Ellen Ehk Swedish, b. 1976

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Ellen Ehk lives and works outside of Nybro, Sweden. She received a Master of Applied Arts in Ceramic Art at the University of Design and Crafts in Gothenburg, Sweden in 2002. Ehk has made several solo presentations in Sweden including three at Berg Gallery, Stockholm and two at VIDA Museum &  Konsthalll, Öland, and also at Galerie NeC, Paris and PULS Gallery, Brussels. She has made many group exhibitions, among others at the Da-End Gallery in Paris, the Röhsska Museum, VIDA Museum and Solliden Royal Park in Sweden and galleries, museums and art fairs in Japan, United Kingdom, the Netherlands, South Korea, China, Denmark, Spain and Finland.

 

Ehk has made several public commissions, including "Throne" in Gröndal and "Stone and Lantern" at Södertörn’s University, both in Stockholm. She is represented in the collections of Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, Röhsska Museet, Gothenburg, Shanghai Arts and Craft Museums, the Swedish Public Art Agency (Statens Konstråd), several Swedish regions and cities, and in several private collections. In 2019, she was the first artist to receive the Ulrica Hydman Vallien Memorial Grant.

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