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Sophie Tottie

 

Born in Stockholm


Teaching and Education

2012– Professor at Royal Institute of Art (KKH), Stockholm

2009–2010 Visiting Artist/Lecturer, Harvard University, Department of Visual and Enviromental Studies, Cambridge, MA

2001–2009 Professor at Malmö Art Academy at Lund University


1986–1991 The Royal Institute of Arts, Stockholm

1989–1990 Institut des hautes études en arts plastiques, Paris

1984–1986 Gerlesborgskolan, Stockholm

 

Selected Residencies and Awards

2014 Carnegie Art Award

2006 The Swedish Art Council’s work grant

2002 Civitella Ranieri Foundation, Italy

2000 Berliner Künstlerprogramm des DAAD, Berlin, Germany

1998 I.A.S.P.I.S., Stockholm, Sweden

1997 Edstrandska Stiftelsen, Malmö, Sweden

1996 The Swedish Art Council’s work grant

The Elisabeth Foundation, New York City, NY, USA

1994 International Studio Program, New York City, NY, USA

Olle Baertlings stiftelse, Stockholm, Sweden

 

Selected Solo (S) and Group (G) Shows

2014 HERE/NOW, Artipelag, Stockholm (G)

Time Is/Tid finns, Belenius/Nordenhake, Stockholm (S)

MATERIAL MARKS (as far as I can reach), Giacomo Guidi Arte Contemporanea, Milano (S)

1980 – Now, Works from the Collection, Museum of Modern Art, New York City, NY (G)

Gerlesborgsskolan 70 år, Gerlesborgsskolan, Bohuslän (G)

Social Photography III, carriage trade, New York City, NY (G)

2013 * Signal to Noise, Gallerie Niklas Belenius, Stockholm (G)

distracting surface, Künstlerhaus Palais Thurn & Taxis, Bregenz (G)

Carnegie Art Award 2014, Konstakademin, Stockholm (G)

1980 – now, Contemporary Galleries, MoMA, New York City, NY (G)

2012 En linjes försvarstal / The Complaints of a Line, Thielska galleriet, Stockholm (S)

The modernist language and its re-interpretation, Special Exhibition, Milano (G)

White Lines (Metal Works and Drawings), Andrae Kaufmann, Berlin (S)

2012-11 White Lines, Malmö konstmuseum, Malmö (S)

2011 Social Photography, Carriage Trade, New York City, NY (G)

2010 On Line: Drawing Through the Twentieth Century, Museum of Modern Art, New York City, NY (G)*

2009 Written Language (line drawings), Konrad Fischer Galerie, Berlin (S)

ABER SCHWARZ IST KEINE FARBE, Konrad Fischer Galerie, Düsseldorf (G)

From Place to Place II, Museum of Sketches (Archives of Public Art), Lund (G)

2008 Planes & Squares, galleri Brändström Stockholm, Stockholm (S)

2007 Fiction Is No Joke, Liljevalchs konsthall, Stockholm (S)*

Jag vill kunna se vad det är, Lunds konsthall, Lund (G)

Wandauftrag II, Bayer, Leverkusen (G)

2006 Red Pilot, carlier | gebauer, Berlin (S)

Common Destinations, The Drawing Center, New York City, NY (G)*

2005 Perspektörerna (Bagdad), Galleri Brändström & Stene, Stockholm (S)

Isolario, Lunds konsthall, Lund (S)*

Art Feminism, touring exhibition: Dunkers Kulturhus, Helsingborg; Liljevalchs Konsthall, Stockholm; Hälsinglands Museum, Hudiksvall; Göteborgs Konstmuseum, Gothenburg (G)*

2003 Die Perspekteure, carlier | gebauer, Berlin (S)

Moderna Museet c/o Malmö Konsthall, Malmö (G)*

2002 I Want to Be Frivolous!, Göteborgs Konstmuseum, Gothenburg (S)*

Gossip, Rooseum/Malmö Konstmuseum, Malmö (G)

Carnegie Art Award, touring exhibition: Victoria Miro Gallery, London and the Nordic countries (G)

2001 For the Vicinity of Concord, daad galerie, Berlin (S)*

Make Me Feel, special exhibition—art athina, Athens (G)*

Projects for a Revolution, Le Mois de la Photo à Montreal (G)*

Mirror’s Edge, touring exhibition: Bildmuseet, Umeå; Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver; Castello di Rivoli, Turin; Tramway, Glasgow; Charlottenborg, Copenhagen (G)*

2000 Re-drawing the Line, Art in General, New York City, NY (G)

Escape_Space, Ursula Blickle Stiftung, Kraichtal (G)*

Under the Same Sky, Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki (G)*

1999 Days to Come, Galleri Andreas Brändström, Stockholm (S)

Urban Visions, Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA (G)*

De Vleeshal, Middelburg, Netherlands (G)

Contemporary Film and Video Screening, Wolfsonian Museum, Miami, FL (G)

