Monastery of Saint-Paul de Mausole, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence. Night between 17-18th June 1889. View east-southeast., 2020, oil on linen with walnut frame, 80 x 130 cm

Paul Fägerskiöld

Paul Fägerskiöld was born in Stockholm in 1982 where he also lives and works today. He was educated at the Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna.

In 2018 Prinz Eugen's Waldemarsudde, Stockholm presented works of Fägerskiöld's Naturgemälde in connection with the Åke Andrén Foundation's Art Grant. In 2013 Moderna Museet, Malmö presented a solo exhibition of Fägerskiöld’s work in connection with the Fredrik Roos Art Grant. He has exhibited widely in galleries in Europe and USA, and his work is found in significant international museum collections. Institutional exhibition venues include Kunstmuseum Thun (2021), Borås konstmuseum (2019), Jönköpings konstmuseum (2018), Sven-Harrys konstmuseum, Stockholm (2016), Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm (2020, 2016, 2010), Artipelag, Värmdö (2015) and Wanås Skulpturpark (2010). He has been awarded the Åke Andrén Foundation's Art Grant (2018), the Fredrik Roos Art Grant (2013) and Maria Bonnier Dahlins Award for Young Artists (2010).

Installation view, "Starry Night", Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm, 2020

Center of the sun. Friday 13th October 4772. (End of first Piktun in Mayan Long Count calendar. View along the ecliptic.) 90° view towards the position of the Vernal Equinox along the ecliptic as seen from the center of the sun., 2020, oil on linen with walnut frame, 202 x 302 cm

Stockholm. 1st January 100 000. North., 2020, oil on linen with walnut frame, 202 x 322 cm

Installation view, "Paul Fägerskiöld Naturgemälde", Galerie Nordenhake, Berlin, 2018

Naledi, 2018, Oil on canvas, 250 x 305 cm

Spirit In The Sky, 2018, Oil on canvas, 240 x 240 cm

Installation view "Paul Fägerskiöld – Pale Blue Dot", Galerie Nordenhake Stockholm 2016

Final Frontier, 2016, oil on canvas with walnut frame, 238 x 331 cm

Installation view "Paul Fägerskiöld – Pale Blue Dot", Galerie Nordenhake Stockholm 2016

Untitled, 2016, acrylic on canvas with walnut frame, 241 x 307 cm

Family portrait: White Flag, dimensions variable

Untitled (White Flag), 2016, oil paint, sand, gravel and glass on canvas with walnut frame, 76 x 140 cm

Untitled, 2014, acrylic on canvas with walnut frame, 200 x 240 cm

Untitled, 2013, acrylic on canvas with walnut frame, 204 x 244 cm

Installation view "Paul Fägerskiöld – New Painting", Galerie Nordenhake Stockholm 2012

RGB, 2012, acrylic canvas with walnut frame, 242 x 313 cm

Family portrait: Stolen Messages, dimensions variable

Family portrait: Untitled series, dimensions variable