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Lis Zwick

Lis Zwick was born in Cobenhagen, Denmark in 1942, but is since many years living nearby Örkelljunga in Southern Sweden with here husband Jörgen Nash.

Education:
Lis Zwick studies art at the Kunstakademiet, Grafisk Höjskole and Den Fri Eksperimetnalskole in Denmark. She has also studied enamel painting under the guidence of French and Swedish artists.

Solo exhibitions
Lis Zwick work has been exhibited in Balderups Castle, Arild, Sweden ´63; Helsingborg Museum, Sweden ´71; Kunstgården, Helsingborg, Sweden ´´73; Gallery 38, Cobenhagen ´74; Gallery Heland, Stockholm ´76; City Hall Tårnby, Denmark ´77; Gallery Loftet, Malmö, Sweden ´78; Gallery Torso, Odense, Denmark ´78; Society of Art, Munich, Germany ´79; Gallery Kända Malere, Jönköping, Sweden ´80; Gallery Heland, Stockholm ´82; Gallery Marius, Copenhagen ´83; Gallery Christa Schübbe, Düsseldorf, Germany ´84; Museo Carillo Gil, Mexico City ´85; Museum Nacional de Belle Artes, Havana, Cuba ´85; Gallery Syd, Nyköbing, Denmark ´88, Gallery Kaibundo, Kobe, Japan ´88; Gallery Miharaya, Tokyo ´88; Kobe Arthall, Japan ´88; Gallery Max Seidenfader, Fredriksberg ´88; Gallery Knud Grothe, Charlottenlund, Denmark ´89; Grafikhuset, Stockholm ´90; Nordisk Ministerråd, Copenhagen ´92; Gallery Max Seidenfader, Fredriksberg ´92; Gallery C, Århus, Denmark ´94; Landskrona Konsthall, Sweden ´96; Gallery Max Seidenfader, Fredriksberg ´97; Mikkelborg, Nordisk Kulturcenter, Denmark ´98; Skissernas Museum, Lund, Sweden ´98; Gallery C, Århus, Denmark ´98.

Group exhibitions
Alternative Document, Kassel, Germany ´72; Utopias/Realities, Lunds Konsthall, Sweden ´73; Female artists, Malmö Konsthall, Sweden and Charlottenborg, Denmark ´75; Centre Culturel Suedois, Paris ´80; Young Danish Art, Charlottenborg, Denmark ´81; Salon De Tokyo and Museum of Modern art Tokyo ´82; Drakabygget, Kulturens Myreture, Charlottnenborg, Cenmark ´82; Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo ´82; The International Art Exhibition, Cologne, Germany ´83; Bilddikt, Diktbild, Malmö Konsthall, Sweden ´83; International Exhibiton of Original Drawings ´84; Museum of Modern Art, Riijeka, Jugoslavia ´84; Skånes Konstföräning, Anniversary Exhibiton, Malmö Konsthall, Sweden ´85; FIAC, Grand Palais, Paris ´86; Municipal Artgallery, Karlskrona, Sweden ´88; Stockholm Art Fair ´89; Syntheses, Charlottenborg, Denmark ´89; Graphictriannal, Gothenborg Art Museum ´89; House of Parliament, Stockholm ´89; Fuji Art Association and Ueno Municipal Art Museum, Tokyo ´90; Gallery 53, London ´90; The International Graphicbiannal, Tallinn, Estonia ´92; Situationists, Joined exhibition of Danish artists ´93-94; Trudsholm Kunstcenter, Holbaek, Denmark ´98; Museum of Modern Art, Vienna ´98; Fuji Museum, Tokyo ´98.

Represented:
Work by Lis Zwick is exhibited at Museum of Modern Art and Museo Carillo Gil, Mexico City; Kobe Art Museum, Japan; Museum Nacional de Belle Artes and Centro Vifredo, Lam, Havanna, Cuba; Magadima Museum, Saitama and Tagayamuseum, Tokyo, Japan. In Sweden at Skissernas Museum, Lund, Malmö Museum, Sundsvall Museum, Helsingborg Museum, Eskiltuna Museum, Kristianstad Museum, Municipal Art Gallery Karlskrona, Norrköping Museum, Ystad Museum, Statens Konstråd, Stockholm, House of Parliament Stockholm, Concert Hall Kristianstad. In Denmark at the South-Jutland Art Museum, Tönder; Stadens Konstfond, Copenhagen; and Copenhagen University.

Work Lis Zwick is also frequently exhibited in public places like libraries, universities, schools, hospitals, swimmingpools, city hall and on house facades. Some of these art pieces have been made in cooperation with Jörgen Nash.

Nightbridges

Between Scylla and Karypdis
Twins I
Twins II
Loveriders
The artists
The spearthrower
Loveletter


Primadonna


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