1998 Welcome to Earth, Arkipelag, Stockholm (S)*

Out of the North, Württembergischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart (G)*

Come Closer, Liechtensteinische Staatliche Kunstsammlung, Vaduz (G)*

Visions du Nord /Nuit blånche, Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris (G) *

The King Is not the Queen, Arkipelag, Stockholm (G)*

1997 Protect Identity, Malmö Konstmuseum, Malmö (S)

Untitled/Bloody Flyovers, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL (S)

Deposition, Venice Biennale (G)*

The Crystal Stopper, Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York City, NY (G)

1996 På Tiden, Moderna Museet, Stockholm (G)*

The Architecture of Dreams, Museo Regional, Guadalajara (G)

See What it Feels Like, Rooseum, Malmö (G)*

Soho 20, New York, NY (G)

1995 Pictures for the Chief Electrician, Patrick Callery, New York City, NY (S)

Patrick Callery, New York City, NY (G)

1994 Galerie Anhava, Helsinki (G)

Médiations, La Base, Paris (G)*

Gallery Andréhn-Schiptjenko and Galleri Enkehuset, Stockholm (S)*

1993 Ad Hoc, Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm (G)

1992 Identitet, Galleri Enkehuset, Stockholm (G)*

1991/1992 Moika 22, Apartment 9, St. Petersburg and Granowskaya 5, Apartment 52, Moscow (G)*

1991 STILLSTAND Switches, Shedhalle, Zurich (G)*

1990 Le territoire de l’art, The Russian Museum, Leningrad (G)*

* Catalogue

 

Selected Catalogues and Publications

2014 Hannula, Mika and Tottie, Sophie. ”Sophie Tottie interviewed by Mika Hannula,” and ”Painting All Over,” Frances Morris, Carnegie Art Award. Exh. Book. Stockholm/ Värnamo: Carnegie Art Award

2011 Foster, Hal and Tottie, Sophie. “The Visit.” White Lines. Exh. Book. Malmö/ Koethen: Malmö konstmuseum/Distanz Verlag

2011 Magdalena Dziurlikowska. “Gränslös konst.” Konstvärlden No 6

2011 Hornig, Sabine and Tottie, Sophie. “Mindspaces.” Durchs fenster, München: Pinakotek der Moderne

2011 Tottie, Sophie. “A Line’s Manifesto / En linjes försvarstal.” Hus 10, Gina Tricot, Villa G. Värnamo: Wingårdhs Arkitektkontor AB

2010 Butler, Cornelia H. “Walkaround Time.” Exh. cat. On Line. Drawing Through the Twentieth Century. New York, NY: Museum of Modern Art

Tottie, Sophie. “Språkskriftfragment.” Det åskådliga och det bottenlösa: tankar om konst och humaniora tillägnade Margaretha Rossholm Lagerlöf. Festschrift for Professor Margaretha Lagerlöf. Stockholm: Department of Art History/ Skrifter från konstvetenskapliga institutionen vid Stockholms universitet, Eidos No. 22

2009 Tottie, Sophie. “Hegel’s House,” Babel. Festschrift for Werner Hamacher, ed. Aris Fioretos. Basel: Urs Engeler Verlag

2008 Tottie, Sophie. “FOYM,” Festschrift for Daniel Burén. Collective artist book. Paris: Atelier Daniel Burén

2007 Jessica Morgan, Margaretha Rossholm Lagerlöf, Stefan Jonsson, Niclas Östlind, Sophie Tottie. Fiction Is No Joke. Exh. cat. Stockholm/ Ostfildern: Liljevalchs Konsthall /Hatje Cantz

Rossholm Lagerlöf, Margaretha. “I bildkonstens reflektionskammare. Sophie Totties kommande dagar.” Konstverk och konstverkan, eds. Rossholm, Göran and Göran Sonesson. Eslöv: Symposium

2006 Carl, Katherine. “Sophie Tottie.” The Drawing Center’s Drawing Papers, No. 64. New York, NY: The Drawing Center

Rossholm Lagerlöf, Margaretha. Inlevelse och vetenskap. Om tolkning av bildkonst. Stockholm: Atlantis

2005 Jonsson, Stefan. “Consciousness Within,” Isolario. Exh. cat. Lund: Lunds Konsthall

2004 Allgårdh, Sophie and Estelle af Malmborg. “Svensk konst nu. 85 konstnärer födda efter 1960,” Stockholm: Sveriges Allmänna Konstförening

Tottie, Sophie. “Sometimes someone ends up alone with their image.” Herr P, Dr Löwenskjöld och Björn Lövin, Stockholm: Moderna Museet

2003 Springfeldt, Björn. Moderna Museet c/o Malmö Konsthall. Exh. cat. Stockholm: Moderna Museet

Basualdo, Carlos. “Forms of the Possible,” insert for For the Vicinity of Concord, artist book, Berlin/New York, NY: DAAD/Printed Matter

