Alimi Adewale | Connections II
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Connections II

Astley Gallery is an art gallery and a museum in Uttersberg in Skinnskatteberg municipality . Galleri Astley is since May 1977 Otter ‘s former railway station , designed by Theodor Dahl and erected in 1897 Köping- Uttersberg- Riddarhyttan Railway . The gallery was founded in 1968 in Koping by Astley Nyhlén (died 13 July 2008) .

The gallery has subsequently been enlarged by a museum in a restored granary that belonged to Otter ‘s mansion, with a sculpture park and a graphics workshop in a former railway warehouse . The art museum is a permanent exhibition of works by the Russian- American painter , printmaker and sculptor Ernst Neizvestny .

Galleri Astley is run by members of the  Nyhlén family .

 

Adeola Balogun and Alimi Adewale continue the second phase of their residency at Galleri Astley and it was followed by an exhibition titled connection II.

Venue

Galleri Astley Uttersberg 739 92 Skinnskatteberg

Date

August 30, 2015