmann installing Gossamer Threads at Nevven Gallery.

On February 12th, 2019, Mattia Lullini interviewed Slovak artist Martin Lukáč. The conversation was recorded at the gallery while installing Aww Yeah!, his first solo show in a Nordic country which opened at Nevven on February 14th, 2019. (Jingle music is courtesy of BW)

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Martin Lukáč, No Love All Hate Pirate (detail), 2018 (Oil and oil-stick on canvas, 143 x 110 cm).
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The Socialist Realist fresco by František Gajdoš in the main hall of Bratislava Hlavna Stanica station.
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Installation view of Interpreter's Booth a show by Martin Lukáč and Anu Vahtra at Chimera—Project Gallery, Budapest, 2018.
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Installation view of Mac Gyver, a solo show by Martin Lukáč at Photoport, Bratislava, 2017
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Martin Lukáč in his Prague studio.
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Installation view of Two Hands and a Magnifying Glass, a solo show at Faith Gallery, Brno, 2016.
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Martin Lukáč, Untitled (SPZM), 2016 (Oil on canvas, 110 x 90 cm).
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Martin Lukáč X Laformela, Laformela, 2018 (Various materials on cotton, acrylic and burn marks, 120 x 104 cm).
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Installation view.
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Installation view.
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Martin Lukáč, Pirate King, 2019 (Oil and oil-stick on canvas, 104 x 80 cm).

On January 16th, 2019, Mattia Lullini interviewed Italian artist Alice Visentin. The conversation was recorded at the gallery while installing Hypnagogia, a three—person show featuring Alice Visentin, Claire Milbrath and Frederik Næblerød which openend on January 17th, 2019. (Jingle music is courtesy of BW)

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Alice Visentin, Untitled (detail), 2018 (Oil on canvas, 250 x 200 cm).
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Alice Visentin, Untitled, 2018 (Oil on canvas, 250 x 200 cm).
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Alice Visentin, Uomo Blu and Donna Seduta con Frankenstein, both 2018 (Oil and soft pastel on canvas, 40 x 30 cm)
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Alice Visentin in the garden facing her studio. Turin, Italy.
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Alice Visentin, Untitled (detail), 2018 (Oil on canvas, 250 x 200 cm).
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Alice Visentin in front of her studio. Turin, Italy.

On November 20th, 2018, Alina Vergnano and Mattia Lullini interviewed Norwegian artist Idun Baltzersen in the Trappscen of Göteborgs Stadsbiblioteket live as an open access event. The panel talk was anticipating Mask, Idun Baltzersen’s solo show with Nevven Gallery which opened on November 22, 2018. The interview was recorded live and is broadcasted in full including the Q&A session with the audience.

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Idun Baltzersen, Face (detail), 2018 (Woodcut on fabric, collage, 350 x 270 cm).
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Idun Baltzersen, Stranger II, 2018 (Woodcut on fabric, collage, 300 x 230 cm).
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Idun Baltzersen, Crab, 2018 (Painted wood relief, 230 x 175 x 160 cm).
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Idun Baltzersen, Face, 2018 (Woodcut on fabric, collage, 350 x 270 cm).
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Idun Baltzersen, Stranger II (detail), 2018 (Woodcut on fabric, collage, 300 x 230 cm).
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Idun Baltzersen installing her work at Nevven.
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Idun Baltzersen interviewed by Alina Vergnano and Mattia Lullini at Göteborg Stadsbiblioteket.
  • Nevven Views #4
    Emma Kohlmann
    March 12, 2019

    On March 12th, 2019, Alina Vergnano and Mattia Lullini interviewed American artist Emma Kohlmann in the Trappscen of Göteborgs Stadsbiblioteket live as an open access event. The panel talk was anticipating Gossamer Threads, Emma Kohlmann’s solo show with Nevven Gallery which opened on March 14th, 2019. The interview was recorded live and is broadcasted in full including the Q&A session with the audience.

