ANNA PAJAK - Ophelia's Dress, 2021
ANNA PAJAK - Ophelia's Dress, 2021
ANNA PAJAK - Ophelia's Dress, 2021
ANNA PAJAK - Ophelia's Dress, 2021
ANNA PAJAK - Ophelia's Dress, 2021
ANNA PAJAK - Ophelia's Dress, 2021
ANNA PAJAK - Ophelia's Dress, 2021
ANNA PAJAK - Ophelia's Dress, 2021

ANNA PAJAK - Ophelia's Dress, 2021

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Etching 
Signed edition of 23 + 5 AP
Images from exhibitions at Wetterling Gallery, in Stockholm, and Kunstverket, Oslo, display our curated editions and a selection of larger artworks by the artist. 

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78 x 53 cm 
30 x 20 in

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About the artist

Anna Pajak is a painter and printmaker. Her starting point is often a bodily sensation translated into the visual. In her works, she explores geometrical spaces and architectural elements such as surfaces, patterns, and depths. Pajak merges color, symbols, and perspectives into visionary imagery where the abstract meets the figurative. Drawing from modernist female painters, spiritualism, and dreams, Pajak deconstructs and recombines symbols, images, shapes, and architectural fragments in ways that challenge traditional contexts and interpretations. Her large-scale paintings bring a sense of another dimension to life - a reality on the border of dream and fiction.

Anna Pajak, born in 1992, lives and works in Stockholm. She graduated with an MFA from The Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm in 2020. Anna Pajak has been exhibited at Stene Projects, Stockholm, Konsthallen Kvarnen, Dalarna, and The Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts to name a few. She has been rewarded with grants from the Queen Sonja Printmaking Award (2021) and the Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts (2019 and 2020).