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Olle Baertling A Modern Classic

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Published by Steidl/Swedish Books/Moderna Museet .
Written in English


  • Art styles: c 1960 -,
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Edition Notes

ContributionsUstvedt Nilsson (Introduction), John 0ystein (Introduction)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages156
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12981233M
ISBN 103865214983
ISBN 109783865214980

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Olle Baertling was a Swedish painter, who represented Concrete Art movement. Baertling was also the author of numerous abstract sculptures. His works are kept at the Museum of Modern Art . Today he is considered a modern classic. Olle Bærtling (–) was presented in a major show at Malmö Konsthall and Moderna Museet in Since then, a new generation of artists and designers has discovered his bold experiments in form and colour. His contradictory and challenging personality is . Biography Olle Bærtling. Olle Baertling is born in Halmstad on 6 December. Moves to Stockholm. Studies banking. Works as a currency dealer at Skandinaviska Banken. Has no formal art education but painting is his hobby. Pictures from the late s are cityscapes and views of Stockholm. Develops this style of painting over the next few years, moving towards abstract and .   At Moderna Museet he is in charge of the prgrammes and he has also been curating, among others, the Swedish quadrennial “The Moderna Exhibition ” (); “Olle Baertling - A Modern Classic” (); “Dalí Dalí featuring Francesco Vezzoli” ().Karin Hellandsjø, has her Master in art history from the University of : Karin Hellandsjø.

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