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SARA MÖLLER 

CV

SOLO SHOWS
2022
Berg Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden
2020
Berg Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden
2019
Norrtälje Konsthall, Sweden
2018
Gallery Thomassen, Göteborg, Sweden
Kulturcentrum Ronneby Konsthall, Ronneby, Sweden
2017
Vandalorum, Värnamo, Sweden
Gallery Domeij, Stockholm, Sweden
2016
Guldagergaard, Skælskør, Denmark
2015
Tjörnedala Konsthall, Österlen, Sweden
Hordaland Kunstsenter/ Archipelago Kunstgalleri,
Bergen, Norway
Gallery Thomassen, Göteborg, Sweden
Bergdala Gallery, Bergdala, Sweden
2014
Vetlanda Museum, Vetlanda, Sweden
2013
Göteborgs Konstförening, Göteborg, Sweden
Färgfabriken Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden
2012
Nääs Gallery, Floda, Sweden
Bergdala Gallery, Bergdala, Sweden
2011
Blås och Knåda, Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden

GROUP SHOWS and ART EVENTS

2020
Lokstallet Konsthall, Strömstad, Sweden
2019
Bergdala Gallery, Bergdala, Sweden
Nevven Gallery, Göteborg, Sweden
Chart Art Fair, Copenhagen
Nejd, Göteborg, Sweden
NorArt Gallery, Nora, Sweden
2018
European Ceramic Context, Bornholm Art Museum, Denmark
Gallery Thomassen, Göteborg, Sweden
2017
Prins Gong’s Mansion, Peking, Kina
Höganäs Museum, Höganäs
Nevven Gallery, Göteborg
Norrtälje Konsthall, Konst i ån, Norrtälje, Sweden
Gallery Thomassen, Göteborg, Sweden
Charlottenborg Kunsthal, Copenhagen, Denmark
Färgfabriken, Stockholm, Sweden
2016
Bergdala Konstgalleri, Bergdala
Galleri Thomassen, Göteborg
2015
Gallery Thomassen, Göteborg, Sweden
Gallery Domeij, Stockholm, Sweden
Westerwald Ceramics Museum Hatton of Hausen, Tyskland
Växjö Konsthall, Sweden
2014
Vandalorum Museum, Vetlanda, Sweden
Kunsthall Grenland, Art Gallery, Porsgrunn, Norway
Gallery Thomassen, Göteborg, Sweden
2013
Gmunden Keramik Manufaktur, Gmunden, Austria
SIM House Gallery, Reykjavik, Island
Gallery Two Little Birds, Göteborg, Sweden
Home in the woods, -Pop-Up Gallery, New York, USA
Gallery Sigma, Växjö, Sweden
2012
Gallery Italienska Palatset, Växjo, Sweden
The Danish Ceramic Museum, Grimmerhus, Denmark
Höganäs Museum, Sweden
2011
Blås och Knåda Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden
2010
Gallery Guldagergaard, Skælskør, Denmark
Museum of Architecture, Stockholm, Sweden
Lokstallet Konsthall, Strömstad, Sweden
2009
Form och Design Center, Malmö, Sweden
Röhsska Satellite Gallery, Lidköping, Sweden
Röhsska Museum, Göteborg, Sweden
2007
Gallery Konstepidemin, Göteborg, Sweden
Liljevalchs Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden

PURCHASED AND REPRESENTED
The National Public Art Council in Sweden
Stockholm Cultural Administration
The City of Stockholm, Sweden
The City of Gothenburg, Sweden
The City of Strömstad, Sweden
The City of Norrtälje, Sweden
The City of Växjö, Sweden
SAK, Swedish Association for Art
Sörmlands Landsting, Sweden
Vetlanda Museum, Sweden
Beckers Collection, Sweden
Västra Götalandsregionen, Sweden
Höganäs Museum, Sweden

EDUCATION
2009
MFA, Masters Programmes in Applied Art
HDK-Valand, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
2007
BFA, Bachelor’s programme in Ceramic Art
HDK-Valand, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. 
2004
Kronobergs Konstskola