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    Emma Kohlmann, They Are Not Going Away (detail), 2019 (Watercolour and Sumi—ink on 250 gsm cotton paper, 35 x 28 cm).
    Emma Kohlmann, They Are Not Going Away (detail), 2019 (Watercolour and Sumi—ink on 250 gsm cotton paper, 35 x 28 cm).
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    Emma Kohlmann (Picture by Brian Overend)
    Emma Kohlmann (Picture by Brian Overend)
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    Emma Kohlmann, The Orange Choice, 2019 (Watercolour and Sumi—ink on 250 gsm cotton paper, 63 x 56 cm).
    Emma Kohlmann, The Orange Choice, 2019 (Watercolour and Sumi—ink on 250 gsm cotton paper, 63 x 56 cm).
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    Emma Kohlmann, t-shirt graphic for Wharf Cat Records.
    Emma Kohlmann, t-shirt graphic for Wharf Cat Records.
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    Installation view of Gossamer Threads at Nevven Gallery.
    Installation view of Gossamer Threads at Nevven Gallery.
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    Emma Kohlmann, drawing.
    Emma Kohlmann, drawing.
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    Emma Kohlmann, drawing.
    Emma Kohlmann, drawing.
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    Emma Kohlmann, Unstable Relationship, 2019 (Watercolour and Sumi—ink on 250 gsm cotton paper, 35 x 28 cm).
    Emma Kohlmann, Unstable Relationship, 2019 (Watercolour and Sumi—ink on 250 gsm cotton paper, 35 x 28 cm).
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    Emma Kohlmann, Teardrop Shield, 2019 (Underglazed stoneware and string, 32 x 19 cm).
    Emma Kohlmann, Teardrop Shield, 2019 (Underglazed stoneware and string, 32 x 19 cm).
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    Emma Kohlmann installing Gossamer Threads at Nevven Gallery.
    Emma Kohlmann installing Gossamer Threads at Nevven Gallery.
  • Nevven Views #3
    Martin Lukáč
    May 12, 2019

    On February 12th, 2019, Mattia Lullini interviewed Slovak artist Martin Lukáč. The conversation was recorded at the gallery while installing Aww Yeah!, his first solo show in a Nordic country which opened at Nevven on February 14th, 2019. (Jingle music is courtesy of BW)

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    Martin Lukáč, No Love All Hate Pirate (detail), 2018 (Oil and oil-stick on canvas, 143 x 110 cm).
    Martin Lukáč, No Love All Hate Pirate (detail), 2018 (Oil and oil-stick on canvas, 143 x 110 cm).
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    The Socialist Realist fresco by František Gajdoš in the main hall of Bratislava Hlavna Stanica station.
    The Socialist Realist fresco by František Gajdoš in the main hall of Bratislava Hlavna Stanica station.
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    Installation view of Interpreter's Booth a show by Martin Lukáč and Anu Vahtra at Chimera—Project Gallery, Budapest, 2018.
    Installation view of Interpreter's Booth a show by Martin Lukáč and Anu Vahtra at Chimera—Project Gallery, Budapest, 2018.
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    Installation view of Mac Gyver, a solo show by Martin Lukáč at Photoport, Bratislava, 2017
    Installation view of Mac Gyver, a solo show by Martin Lukáč at Photoport, Bratislava, 2017
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    Martin Lukáč in his Prague studio.
    Martin Lukáč in his Prague studio.
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    Installation view of Two Hands and a Magnifying Glass, a solo show at Faith Gallery, Brno, 2016.
    Installation view of Two Hands and a Magnifying Glass, a solo show at Faith Gallery, Brno, 2016.
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    Martin Lukáč, Untitled (SPZM), 2016 (Oil on canvas, 110 x 90 cm).
    Martin Lukáč, Untitled (SPZM), 2016 (Oil on canvas, 110 x 90 cm).
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    Martin Lukáč X Laformela, Laformela, 2018 (Various materials on cotton, acrylic and burn marks, 120 x 104 cm).
    Martin Lukáč X Laformela, Laformela, 2018 (Various materials on cotton, acrylic and burn marks, 120 x 104 cm).
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    Installation view.
    Installation view.
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    Installation view.
    Installation view.
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    Martin Lukáč, Pirate King, 2019 (Oil and oil-stick on canvas, 104 x 80 cm).
    Martin Lukáč, Pirate King, 2019 (Oil and oil-stick on canvas, 104 x 80 cm).
  • Nevven Views #2
    Alice Visentin
    Apr 1, 2019

