KONST: Inside the hyped Coulisse Gallery (with Filip Zieciak, Jeanette Gunnarsson, and Hank Grüner)
In this episode of KONST our host Roland-Philippe Kretzschmar talks about the hyped Coulisse Gallery with owners Filip Zieciak and Jeanette Gunnarsson. We’re also guested by Hank Grüner, who debuts his shamanistic art at the gallery on November 4.
If the last episode was about running a gallery for 30-plus years, this conversation is about setting up a new space and how to build relevance. In this episode of KONST, the host Roland-Philippe Kretzschmar meets with Filip Zieciak, founder of the much-hyped Coulisse Gallery. They are joined by Jeanette Gunnarsson, a freelance curator running the gallery with Filip, and Hank Grüner, an artist who will soon have his first solo show in Stockholm.
Coulisse Gallery focuses on presenting young, cutting-edge artists and designers, from Scandinavia and beyond. With a collaborative approach at its core, the gallery aims to bring a vibrant new energy to the Stockholm art scene, connecting artists and creatives from different disciplines who have common visual and conceptual threads in their practices. Coulisse Gallery is run by founder Filip Zieciak together with freelance curator Jeanette Gunnarsson. Filip is a Konstfack graduate, having previously worked as a furniture and set designer and architect in the Netherlands and Sweden. Jeanette previously worked as a freelance curator with various galleries in London and New York before moving to Stockholm at the end of 2021.
KONST is a show by Scandinavian MIND about contemporary and future art; the interconnection with society, culture, technology, finance and lifestyle. The outlook is primarily at the art world from a Scandinavian perspective, although taking into account the global arena of artists, exhibitions, trade fairs and other current events. The host of KONST is Roland-Philippe Kretzschmar, Editor-at-large at Scandinavian MIND.
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