Winner of the Leone d’Argento and the Carnegie Art Award, represented in some of the world’s foremost collections, one of the protagonists of contemporary art in northern Europe, the Swede Nathalie Djurberg has exhibited in the most important international art institutes, including the Tate Britain, P.S.1 in New York, the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, 21st Century Minsheng Art Museum in Shanghai, and Fondazione Prada in Milan.
For years Djurberg has worked with the musician, producer and composer Hans Berg, who is particularly well known for his work in electronic and experimental music. Together the two artists build large immersive installations, bona fide landscapes of the absurd that explore the dynamics and contradictions of our time. Using irony and paradox, the two artists stage biting allegories of the most visceral and grotesque sentiments: jealousy, revenge, greed, and lust.
Constituting the second stage of the project that involves Moderna Museet and Schirn Kunsthalle, the exhibition is the broadest yet dedicated to the Swedish duo.

The exhibition is produced by Moderna Museet in collaboration with Mart and Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt.