Blås & Knåda is a craft collective with a gallery and shop since 1975. For decades they have shown and distributed modern glass and ceramics on a wide and exciting scale, from custom goods to free art. Since new generations of artisans joined in, the collective is constatly changing.
Address: Hornsgatan 26, Stockholm
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ARTIST TALK • October 4, 19.00
Exhibition: Leftovers – sculptures in stonewear and raku
Artist: Lena Andersson
About: Over the years Lena has worked both with sculpural and public art comissions. In this exhibition she has been inspired and used pieces ”leftovers”, from earlier works.
Registration: Free of charge, no registration needed.
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OPENING • October 5, 11.00-16.00
Exhibition: Leftovers – Lena Andersson
About: Over the years Lena has worked both with sculpural and public art comissions. In this exhibition she has been inspired and used pieces ”leftovers”, from earlier works.

Exhibition: Afloat – Paul-Robin Sjöström and Charlotta Bellander
About: 
Collaboration and exploration between and with two minds. What is happening then? Using modules and light as a frame. Playing with the space in-between us.
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EXHIBITIONS • October 5, 11.00-16.00 and October 6, 12.00-16.00, For regular opening hours visit www.blasknada.com
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om konstnären
Lena Andersson, keramiker sen 45 år tillbaka, visar skulpturer i stengods och raku. Hon har har under åren arbetat med skulptural keramik och offentliga utsmyckningar –både offentligt och privat – där upprepningar av kakelformationer tryckta i formar, bildar en rikedom av mönster som varieras i det oändliga. I utställningen har hon inspirerats och använt bitar som blivit kvar och på så sätt skapat nya verk med minnen från tidigare arbeten.
Charlotta Bellander • Photo by David Stjernholm
Paul Robin Sjöström, Is There Anything Scarier Than Love • Photo P-R Sjöström

Lena Andersson, väskor, Blås & Knåda • Photo Lena Andersson

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