Moa Israelsson Forsberg

Born 1982 in Ljungby, Sweden.
Lives and works in Åkers Styckebruk, Sweden.
Represented by Galerie Forsblom Stockholm/Helsingfors. www.galerieforsblom.com

Email: moa.israelssson@gmail.com
Phone: +46(0)738 332234
www.areawilderness.com
www.moaisraelsson.se


Education:

2005.2010 MA at the Royal University College of Fine Arts, Stockholm.
2002-2005 Idun Loven Art School, Stockholm.


Selected Solo Exhibitions:

2016 Nothing Inside is Worth Dying for, Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. With Marcus Mårtensson.
2013 Areawilderness, Angelika Knäpper Gallery. Stockholm.
2011 ForstGates.com, Crystal Beacon art space #10.
2009 Don´t let the Sadness of the Swamp get to you. Galleri Mejan, Royal University College of fine arts, Stockholm.


Selected Group Exhibitions:

2015 Gimme Shelter, Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm.
2014 Vinternatt, Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm.
2013 Panorama, Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm.
2013 Slideluck Stockholm III, Bio Rio, Stockholm.
2013 Group show, A Common Fall, St. Görans Gymnasium. Stockholm.
2012 The Lot, temporary sculpture park, Antechamber, Copenhagen.
2012 Järnboden, Harg.
2010 Skulpturparken karby gård. Stockholm.
2010 Streching Mind and Space, Angelika Knäpper gallery. Stockholm.
2010 Royal University Collage of Fine Arts, MA Graduation Exhibition. Stockholm
2010 HBK/CPH , BKS Garage. Copenhagen.
2009 V.art-09. Värnamo.
2008 Moving, Clarion Art Film Festival. Stockholm.
2008 Royal University Collage of Fine Arts Bachelor Exhibition. Stockholm.
2006 Forum Återväxt, Stockholm.
2005 Jönköpings länssalong, Jönköpings konsthall.


Other Works:

ArtResLab Hagastaden. Six months residency between artists and life science researchers. In collaboration with The Swedish Art Agency. Nov 2014 - May 2015.


Represented:

Public Art Agency Sweden
Gylleboverket
Bonnier AB
private collectors


Grants:

Konstnärsnämndens 2 åriga arbetsstipendium, 2014.
Stiftelsen Marianne och Sigvards Bernadottes Konstnärsfond, 2013.
Konstnärsnämndens arbetsstipendium, 2011.
Gustav och Ida Unmans donationsfond 2009.
Stig Hedbergs resestipendie 2009. Louisiana, USA.