Amélie Bouvier, Marcin Dudek, TR Ericsson, Exhibition view, Harlan Levey Projects at Art Brussels 2019
Some impressions of the 37th edition of Art Brussels where we presented work by Amélie Bouvier, Marcin Dudek, TR Ericsson, Haseeb Ahmed and Andrea Éva Győri alongside a solo booth of Emmanuel Van der Auwera. Continue reading Harlan Levey Projects at Art Brussels 2019
Tr Ericsson , Cowboy, 2019, Powdered paint pigment, resin and alcoholic cocktail on gessoed panel, 30.5 x 40.6 cm 12 x 16 in
We are pleased to participate in this year’s edition of Art Brussels, where we will be presenting work by Amélie Bouvier, Marcin Dudek, Haseeb Ahmed, TR Ericsson & Andrea Éva Győri along with a solo booth of Emmanuel Van der Auwera. Continue reading Art Brussels 2019 – PRIME Booth C13 & SOLO Booth C11
TR Ericsson, American Tragedy, 2017, Graphite, resin and funerary ash on muslin, 96.5 × 127 cm (38×50 in)
TR Ericsson‘s work will be featured in “America Will Be!: Surveying the Contemporary Landscape”, a group show at Dallas Museum of Art drawing on works from its permanent collection. Continue reading TR Ericsson at Dallas Museum of Art
TR Ericsson, 45s, Graphite, resin and funerary ash on muslin 150×210 cm (59 1/10×82 7/10 in.)
Artforum published a nice review of TR Ericsson’s exhibition ‘Industrial Poems – Poèmes industriels’ in it’s January 2019 Issue Vol 57 No. 5 or here.
TR Ericsson alongside “I LOVE YOU TOTALLY ALL THE TIME AND ALWAYS WILL”, bronze installation, 2018
Some images from a recent visit to TR Ericsson’s bronze installation at a private collection in the American Midwest, surrounded by a beautiful autumn landscape and works by Sol LeWitt, Andy Goldsworthy, Roxy Paine, Anish Kapoor, Mark Manders, Ai Wei Wei and others.
Continue reading TR Ericsson’s installation in private Midwest collection
TR Ericsson, Can you hear her blacks crackle and drag?, Vacuum formed black polystyrene, 12×12 inches – 30.5×30.5 cm, Edition of 2 + 1 AP, 2018
In his comprehensive and compelling interview on Artsy, TR Ericsson reflects on his “Crackle & Drag” project, an extensive body of work he has been building on after being left with over a 100 years worth of family archive following his mother’s suicide in 2003. The interview offers some great insights into Ericsson’s practice and position as an artist, and contains a couple of thought-provoking quotes that give extra background to his current show “Industrial Poems – Poèmes Industriels” in Brussels.
Read the article here
TR Ericsson, Prisoner of Love, powdered pigment on paper, 56×76 (22×30 inch.), 2018
TR Ericsson will open a new exhibition titled “Blue” at Shaheen in Cleveland on November 16th. The title “Blue”, which refers to the pigment that was used to make the work, resonates the personal story behind the work and the relationship between the artist and the subject, his brother, while at the same time directly linking back to significant earlier works within Ericsson’s oeuvre and carrying with it a set of undeniable cultural references.
Continue reading TR Ericsson at Shaheen Gallery
(Left to right) TR Ericsson, Everyday Is Like Sunday, porcelain, 2005, I Want Your Body, 2003, bronze, Jeanne Robinson (Urns), 2017, Susie, c.1967, Crackle & Drag, 2013
While “Industrial Poems – Poèmes industriels” continues in Brussels, in Dallas there is a beautiful exhibition of a private collection, which contains several works from TR Ericsson.
TR Ericsson’s bronze installation at private collection in American Midwest alongside works by Sol LeWitt, Andy Goldsworthy, Roxy Paine, Anish Kapoor, Mark Manders, Ai Wei Wei and others.
I LOVE YOU TOTALLY ALL THE TIME AND ALWAYS WILL, 2018 Bronze with steel armatures Each box 4 x 4’ x 8’ – 122 x 122 x 244 cm Overall 8’ x 5’ x 5’ – 244 x 152 x 152 cm