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Veronica Brovall and Jakob Krajcik: GAP

November 3 -  December 9, 2017
Opening: Friday November 3 at 5.00 - 9.00 pm

hangmenProjects are very pleased to present Veronica Brovall and Jakob Krajcik in an exhibition that the artists chose to call GAP. The word gap, with synonyms such as wide opened mouth, throat, jaw, hole, crack, void, scream and roar, reflects the darkness of which their work is characterized. At the same time, their working process is characterized by a strong forward-looking energy, inventiveness and creativity, it’s these characteristics that compelled us to match these two artists . The exhibition presents new works by Brovall and Krajcik. These works forces us to see something else beyond what we recognize, works that become a play or a fantasy, where the making is the focus rather than the object itself. and where manliness becomes a material and a means of appropriating strength.

Veronica Brovall (Falun, 1975) lives and works in Berlin. Brovall has participated with sculptures and collages in numerous group exhibitions throughout Europe and the United States such as Bildmuseet, Umeå, Martha Herford, Tyskland, Kumu Museum of Art, Tallin, Autocenter, Berlin, Kunstverein Schwerin, Sint-Lukas Gallery, Brussels, Overgaden Institute for Contemporary Art, Copenhagen, Kalmar Art Museum, Uppsala Art Museum, Norrtälje Art Museum, Kristinehamns Art Museum, Malmö Art Museum, Rod Bianco, Oslo, Arndt & partner, Berlin, Hopstreet, Brussels. Brovall also have participated in Jan Hoets biennial in China "Western International Art Biennial Yinchuan. Brovall has achieved several prices and grants and she is represented with larger sculptures in collections like Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation, USA, Kaviar Factory, Lofoten, Uppsala Art museum and Malmö Art museum.

Jakob Krajcik (Stockholm, 1973) lives and works in Stockholm. Krajcik works with sculpture and painting and has previously collaborated with other galleries, such as Peter Bergman and Steinsland Berliner. Models of buildings and interiors are recurring themes in Jakob Krajik's sculptural works. Krajcik has participated in numerous exhibitions such as Norrtälje konsthall, hangmenProjects, Makaroni, Stockholm, Konstapoteket, Malmö, Kunsthalle CCA Andratx, Mallorca, Galleri Rostrum, Malmö and Gelesborgs konsthall. Krajcik is represented by several museums and councils: CCA Kunsthalle Andratx, Mallorca, Göteborgs Kulturnämnd, Sveriges Allmänna Konstförening, Statens Konstråd, Örebro Landsting, Norrtälje Landsting and Folkets Hus & Parker.