2002 Tottie, Sophie. “18 Sunsets for Each 24 Hour Period”, Carnegie Art Award. Stockholm: Carnegie Art Award

Jane Kramer, Friedrich Meschede, Lena Boethius. I Want to Be Frivolous!. Exh. cat. Gothenburg: Göteborgs Konstmuseum

Tottie, Sophie. “No Question Will Be Answered Afterwards, Either Directly Or Indirectly,” We Are All Normal (And We Want Our Freedom) – An Anthology of Contemporary Nordic Artist Writing. Helsinki /London: NIFCA/Black Dog Publishing

2001 Tottie, Sophie. “For the Vicinity of Concord”. Berlin /New York, NY: DAAD/Printed Matter

Blom, Ina. “Sophie Tottie.” in Make Me Feel. Exh. cat., art athina. Athens: Art Athina

Andersson, Fred. “Staden som minne och kuliss. Möte med Olav Christopher Jenssen och Sophie Tottie,” Stockholm: ARTES, No. 3,

2000 Wallenstein, Sven-Olov. An Anomic Archive. Exh. cat. Helsinki: Kiasma

1999 Enwezor, Okwui. Mirror’s Edge. Exh. cat. Umeå: Bildmuseet

Morgan, Jessica. Urban Visions. Exh. cat. Worcester, MA: Worcester Art Museum

Masui, Anette. “Öga mot öga,” Bildjournalen. Stockholm: Swedish Public Television

1998 Basualdo, Carlos. “Monuments Without Attributes”, Out of the North, Württembergischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart. Exh. cat. Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz

Bonami, Francesco. “The Terrorist,” Come Closer. Exh. cat. Vaduz: Liechtensteinische Staatliche Kunstsammlung

Basualdo, Carlos. “Pictures for the Chief Electrician,” Cream. London: Phaidon

1997 Morgan, Jessica. “Sophie Tottie,” Deposition. Exh. cat. Stockholm / Venice: IASPIS/La Biennale di Venezia 97

Ponce de Leon, Carolina, “Studio Visit,” TRANS, No. 3, New York, NY: TRANS

1996 Basualdo, Carlos. “The Structure of Paleness”, See What it Feels Like. Exh. cat. Malmö: Rooseum

1994 Wallenstein, Sven-Olov. “Sophie Tottie,” Médiations. Exh. cat. Stockholm: Art Node

Tottie, Sophie. “Untitled,” Artist Book. Stockholm/New York, NY: Sophie Tottie /Printed Matter

1991/1992 Olessia. “SOPHIA” (insert). Exh. cat. Moika 22, apt. 9 / Granowskaya 5, apt. 52, St. Petersburg/Moscow. Stockholm: Svenska Institutet/ Statens Kulturråd /Sveriges Bildkonstnärsfond

1992 Birnbaum, Daniel. “Våld kan vara långsamt,” Expressen, April 4, Stockholm: Expressen

1990 Tottie, Sophie. Le Territoire de l’Art, Institut des hautes études en arts plastiques. Exh. Cat. Leningrad/Paris: Institut des hautes études en arts plastiques /Musée Russe

 

Selected Reviews

Mattsson, Leif. ”Nagla fast de undflyende ögonblicken.” Omkonst, October, 7, 2014

Allgårdh, Sophie. ”Personligt opersonliga teckningar fängslar”. Svenska Dagbladet, October 1, 2014

Jönsson, Dan. “Lavin av Linjer.” Dagens Nyheter, January 12, 2012

Söderholm, Carolina. “På sin egen linje/Personligt linjespel.” Sydsvenska Dagbladet, December 5, 2011

Ronald Jones. “Sophie Tottie,”Liljevalchs konsthall, Artforum, New York, September, 2007

Kim, West. “STOCKHOLM Critics Picks; Sophie Tottie,” Liljevalchs konsthall, www.artforum.com, May, 2007

Nilsson, Håkan. “Sophie Tottie, Liljevalchs konsthall, Stockholm,” Dagens Nyheter, Sthlm, April, 2007

Hamacher, Sophie. “BERLIN Critics Picks; Galerie carlier | gebauer, www.artforum.com, Berlin, February, 2006

Zetterström, Jelena. “Upptäcktresa till verkligheten,” Sydsvenska Dagbladet, Malmö, March 1, 2005

Andersson, Fred. “Kartverk med visuell kraft och politiskt bråddjup.” Svenska Dagbladet, Sthlm, April 2, 2006

Stange, Raimar & Dave Allen. “Sophie Tottie,” carlier | gebauer, Berlin, Frieze, London, No. 76, 2003

Fechner-Smarsly, Thomas. “Berliner S-Bahn-Fries,” Frankfurter Rundschau, Frankfurt, October, 2001

Stjernstedt, Mats. “Sophie Tottie,” Flash Art, Stockholm, November–December, 1998

Ponce de Leon, Carolina, “Studio Visit,” TRANS, No. 3, New York, 1997

Frankel, David. “Sophie Tottie,” Patrick Callery, Artforum, February 1996

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