The galleri became thereafter the new platform for other artists later as: Jan Håfström, L G Lundberg, Jarl Hammarberg, Lasse Hillersberg, Ulf Rahmberg, Marie-Louise De Geer, Carl Johan De Geer, Carsten Regild, K G Nilsson, Dick Bengtsson, Ola Billgren, Gert Aspelin and many more...
Portrait of Ture Sjolander by Per Bonde 1965
This portrait should fit the National Museum of Sweden,
in oil on canvas.
Click on the picture and see how this Museum handle good pioneering art works.
Pictures from the 1965 exhibition at Galleri Karlsson by Ture Sjolander:.
All Photographs: Ture Sjolander.
From Ture Sjolander's opening exhibition
of Galleri Karlsson 1964, Oktober.
Above, details of The very first acquisition of a photographic artwork made by the Museum of Modern Art from a Swedish artist. The photographs from Ture Sjolanders exhibition from 1964 was later 1965, made by Sjolander in silk screen on canvas and also the subject for his first TV experiment, "The Rule of Photography".. The article above was written by a journalist, Anders Thunberg for newspaper Dagbladet, Sundsvall, 1965/66?
"All the international museum directors, curators I have met during the last 50 years have all trying to make them self to stars on the artists behalf and taking the credits of the fantastic artistic innovations.- I have not yet seen any exception. It's a real pity ! All the modern art museums director's exchange their positions on an annual basis, no matter if it is Tate, Moderna Museet, Mori Art museum, Pompidou or whatever, you name it. They all operate like an commersiell repressive and oppressive international maffia."
Sense Moral: "Finally The Museums serve the directors and the curators myths, rather than the artists, and that is the main reason why I did not wanted to bring my works into these boxes of rooms they created. The electronic age and the new media showed me the real potential for a future, already in the early 1960's , and so do I still believe about art of significance, in our own time" Ture Sjolander 2008