Summer exhibitions at RiverCity Gallery23 June, 2020
We wish you a wonderful summer!
After a spring and early summer that has not been like any other, summer is now here!
We are pleased to be able to offer exhibitions by various visiting artists this summer as well. Instead of meeting us, you will meet the various exhibiting artists who hold their own exhibitions.
You can find the entire summer program here.
This autumn we will among others, show the previously canceled exhibition with Tarik Hardaga.
We will get back with the whole autumn program.
Monica Göransson & Marie-Louise Jensen Bäcker
SPRING EXHIBITION 202017 April, 2020
Starting on Saturday, April 18, a mixed spring exhibition will be shown
where you can see art by a variety of artists.
Due to the prevailing situation with Covid -19, the number of people staying in the gallery at the same time will be limited . We urge anyone who knows the symptoms to respect the rules that the authorities have issued and to stay at home.
You can now shop through our website, where you will find many of our works of art.
Gift certificates are available for purchase.
If you want to support art life, you can also become a member of Älvstadens Konstförening with a chance to win an artwork in the annual art lottery. Sign up via this link.
Monica Göransson & Marie-Louise Jensen Bäcker
070 – 284 20 50 070 – 818 68 96
Opening hours until further notice:
Friday, Saturday, Sunday 12-15
Wednesday, Thursday 1 pm-5pm
Other times available for booked visits!
ARJUNA GEIR AASEHAUG IN A SOLO EXHIBITION13 March, 2020
We present Arjuna Geir Aasehaug in a solo exhibition during the period March 21 – April 5, 2020.
In this exhibition we will be met by Arjuna’s dreamy and enigmatic expression.
Arjuna works primarily with acrylic on canvas. He is interested in contrasts in both the technical and the thematic, and is happy to explore the contradictions and different characteristics that live side by side in the world.
“I seek in a poetic way to say something about loneliness, isolation and perishability in human existence. I also explore the meeting between our inner world and the outer; room and movement in the room. People or animals are often found wandering inland in an undefined landscape; People often just like a shadow or a silhouette. Time and work process are also important key words: I want there to be traces of time and work process in my paintings. Often several layers of different worlds on top of each other. “
Arjuna Geir Aasehaug has had several solo exhibitions in Scandinavia in recent years, and he has participated in jury-judged exhibitions; for example the well known Autumn Salon in Edsvik Konsthall both 2015 and 2018.
He was born in 1967 in Bergen, Norway and today lives and works in Partille outside Gothenburg.
Vernissage will be held on Saturday, March 21 at 12-16.
GOTHENBURG IN THE ART AT RIVERCITY GALLERY11 February, 2020
We are hosting a theme exhibition about our beautiful Gothenburg.
The invited artists make their own interpretations of the city and express themselves with the help of different techniques. Painting, glass, enamel and photo.
We have asked some of the artists to say a few words about their relationship with Gothenburg and how they look at the city in art, favorite motifs and more. Click on the respective artist above.
The exhibition opens on Saturday, February 22, when there is a vernissage between 12-16.
Several of the artists will be in the gallery during the opening.
The exhibition is shown until March 8.
Will you be one of our summer exhibitors?16 January, 2020
☀ SUMMER EXHIBITION ☀
Booking for summer 2020 is open !!!
Since 2016, we have offered artists the opportunity to become a guest exhibitor in our fine gallery during the summer. Then, as an artist, you take care of hanging, guarding and marketing your exhibition.
For terms and application, contact Monica Göransson by phone: 070-284 20 50 or e-mail: email@example.com
Jenny Söderlund in this year’s first solo exhibition13 January, 2020
We present artist Jenny Söderlund in this year’s first solo exhibition “Summer memories”.
In the exhibition we will show both paintings and sculptures.
Jenny was born in 1972 and lives in Bankeryd just outside Jönköping. Jenny combines her own creation with teaching painting and sketching at Mullsjö Folkhögskola.
Vernissage Saturday, January 25 from 12-16
The exhibition takes place during the period 25 January – 9 February 2020.
“I have been drawing and painting for as long as I can remember and it started in Grandma’s lap at home in the kitchen. Then the favorite motif was princesses and castles and now, just over forty years later, it is still the girl or woman who is at the center. However, without the princess crown. Animals have always been close to me and cats and dogs are recurring elements in both painting and sculpting.
After many years of devoting myself to acrylic painting, I have started sculpting more and more in recent years. It is exciting to see how my ladies from the paintings “step out” and become a three-dimensional shape.
I see my paintings and sculptures as a touch in a story that I want the viewer to continue to fantasize about. ”
Here you can read more about Jenny and see pictures of her paintings and sculptures.
Christmas Exhibition Dec 4-184 December, 2019
Welcome to see an exhibition full of art in different techniques.
You will be met by both new and old acquaintances!
We are presenting for the first time in the gallery:
David Tedfeldt, Tarik Hardaga and Omid Ghorab
Among our previously featured artists you will find Maria C Bernhardsson, Ingrid Leonardsson, Mahmoud Alsadi, Barbro Hallén, Niklas Fännick, Kerstin Gadd, Natalia Johansson, Johanna Lawner, Arjuna Geir Aasehaug, Lennart Berggren and others.
We want to show as many of our talented artists as possible, therefore will change the exhibition during the period. It allows you who want to buy a piece of art to take it home before the end of the exhibition.
Vernissage on Wednesday, December 4 from 16-20
We wish you all a warm welcome!
Louise Villa in a solo show “The princess in the garden and the Lily Ponds”2 November, 2019
During the period Nov 9-24 2019 we will show the solo exhibition “The princess in the garden and the Lily Ponds” with Louise Villa and her poetic paintings.
Vernissage will be held Saturday Nov 9 between 12-16.
Louise Villa is born in 1974 and now living and working outside Lund. She has always painted and started exhibiting in 2013. Since then, there have been many exhibitions around Sweden and also abroad. Louise paints in oil and acrylic. She often works in several layers to give the paintings a depth.
Louise has a Bachelor of Design in Design, University of Design and Crafts, HDK, Gothenburg 2001. She has also artistic education from Dômen’s graphic school, Öland Folkhögskola Bild och Form, SV’s full-time painter school in Malmö. Various watercolors and ceramics courses as well as portrait painting at the Florence Academy of Fine Art in Gothenburg and the Swedish Academy of Realist Art, Simrishamn.
Steve Bettman is back with a new solo exhibition!3 October, 2019
We are pleased to once again be able to show Steve Bettman’s such popular watercolors.
Vernissage on Saturday October, 12 from 12-16
The exhibition is ongoing until October 27th.
Steve is trained in both watercolor and oil painting and has found his unique style from the two different worlds; the watercolor with its fast and spontaneous expression and the oil’s methodical, solid feel. The motifs are usually landscapes, sea motifs and portraits. He emphasizes the simplicity of his surroundings in a confident and self-evident way.
Barbro Hallén, Tobias Liljeborg and Kerstin Gadd in the exhibition 3 x WATERCOLOR9 September, 2019
In the exhibition 3 x WATERCOLOR, which is shown September 14-29, three watercolor artists will meet with three completely different and very personal expressions.
Barbro Hallén, Tobias Liljeborg and Kerstin Gadd
Vernissage on Saturday, September 14 from 12-16
Kerstin Gadd and Tobias Liljeborg are present during the opening ceremony. Barbro Hallén will be with us on Saturday 28 September.