    On January 16th, 2019, Mattia Lullini interviewed Italian artist Alice Visentin. The conversation was recorded at the gallery while installing Hypnagogia, a three—person show featuring Alice Visentin, Claire Milbrath and Frederik Næblerød which openend on January 17th, 2019. (Jingle music is courtesy of BW)

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    Alice Visentin, Untitled (detail), 2018 (Oil on canvas, 250 x 200 cm).
    Alice Visentin, Untitled (detail), 2018 (Oil on canvas, 250 x 200 cm).
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    Alice Visentin, Untitled, 2018 (Oil on canvas, 250 x 200 cm).
    Alice Visentin, Untitled, 2018 (Oil on canvas, 250 x 200 cm).
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    Alice Visentin, Uomo Blu and Donna Seduta con Frankenstein, both 2018 (Oil and soft pastel on canvas, 40 x 30 cm)
    Alice Visentin, Uomo Blu and Donna Seduta con Frankenstein, both 2018 (Oil and soft pastel on canvas, 40 x 30 cm)
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    Alice Visentin in the garden facing her studio. Turin, Italy.
    Alice Visentin in the garden facing her studio. Turin, Italy.
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    Alice Visentin, Untitled (detail), 2018 (Oil on canvas, 250 x 200 cm).
    Alice Visentin, Untitled (detail), 2018 (Oil on canvas, 250 x 200 cm).
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    Alice Visentin in front of her studio. Turin, Italy.
    Alice Visentin in front of her studio. Turin, Italy.
  • Nevven Views #1
    Idun Baltzersen
    Mar 1, 2019

    On November 20th, 2018, Alina Vergnano and Mattia Lullini interviewed Norwegian artist Idun Baltzersen in the Trappscen of Göteborgs Stadsbiblioteket live as an open access event. The panel talk was anticipating Mask, Idun Baltzersen’s solo show with Nevven Gallery which opened on November 22, 2018. The interview was recorded live and is broadcasted in full including the Q&A session with the audience.

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    Idun Baltzersen, Face (detail), 2018 (Woodcut on fabric, collage, 350 x 270 cm).
    Idun Baltzersen, Face (detail), 2018 (Woodcut on fabric, collage, 350 x 270 cm).
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    Idun Baltzersen, Stranger II, 2018 (Woodcut on fabric, collage, 300 x 230 cm).
    Idun Baltzersen, Stranger II, 2018 (Woodcut on fabric, collage, 300 x 230 cm).
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    Idun Baltzersen, Crab, 2018 (Painted wood relief, 230 x 175 x 160 cm).
    Idun Baltzersen, Crab, 2018 (Painted wood relief, 230 x 175 x 160 cm).
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    Idun Baltzersen, Face, 2018 (Woodcut on fabric, collage, 350 x 270 cm).
    Idun Baltzersen, Face, 2018 (Woodcut on fabric, collage, 350 x 270 cm).
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    Idun Baltzersen, Stranger II (detail), 2018 (Woodcut on fabric, collage, 300 x 230 cm).
    Idun Baltzersen, Stranger II (detail), 2018 (Woodcut on fabric, collage, 300 x 230 cm).
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    Idun Baltzersen installing her work at Nevven.
    Idun Baltzersen installing her work at Nevven.
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    Idun Baltzersen interviewed by Alina Vergnano and Mattia Lullini at Göteborg Stadsbiblioteket.
    Idun Baltzersen interviewed by Alina Vergnano and Mattia Lullini at Göteborg Stadsbiblioteket.