Summer 2010

Artist Projects / Washed Ashore

Keren Cytter, Jason Dodge, and Annika Ström

What would you do if you were washed ashore on a desert island?

Jason Dodge.
Annika Ström (Courtesy Cell Project Space, London).

Keren Cytter is an Israeli artist based in Berlin. She has recently had solo exhibitions at Moderna Museet, Stockholm, and at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles. Her work was included in “Making Worlds” at the 53rd Venice Biennial.

Jason Dodge is an artist based in Berlin. He has recently exhibited at Casey Kaplan, New York; Yvon Lambert, Paris; and Kunstverein Hannover. His book I woke up. There was a note in my pocket explaining what had happened was published by Hatje Cantz this year.

Annika Ström is a Swedish artist living in Hove, UK. Her most recent solo shows include “Made in France by Annika Ström” at onestar press, Paris, and “The title of the show is too sad” at Galleria Sonia Rosso, Turin. Her work will be included in forthcoming group exhibitions at the Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, and at the Jeu de Paume, Paris. She has been commissioned to create a project for the 2010 Frieze Art Fair. See www.annikastrom.net for more information.

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