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Cecilie DAHL - Suckers (2001)

curated by Ombretta Agrò Andruff


In September 2001 Velan will present Suckers, a solo exhibition by Cecilie DAHL (Oslo, Norway, 1960). The chewing-gum is the research subject by this Norwegian artist, resident in New York, from the first work where the chewing-gum is the media to create images, to the latest works where it becomes the subject of photographs and videos, industrial product and metaphor of the Americanization of European culture.

Cecilie Dahl grew up in Oslo and vicinity, and Accra, Ghana. Dahl studied at Bournemouth and Poole College of Art, UK, and The Art Academy in Oslo, Norway. She had tenure at The Kunstlerhaus Bethanien in Berlin, DAAD, 1989-90. Her artist book, Perspective Berlin, pubilshed with her solo show in 1991, received a price at the Frankfurter Book fair, and was purchased by MoMA New York for their artist book collection. Dahl had several solo and group shows in Berlin before moving to New York where she had tenure at the P.S.1. International Studio Program, 1993-94 and at the ISCP, (International Studio and Curatorial Program), 2003-04. Malmo Konst Museum in Sweden has been collecting her work since 1990. Their most recent acquisitions are Dahl's last video, and three photographs from her body of work: Clothes for a Summer Hotel. The Brooklyn Museum in NY has the largest collection of her work.




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