ERLING T.V. KLINGENBERG & SIRRA SIGRUN SIGURDARDOTTIR

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Erling T.V. Klingenberg studied at the Icelandic College of Art & Craft and graduated from there in 1994. He also studied at the Hochschule fur BildendeKunst in Frankfurt am Main and in Kiel in Germany. From there he went to Halifax, Canada and graduated 1997 with a MFA degree from Nova Scotia College of Art & Design.

Erling T.V. Klingenberg has both exhibited in his native Iceland and abroad, f.ex. in Austria, Bulgaria, Germany, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Denmark, Sweden, Netherland, Ireland, Poland, USA, Canada and China.

Beside his own practice, Erling is one of the founders of Kling & Bang gallery (2003) that also ran the artist base KlinK and BanK 2004 and 2005. He has, with his colleagues at Kling & Bang, organized and collaborated on various project with many other artists, such as Sheep Plug with Jason Rhoades and Paul McCarthy, the film Skipholt with John Bock, Two Hanks with David Askevold, Hugris with Gelitin and the Sirkus Bar at Frieze Project (Frieze Art Fair 2008).

Erling T.V. Klingenberg has both exhibited in his native Iceland and abroad, f.ex. in Austria, Bulgaria, Germany, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Denmark, Sweden, Netherland, Ireland, Poland, USA, Canada and China.

Beside his own practice, Erling is one of the founders of Kling & Bang gallery (2003) that also ran the artist base KlinK and BanK 2004 and 2005. He has, with his colleagues at Kling & Bang, organized and collaborated on various project with many other artists, such as Sheep Plug with Jason Rhoades and Paul McCarthy, the film Skipholt with John Bock, Two Hanks with David Askevold, Hugris with Gelitin and the Sirkus Bar at Frieze Project (Frieze Art Fair 2008).

Sirra Sigrun Sigurdardottir graduated from School of Visual Arts with MFA in Art Practice 2013, the Iceland Academy of the Arts in 2001 and studied Art Theory at the University of Iceland from 2003 to 2004. She is one of the founders of the artist-run space Kling & Bang (2003) in Reykjavik and has in that capacity organized a number of exhibitions and projects. She has exhibited extensively in Iceland and internationally. Solo shows at Reykjavík Art Museum, The Living Art Museum, Kling & Bang and Dorothea Schlueter gallery. Group shows and collaborations include VedenVarassa, Amos Andersons konstmuseum, Helsinki,CIVILIZATION – Monumental Materialism, Colony, PS1 MOMA, New York, The Space Between Now and Then, Galería OMR, Mexico City, Tower of Now,No Soul For Sale, Festival of Independents, Tate Modern, Turbine Hall, London, UK, Sirkus, Frieze Projects, Regents Park, London, UK and Sundogs, Truck Gallery, Calgary, Canada.

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