Marie Fredriksson to exhibit her artwork in Stockholm
STOCKHOLM - Marie Fredriksson will exhibit her artwork in a gallery show entitled "After The Change." The display, at Doktor Glas gallery, Kungsträdgården, will feature 24 of Marie's most personal drawings, but only for 10 days.
Marie, besides music, has always drawn and painted, but always privately, until last year. Then Marie got a new instrument for her creativity, the charcoal pencil. She painted the pictures of the cover of her last album "The Change" and when the album was ready and released, Marie went on drawing with charcoal. The result are these pieces of artwork, which she will show in her first exhibition from October 21 until October 30.
Marie explains in a press release announcing the show:
"I have never felt myself so free as when I draw. One cannot compare it with music or anything else.
The freedom in my drawing feels like one big love, warmth and energy.
Free in the silence of the charcoal pencil's light."
Update October 20: As is often the case at gallery exhibitions, TDR has learned that a catalog has been printed. The velvet covered book, containing all of Marie's drawings will be available for purchase at the gallery. Limited to 2,000 copies, the price is 400 SEK (€45). All 24 works of art on display are for sale, with the price set at 18,500 SEK (€1,970 or $2,340) each. Most have already been sold.
Update October 21: The exhibition is open weekdays between 11:00 and 17:30 CET, Saturdays between 13:00 and 16:00 and on Sundays 12:00 and 16:00. Entrance is free.
Robert Thorselius contributed to this article.
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October 20th, 2005
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