Alice Máselníková b. 1989


Alice Máselníková (b. 1989, Zlín, Czech Republic) is a visual artist based in Stockholm. Myths, dreams, bodies and nature intertwine in her work to capture a fleeting moment, intimacy of touch and strange subtleties of the soul. But above all there is melancholy, embracing the bizarre, grotesque and ambivalent in life as a part of our striving for beauty.


Máselníková holds a BA (Hons) in Fine Art and Philosophy from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Arts and Design, Dundee, and an MA in Curating Art from Stockholm University. She has also studied Fine Art at Universidad Politécnica de Valencia and attended a course at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm. Her work has been exhibited in a number of solo and group exhibitions (such as Eulengasse, Frankfurt, Top e.V., Berlin, KH7artspace, Aarhus, Konsthallen ABC, Stockholm, and Molekyl Gallery, Malmö) and is represented in several private and public collections in Sweden and internationally. Aside from her painting practice she writes poetry. She is also active as a curator, editor and cultural funding consultant.