XVIIth Printmaking Triennial 2024

Ever since the start in 1965, the Triennial has been an important manifestation of Swedish printmaking. The Triennial is organised by the Swedish Printmakers’ Association.

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Göran Boardy, Great Grey Owl. 2023, Cropped.  

As a place for meetings and inspiration, the Triennial is unparallelled. The ambition for all Triennial editions has been to highlight contemporary printmaking in Sweden but also to look beyond to learn, see and be inspired by recent developments abroad.

The Printmaking Triennial is proof of the impressive range of artistic styles that exist, not only in major cities but throughout the country. Young artists at the beginning of their career share the space with older colleagues. Traditional work alternates with more experimental approaches. Printmaking is undeniably a strong and vibrant art form!

More than one hundred Swedish artists are participating in this year’s Triennial, which also includes a special exhibition of Dutch printmakers.

Participating artists

Agneta Nilsson, Alexandra Skarp, Amalia Årfelt, Ana Mendes, Anders Karlsson, Ann Makander, Ann Walvik Hansen, Anne Nilsson, Annette Hammarén, Annika Persson, Anton Wiraeus, Arnold Hagström, Barbro Andersson, Bengt-Göran Flood, Birgitta Muhr, Birgitta Samuelsson, Björn Krestesen, Bo Ganarp, Bo Ljung, Brita Weglin Elenius, Cecilia Cavefors, Chennet Juhlin, Christer Rispling, Christer Themptander, Christina Västerbo, Eliana Borozanov, Elisabeth Athle, Elisabeth Ödmann, Ellen Cronholm, Emma Göransson, Eva Beierheimer, Eva Forsberg-Sjögren, Eva Holmer Edling, Eva Kerek, Eva Maria Ern, Eva Mossing Larsen, Fideli Sundqvist, Frank Rylander, Fredrik Lindqvist, Gijs Weijer, Göran Boardy, Hans Eliasson, Hillevi Berglund, Håkan Berg, Ikka Pärni, Ingela Svensson, Ingrid Lindén, Jan K Persson, Jan Manker, Jenny Olsson, Jenny Palmer, Jim Axén, Johanna Schartau, John Rasimus, Josefin Wedel, Josefine Campbell, Jukka Vänttinen, Jöran Österman, Karin Westma, Kathie Pettersson, Kersti Söderström Ergon, Kerstin Bergman, Kerstin Neij, KG Nilson, Kjell Sundberg, Kristin Rapp, Kristina Anshelm, Kristina Mörk, Kristina Stark, Kristina Thun, Lars Eriksson, Lars Nyberg, Lars Palm, Lars Åsling, Laurens Rohlfs, Lena Hjelm, Leonard Anthony Noree, Lina Nordenström, Lina Schwentke, Lina-Ottilia Karlsson, Magdalena Roupe Zotterman, Maria Sundström, Maria Thompson Björklund, Mary Olsson, Mats Nielsen, Matteo Rosa, Mattias Fagerholm, Mikael Kihlman, Mikael Wahrby, Mischa Björkroos, Nic Langendoen, Nora Zolotov, Rickard Eklund & Queenning Zhao, Pernilla Jansson, Peter Ern, P-O Larsson, P-O Söderlund, Pontus Raud, Ragnhild Ibsen, Rolf Lindegren, Sandra Mozard, Silvia Moscoso, Stefan Lorente, Stefan Sjöberg, Stig Fröberg, Stina Eidem, Stina Marntel, Susanne Gillhög, Sven-Ingvar Johansson, Svenrobert Lundqvist, Tova Fransson, Ulf Eklund, Ulf Sören Lindell, Ulf Öhlund, Ulla Wennberg, Yasmina Karli Malmsten, Åsa Andersson, Åsa Polfjärd

Participants in the Dutch special exhibition

Elsbeth Cochius, Hans Dillesse, Hanna de Haan, Diana van Hal, Caroline Koenders, Leoni van Santvoort

Curators and jury 

The curators of the Printmaking Triennial are Nina Kerola and Emmy Dijkstra. The jury consisted of Daniel Werkmäster, Dan Wolgers and Marika Reuterswärd.

Program

Ta del av vårt program kopplat till XVII:e Grafiktriennalen 2024.

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