Sigvard Olsson never visits his own vernissages.

Perhaps he deems that solely the paintings should be shown and experienced. No explanations are needed.

He writes the following in a catalogue:

“Will there ever be a future after us, then that future’s historians will say that of all the crap we left after us, there were also a few pearls:

Jazz music and some major paintings that were created during the period of less than twenty years of “Abstract Expressionism”.

And the most beautiful picture of our time that I could think of, would be Lester in front of “Easter Monday”, with his a little wet and airy tone, sadly blowing “There’ll never be another you”.

It will never be better.”

28th February – 28th March

Tuesday - Friday 12 – 17  Saturday 12 - 16