Love Enqvist’s work is concerned with how we stand in relation to one to another, how relation is constantly in flux and how individuality is inextricably bound to relation, rather than alienation or separation. His projects draw upon the process of living and the condition of life. By questioning how we live and dwell, and reflecting upon that, the everyday appears transformed, so that what is reflected is the fragmented, mysterious and often imaginary nature of being.
Love has exhibited widely, having held solo shows at Nacka konsthall. Sweden (2018), Die Raum. Berlin. Germany (2015), Varbergs Konsthall. Sweden (2015), Acme Project Space. London.UK (2015) and participated in group exhibitions at Yamakiwa Gallery, Niigata. Japan (2018), Art Rooms, Diorama Arts Centre, London (2018), OXO tower, London, UK (2017), Index-The Swedish Contemorary Art Foundation (2016), Havremagasinet Konsthall. Boden. Sweden (2015), Färgfabriken/ Maretopia. Sweden (2015), Skogen, Gothenburg. Sweden (2015).
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