Martin Jacobson  (Swedish, 1978) 

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Martin Jacobson Biography
1978   Born in Stockholm, Sweden
1998 - 2000   Örebro Art College in Örebro, Sweden
2000 - 2005   Malmö Art Academy in Malmö, Sweden
2006   Nordiskt konstnärscenter i Dale’s artist in residency program
2007   Arbetsstipendium, Konstnärsnämnden
2009   Edstrandska stiftelsens stipendium
2010   The Swedish Arts Grants Committee
  Lives and works in Malmö, Sweden
Selected Exhibitions
2013   The Nordic Watercolour Museum (catalogue), Skärhamn, Sweden (solo) (Sep 29 – Dec 5)
2011   The Traveller’s Guide to the Other Side, La Conservera, Centro de Arte Contemporaneo, Sala Verónicas (catalogue), Murcia, Spain (solo)
2011   Galeria Filomena Soares, Lisbon, Portugal
2011   Rendered: A Stark Unreal, Contemporary Art Galleries, University of Connecticut, USA
2011   Look into My Eyes, Mitterand + Cramer, Geneva, Switzerland
2010   Nordic Delight, Institut Suédois à Paris, France
2010   17th Biennale of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
2010   Andréhn-Schiptjenko, Stockholm, Sweden (solo)
2009   Edstrandska Stiftelsens Stipendiater, Malmö Konstmuseum, Malmö, Sweden
2009   The Collectors, Curators: Elmgreen & Dragset, Danish and Nordic Pavilions, 53rd Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy
2008   Andréhn-Schiptjenko, Stockholm, Sweden (solo)
2008   Re:tur, Östergötlands länsmuseum, Linköping, Sweden
2007   Art Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark
2007   Reflektioner av rum, Andrehn-Schiptjenko, Stockholm, Sweden
2007   Teckningar, Galleri Ping-pong, Malmö, Sweden (solo)
2007   Arnstedt & Kullgren, Båstad, Sweden
2006   Arnstedt & Kullgren, Båstad, Sweden
2006   Hito Steyerl & Martin Jacobson, Signal, Malmö, Sweden
2005   Rerik, Galleri Peep, Malmö, Sweden (solo)
2004   Definitively Provisional, Appendiks, Copenhagen, Denmark
2003   Galleri Båstadgatan, Malmö, Sweden (solo)
2002   Galleri Rotor, Göteborg, Sweden (solo)
Selected Public Collections
  Malmö konstmuseum, Malmö, Sweden