Ville Andersson's Mask (2016) is on display at Max Ernst Museum
Photo: Courtesy of the artist
Artist Ville Andersson is presenting two works in international museum exhibitions: Northern Exposure: Contemporary Nordic Arts Revealed, running until 6 September 2018 at the newly opened Nordic Museum in Seattle, US; and Robert Wilson – "The Hat Makes the Man" running through 26 August at the Max Ernst Museum in Brühl, Germany, 20 km south of the city of Cologne. For both exhibitions, artworks have been loaned from Robert Wilson's art collection, located at the Watermill Center in New York, US.
Andersson was one of the artists who stayed at the Wantermill Center in New York for their Artist-in-Residence Program in the Spring 2018. The Watermill Center was founded in 1992 by theater and visual artist Robert Wilson. Watermill houses Robert Wilson's extensive art collection for research, study and inspiration.
Read more about Ville Andersson's residency at the Watermill Center >>
Ville Andersson's solo exhibition, 'I can't go on. I will go on.', first seen in Helsinki Contemporary in January 2018, is currently on display at the gallery of the Finnish Institute in Berlin until 20 June. Read more >>
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