PUBLIC ART
2021
Bålbroskolan Rimbo
Commissioned by Norrtälje Kommun.
2020
Alma-Stråket,Uppsala, Sweden
Commissioned by Uppsala Kommun
2017
Växjö Art Site,Växjö, Sweden
Commissioned by Växjö Kommun
2017
Kvibergs kaserner, Göteborg, Sweden
Commissioned by Göteborg City

ARTIST IN RESIDENCE
2020-2021
The Wöhr/Reinheimer Stiftung für bildende Kunst,
Berlin, Germany
2017
The Pottery Workshop,
Jingdezhen, China
2015
Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Center, Skælskør, Denmark
2013
The 2013 Gmunden Ceramics Symposium Workshop,
Gmunden, Austria
Sim Residency,
Reykjavik, Iceland
2012
Iaspis, Space, The White Building,
London, Great Britian
2010
Guldagergaards International Ceramic Research Center, Skælskør, Denmark

AWARDS AND GRANTS
2020
The Wöhr/Reinheimer Stiftung für bildende Kunst
Estrid Ericsons Stiftelse
2019
Adlerbertska Stiftelsen / Sällskapet Gnistan
Helge Ax:son Johnsons Stiftelse
2018
The Swedish Art Grants Committee, two-year working grant
Göteborgs Stads Kulturstipendium
Estrid Ericsons Stiftelse 
Wilhelm and Martina Lundgrens Stipendiefond
The Swedish Art Grants Committee, Project Grant
2017
Bengt Julins Stiftelse
Iaspis, The Swedish Art Grants Committee
2016
Gallery Bergdala Grant
2015
Iaspis, The Swedish Arts Grants Committee
2014
The Swedish Art Grants Committee, two-year working grant
Göteborg City, Pronto
Helge Ax:son Johnsons Stipendiefond
2013
Beckers Art Award 2013
Otto and Charlotte Mannheimers Stipendiefond
Estrid Ericsons Stiftelse
Wilhelm and Martina Lundgrens Stiftelse
2012
Iaspis – the Swedish Arts Grants Committee
Företagarna Göteborg
2011
Hertha Bengtsson Stipendie
2010
The Swedish Arts Grants Committee, one-year working grant
Helge Ax:son Johnsons Stiftelse
Estrid Ericsons Stiftelse
2009
Gothenburg Art and Crafts Society
Einar Forseths Stipendie
Markussens Stipendiefond
2008
Otto and Charlotte Mannheimer Stipendiefond
2007
Regional Council of Southern Småland Culture grant
Bertha Neuberghs Stipendiefond

REPRESENTED BY
BERG GALLERY
Showroom
Hälsingegatan 43 (corner of Hudiksvallsgatan)
113 31 Stockholm
SWEDEN
www.berggallery.se
Sculptures available for sale

MEMBER
KRO, Konstnärernas riksorganisation / Swedish artists organisation
Smålands Konstnärsförbund
BUS / Visual Arts Copyright Society in Sweden
KKV Göteborg

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Sara Möller’s work is primarily sculptural, often ceramic. She always strives to challenge and exceed the boundaries of the ceramic field, to comply with and expose both the shortcomings and the benefits of the medium. She wants to create meetings of love, crashes and clashes, simultaneously radiating both vibrant sensualism and dystopian chaos. Like a children’s game, her forms and shapes aren’t easily tamed or captured. They twist and turn as if trying to avoid the stiff, expected pose. The finished works can therefore be viewed as byproducts or stills from a rhythmic play.
 
Möller’s elusive and organic imagery is also visible in her paintings, which often take the form of pre-studies or two-dimensional versions of her sculptural works.
 
Sara Möller was born in Växjö and resides and works in Gothenburg. In 2009, she graduated from HDK Academy of Art and Design in Gothenburg with an MA in ceramic art. Her work has been shown in many exhibitions both in Sweden and internationally, including at CHART Art Fair, Copenhagen, Färgfabriken, Stockholm, and Galleri Thomassen, Gothenburg. She has received a large number of grants and awards (from the City of Gothenburg, Hertha Bengtsson, and Konstnärsnämnden, amongst others). In 2013, Sara Möller was granted with the prestigious Beckers Art Award. Möller also works with public commissions and was renowned for the work Pissed Elin which was permanently installed in Växjö in 2017.