Artist talk: Christian Sandell (Sweden)

“Sweden is my comfort zone,” says Christian Sandell. In our latest artist talk, this multi-talented artist share his stories of the conflict of being Swedish/Greek, confesses that his art is “maybe a little pathetic” and surprises us with the fact that he plays several instruments.

About his most memorable moment as an artist, Christian Sandell will never forget his first visit to the highly-influential Moderna Museet in Stockholm.

 That was a real kick. It was a big Matisse exhibition. I didn´t care too much about Matisse but I was stunned by the concept of the building. This big place full to the rim with really cool art. Every kid should have an experience like that.

Curious? Learn more about the scientific artist (as he describes himself) here!

“Det gamla Greckiskorna” / Installation (2011)

Photograph by Konsthopp

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Filed under Art, Artist Talk, Installation, Konsthopp, Light installation, Sculptures, Solo exhibit, Stockholm, Uncategorized, Visual Art

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