Telluric Touch, 2015, wood chips, steel, MDF, 2 parts: 47 x 50 x 20 cm, 40 x 50 x 15 cm

Eva Löfdahl

Eva Löfdahl was born in 1953 in Gothenburg, Sweden, and currently lives and works in Stockholm.
Her work was featured in a large-scale retrospective exhibition at the Moderna Museet, Stockholm in 2011, and in solo exhibitions in Lunds Konsthall and Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm (both in 2009). Past solo exhibitions include presentations at Krognoshuset Lund (2004), Moderna Museet, Stockholm (2002), and the Kunstraum Düsseldorf (1998), as well as four times at Galerie Nordenhake (most recently in July 2018). She has participated in group exhibitions at Göteborgs Konstmuseum (2008), Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm (2007), and Finlands Arkitekturmuseum, Helsinki (2002). Her work is in the permanent collections of the Malmö Museum, the Moderna Museet, and the Wihuri Collection, Rovaniemi Konstmuseum, Finland.

Eva Löfdahl in conversation with writer and critic Jan Verwoert on the occasion of Löfdahl's solo exhibition "Respite" at Galerie Nordenhake Berlin, June 2, 2018.

Installation view "Eva Löfdahl - Sessile", Clifford Gallery, Colgate University, New York 2016

Highlights of a Path, 2018, series of 16 drawings, paper, paint, pins, 30 x 23 cm each

Installation view "Eva Löfdahl - The Earth As We Know It", Veda, Florence 2018

Telluric Touch, 2015, wood chips, steel, MDF, 47 x 50 x 20 cm, 40 x 50 x 15 cm each

Underfrequency Holder (Antenna), 2013, paint, aluminium, bronze, 47 x 175 x 84 cm

Underfrequency Holder (Antenna), 2013, detail

Installation view "Eva Löfdahl - The Whirling Box or From Foot to Toe", Moderna Museet, Stockholm 2011

Installation view "Eva Löfdahl - The Whirling Box or From Foot to Toe", Moderna Museet, Stockholm 2011

Few Things Reach the Surface, 2010, plaster, rice paper, graphite, organic material, 12,5 x 21,5 x 28 each

Few Things Reach the Surface, 2010, detail

Installation view "Eva Löfdahl- π and Around" Lund Konsthall, Lund 2009

Five-Fold Hurrah, 2009, wood, iron, 98 x 119 x 15 cm

3D 'Pi', 2009, plaster, 20 x 28 x 28 cm

Park of the Lesser Idols (De små belätenas park), 2009, dimensions variable

Untitled ( 7 ), 2009, plaster, styrofoam, powdered pumice, MDF, 33 x 35 x 36 cm

Eye, 2009, polyamide, 240 x 150 x 80 cm

Conjuction, 1995, bronze, 80 x 185 x 140 cm